A few sidewalk construction sites videos, just for the show.
Wood, landscape, graphic series, … here are some art pieces I liked.
Just a few wooden projects…
When engineering and art combined make hypnotic devices.
Beauty and reality, Form and function, Dream and constraint, Art and engineering; the eternal dilemna is once again agitated by Calatrava’s creatures.
A few pictures of this beautiful building in Connecticut, by SANAA.
Panta Rhei is a meaningful art piece.
You elevate your vantage point, and all of a sudden everything gets clear.
Last Monday, Ilias Papageorgiou, from Brooklyn-based SO-IL, was presenting the Manetti Shrem museum at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal in Paris.
The Chilean architect talks at the Cooper Union to explain the design process and how to deal with form.
Take a tour of this first-of-a-kind synagogue!
A trip to nowhere at the Flashing Meadows Corona Park.
Part 1 of this series presented by the Storefront for Art and Architecture and the Met Breuer about the Sharing Movement, in space, services and technology.
Author of “City Squares: Eighteen Writers on the Spirit and Significance of Squares Around the World”, Catie Marron is at Rizzoli Bookstore with writer Michael Kimmelman to talk about her book.
Meet Jill Hubley and her many maps.
Here are a few pics and facts for you to virtually tour the building with me!
Snohetta is in the house to talk about their work and how they see architecture.
Koray Duman was invited earlier this week to talk about his work at the New York Public Library. Discover an architecture that goes beyond its boundaries.
Simple, beautiful, precise, the inspiring architecture of Annabelle Selldorf.
In the jungle of graphs, schemes, models and charts, understand better about passive building with Katrin Klingenberg, starting with the building envelope.