Museum visitors may touch, try on, and purchase clothing and accessories designed specifically for the exhibit by fashion design duo Eckhaus Latta.
Designing and Building for the World’s 65 Million Displaced People
The exhibition Insecurities takes an unorthodox approach to artists’, architects’, and designers’ attempts to alleviate the crises faced by millions of forcibly displaced persons.
Unlocking the Mysteries of Manhattan’s New Pyramid
It’s almost difficult to tell the story behind Via 57 West, the new Bjarke Ingels Group-designed residential high-rise now welcoming its first tenants on Manhattan’s west side.
Negotiating Copyright and Copy-wrong in Architecture
There is no shortage of literature on copying in architecture.
Stacked Boxes and BIG Statements in New Design for 2 World Trade Center
Bjarke Ingels revealed his proposal for 2 World Trade Center in an article for Wired on Tuesday. The final unbuilt plot at the hallowed New York City site — which had for a decade been reserved for a Norman Foster-designed scheme — may now give rise to a dramatically stepped, 1,340-foot glass tower.
The New Whitney Museum, a Machine for Looking at Art — and Being Seen Looking at Art
In 1977, Jean Baudrillard published his take on a shiny new art museum that had just opened in Paris.
The Utopian Dreams Behind the US Army’s Prefab Prison Cells
This past November, the US Army discreetly announced that it is looking to develop “a holding cell for one detainee during combat operations.”
Manhattan’s New Transit Hub Is More Panopticon Than Crystal Palace
Since its glass doors opened and its escalators sprang into motion in early November, the Fulton Center, lower Manhattan’s latest mixed-use landmark, has been described as a “jewel,” a “rare gem,” and a “Crystal Palace.”