Eiffel inadvertently paints its protagonist not as a great man worthy of scrutiny or praise, but as the Elon Musk of his day.
In an open letter, they alleged “a lack of honest investment” and “patterns of entitlement to Black women’s labor” plaguing the show.
Through over 400 objects, Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive at the Museum of Modern Art considers the great American architect’s career from unexpected angles.
The architects of our great landmarks are often buried beneath the humblest of tombstones, or have no marker at all.
Organized by Architects Advocate, the letter emphasizes investments in renewable energy and a commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement.
Robot dogs, humanoid giants, holograms, and laser lights. That’s what “the future” looks like, at least according to architectural renderings recently released by the United Arab Emirates for its impending Museum of the Future.
The construction of the first Frank Lloyd Wright house in the UK has been officially derailed by planning officials who just can’t see what all the fuss over Wright is about, Architect’s Journal reported.
Designer Andrea Gallo has created a series of six posters that boil iconic works of architecture down to their minimalist details. The stark, black and white posters cut out silhouettes of the buildings and zoom in, with an eye towards the key elements of famous buildings.