It was a bright April day of prodigious heat in Mumbai, India, with the monsoon still weeks away, and I wondered if the 54-year-old architect enjoyed … [Read more...] about This Is an Indian House, According to One Architect
The New York Times' Alexandra Lange wonders if the app can help expand our love of the designed world and incite our curiosity or it can turn us into … [Read more...] about Opinion: Is Instagram Ruining Architecture?
The search for immortality has always been a subtext of architecture. From the pyramids, thought to have been designed as massive stairways so the soul of … [Read more...] about Could Architecture Help You Live Forever?
Rem Koolhaas’s architecture firm OMA has become known for repurposing buildings and championing preservation combined with innovation, from … [Read more...] about A Newer New Museum Is Coming, With Twice as Much Space
Housing is one area of American life where government really is the problem. The United States is suffering from an acute shortage of … [Read more...] about Americans Need More Neighbors
In Los Angeles, where even houses get their proverbial close-ups as TV or movie locations, a property’s appeal can crest on its IMDb credits alone.But … [Read more...] about John Sowden House in Los Angeles is now being revived
Early next year, after a nearly $170 million redevelopment, Paris’s 130-year-old Bourse de Commerce will reopen as a contemporary art museum. Unlike the … [Read more...] about Sneak Peek into Paris’ Newest Museum
Seven months ago, I came forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against the architect Richard Meier. I shared my experience as a 21-year-old woman … [Read more...] about Why Doesn’t Architecture Care About Sexual Harassment?