TED Book: The Future of Architecture in 100 Buildings

Through his unique position at the crossroads of architecture and social media, architect and Architizer.com founder Marc Kushner highlights 100 buildings, and the questions they seem to ask of us: How can we live smaller? Can a building breathe? With

TED Book: The Future of Architecture in 100 Buildings

Through his unique position at the crossroads of architecture and social media, architect and Architizer.com founder Marc Kushner highlights 100 buildings, and the questions they seem to ask of us: How can we live smaller? Can a building breathe? With

What If…? The Architecture and Design of David Rockwell

David Rockwell’s work is rooted in his sense of play and possibility—an endless curiosity that continually drives him to ask, “What if?” What if you could step inside a crystal goblet? What if your environment transformed with every step? What

What If…? The Architecture and Design of David Rockwell

David Rockwell’s work is rooted in his sense of play and possibility—an endless curiosity that continually drives him to ask, “What if?” What if you could step inside a crystal goblet? What if your environment transformed with every step? What

Fun and Functional | Financial Times

The exuberant designs initiated by the Memphis Group in the 1980s are back in vogue. Click here to read the full article

Fun and Functional | Financial Times

The exuberant designs initiated by the Memphis Group in the 1980s are back in vogue. Click here to read the full article

Core77 Design Daily “Printervention” Project

As project manager of Core77’s first-ever Design Daily “printervention” during NYCxDesign 2014, I got to explore new levels of sleep deprivation with an amazing team that included Studio Lin and baseHEIGHT: Digital Design and Fabrication. Click here to read more

Core77 Design Daily “Printervention” Project

As project manager of Core77’s first-ever Design Daily “printervention” during NYCxDesign 2014, I got to explore new levels of sleep deprivation with an amazing team that included Studio Lin and baseHEIGHT: Digital Design and Fabrication. Click here to read more

Thinking Inside Out | Financial Times

The line between our living rooms and our lawns is disappearing. As more furniture makers move into the outdoor market, styles traditionally associated with interiors are finding their way outside. Click here to read the full article

Thinking Inside Out | Financial Times

The line between our living rooms and our lawns is disappearing. As more furniture makers move into the outdoor market, styles traditionally associated with interiors are finding their way outside. Click here to read the full article

Selldorf Architects’ Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility | Architectural Record

Garbage is a big part of life in New York: the metropolis generates 11,000 tons of waste every 24 hours. From receptacles to bags to trucks, trash is part of the tableau of almost every street on any given day.

Selldorf Architects’ Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility | Architectural Record

Garbage is a big part of life in New York: the metropolis generates 11,000 tons of waste every 24 hours. From receptacles to bags to trucks, trash is part of the tableau of almost every street on any given day.

Newsmaker: Zoë Ryan | Architectural Record

With her appointment as curator of the second Istanbul Design Biennial, set to take place from October 18 to December 14, 2014, British-born, U.S.-based Zoë Ryan is helping shape one of the most important new design events even as she

Newsmaker: Zoë Ryan | Architectural Record

With her appointment as curator of the second Istanbul Design Biennial, set to take place from October 18 to December 14, 2014, British-born, U.S.-based Zoë Ryan is helping shape one of the most important new design events even as she

Metals in Construction | Fall 2013 Issue

Metals in Construction magazine showcases noteworthy projects that feature innovative use of steel and architectural metal in New York City’s five boroughs and Nassau and Suffolk counties. Read the Fall 2013 issue online

Metals in Construction | Fall 2013 Issue

Metals in Construction magazine showcases noteworthy projects that feature innovative use of steel and architectural metal in New York City’s five boroughs and Nassau and Suffolk counties. Read the Fall 2013 issue online

Living Cities Design Competition

Presented by Metropolis magazine and the Steel and Ornamental Metal Institutes of New York, the Living Cities design competition asks professionals and students in architecture and engineering to share their vision of multi-use residential towers for the 21st century. Click

Living Cities Design Competition

Presented by Metropolis magazine and the Steel and Ornamental Metal Institutes of New York, the Living Cities design competition asks professionals and students in architecture and engineering to share their vision of multi-use residential towers for the 21st century. Click

Contemplative Center Breaks Ground At Stanford | Architectural Record

Stanford University’s proximity to the hotbed of the California technology industry drives its students to succeed; it also may be a reminder of potential failure in a competitive world. The school’s Windhover Contemplative Center, which broke ground at the end

Contemplative Center Breaks Ground At Stanford | Architectural Record

Stanford University’s proximity to the hotbed of the California technology industry drives its students to succeed; it also may be a reminder of potential failure in a competitive world. The school’s Windhover Contemplative Center, which broke ground at the end