Story-Telling with GWWO Architects
From Wyoming, WRJ's 'Natural Elegance'
Hans Hofmann: The Nature of Abstraction
A Château and Gardens Inspired by Nature
Fatimah Tuggar Uses Technology as Media
Tom Phifer's Glenstone, by Paul Clemence
Dreadys on Display in Cayman Gallery
In France, wHY's 'Float Flutter Flow'
A Deep Time Exhibit at the Smithsonian
Caroline Beaupère's Liliane Collection
A New Vision for San Diego's Waterfront
2019 George Matsumoto Prize-Winners
Fine Italian Leather from Poltrona Frau
In Bellingham, a Radiant 'Acid Ball'
Memorial Design on the U.Va. Grounds
How Höweler + Yoon Prevailed at U.Va.
At U.Va., a Memorial to Enslaved Laborers
A House for Privacy, by Arielle Schechter
Patrick Dougherty: 'A Passing Fancy'
Master Architect Philip Freelon (1953-2019)
Once they’ve been scratched, smashed, dented and abused, what’s to be done with skateboards too damaged...
Yale-educated George Nelson (1908-86) was a thinker and a doer, an architect and a designer, and a writer...
Daniel Lyman is a thoughtful undergrad at the University of Utah’s school of architecture who’s found...
I went to see Oak Alley plantation in St James Parish, Louisiana, because of its shadows. An architect...
Lesley Pennington is a Canadian who’s been living in Sweden for the past 15 years.
Because the Swedes...
The new hotel at Hollywood and Vine takes its name from a play on words inspired by the musical spirit...
Frank Castellucio is a self-taught sculptor whose work in clay and bronze explores the cycles of life.
Herman Miller, long known for its collaborations with modernists Charles and Ray Eames as well as Eero...
Only eight seats remain for the June 18 tour of Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest.
Architects + Artisans...
By Frank Harmon, FAIA
Few building forms are more familiar than the one-story gabled roof. The earliest...