In Memoriam: Ada Louise Huxtable
We were very saddened to learn that the great architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable passed away Monday, January 7th, 2012.
Ada Louise Huxtable
The New York Times recently featured a refreshing interview with Ada Louise Huxtable, the doyenne of architecture critics, by...
Reading Ada Louise Huxtable
I picked up this copy of Kicked a Building Lately? by the onetime New York Times architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable while on...
Ardor for Ada
When putting together a room, it's easy to lapse into the "Everything-must-be-a-showpiece" mentality, and though that can...
Interior Design and the ADA
Our story begins in Saudi Arabia in the 1950s.
Ada = Architecture in New York
Ada Louise Huxtable is the doyenne of architecture criticism in New York, if not the world: as architecture critic at the New...
Designer Louise Campbell Featured at Imm Cologne
This year’s Das Haus – imm Cologne’s dreamy event featuring one international designer’s visionary house installation – will be...
Philip Kennicott Wins Pulitzer Prize
In mid-April, 2013, Washington Post columnist Philip Kennicott won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism.
Critics Love Critics
The Pulitzer Prizes were announced this week, with the prize for commentary going to Sarah Kaufman, a dance writer, of the...
Wright Auctions Off Items from the Seagram Building's Four Seasons
Going, going, gone: Today, Manhattan's legendary Four Seasons restaurant auctions off its holdings with Wright, in preparation...
The Donald Irish Residence
The Donald Irish Residence In one of a number of oral history interviews to be found in the Alden B. Dow Home & Studio Archives,...
Fashion's Night Out: Dinosaur Designs
In their light-filled studio in Sydney Australia’s Strawberry Hills, Louise Olsen and Steve Ormandy fashion resin destined for...
Linear City
Designers everywhere are eyeing the Interstate Highway system's bounteous and boundless real estate with ideas from tiny turbines...
Blair Kamin, on Criticism
Blair Kamin is a Pulitzer Prize–winning architecture critic from a town blessed with some of the best buildings in the world.
Snuck Farm
A modern structure that celebrates rural simplicity and sustainability.
World’s Fair Pavilion: Restoring the Tent of Tomorrow
Matthew Silva’s documentary on New York's World's Fair Pavilion is focused on getting a forgotten modernist structure restored.
Village People
Amidst the pedestrian-friendly maze of leafy streets in New York City’s West Village, LOT-EK, a firm whose designs focus on the...
Q&A with Artspace Founder
If the "Introduction to Art Collecting" story in our December/January 2011 issue whet your appetite for art acquisition—or if you...
Highly Accessible
Having lived in, and loved, a modern house built in 1954 in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood since buying it in 1996, architect...
Explore the World of Shipping Container Design With a New Architectural Book
Featuring built, unbuilt, and in-progress projects, the new monograph on architectural studio LOT-EK offers an in-depth look at...

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