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Koolhaas Takes Manhattan
New York has had a way of loudly excluding or being excluded by deserving people.
Marina Plus Rem, in Upstate New York
Hudson, New York, is a small community nestled into its namesake river valley about 100 miles north of Manhattan.
Films for Design Aficionados
In conjunction with TechnoCRAFT, an exhibition at San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts that explores the fading...
Shelved By Color
I went to the Dwell bookcase today to look for the tome Mutations by Rem Koolhaas and others.
Three Starchitects for the Price of One at the Leeum
The rather poorly named Leeum Samsung Museum of Art (an unfortunate collision of “Lee”, surname of the Samsung family who...
Sound Design
Years ago, the Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas won a design competition for an addition to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art...
Cultivating Appreciation
Sixty years ago it was Mies, Alvar, and Lou. Today it’s Zaha, Rem, and Renzo.
Metabolism Talks The Talk
Last night the New York Public Library hosted a sold-out talk between pioneering contemporary architect Rem Koolhaas and curator...
Bigger is Better
Welcome to the era of the megacity.
Dreamland: Architectural Experiments since the 1970s
The first scenes of Woody Allen's Manhattan capture it: ambitious dreams and New York are synonymous, and buildings are the...
Showcase of Architectural Drawings at Venice Architecture Biennale
100 drawings by Daniel Libeskind, screen-printed on glass panels, fill the Venice Pavilion.
Early Drawings by Famous Architects
Early architectural drawings showcase established architects' creative explorations on paper.
Maggie’s Centres: A Blueprint for Cancer Care
A striking set of designs for patient treatment centers showcases architecture’s power to heal.
Australia's Black Granite Box at Venice Architecture Biennale
An uncannily simple white cube gallery space wrapped in black granite comes to the Australian pavilion of the Venice Architecture...
Take Four: Well Designed Shoes
Take Four will be a semi-regular look at four things that follow a trend. First up: designer shoes.
U.S. Pavilion Pushes Boundaries of the Venice Architecture Biennale
The curators of the U.S. Pavilion bring a working architectural office to the Venice Architecture Biennale.
"Quake" Exhibit Explores Intersection of Architecture and Engineering
A New York exhibition explores where architecture and engineering meet to design for earthquake zones.
Snøhetta Chosen to Design Le Monde's Headquarters in Paris
The "evolution of media" and the relationship with the reader are themes.
Natasha Jen
Pentagram’s newest partner adopts a spatial approach to graphic design and building brand identities that go way beyond logos.
The New Zealand Native That's Taking Over Rotterdam
The sleek lighting designs of Sabine Marcelis are capturing the attention of fashion houses and architecture firms alike.