There are many issues with keeping pornography in the historical record. Was anything of value lost in Pornhub’s recent massive video purge?
Preservationists have voiced their concerns about eliminating Lippold’s “Orpheus and Apollo,” one of the original pieces of public artworks at Lincoln Center, installed in 1962.
Complied from 50 years of documents, the map allows you to discover facts about structures you may walk by every day.
The demolition, which occurred overnight on January 10, came as a shock to preservation groups who had been working to save the building.
The World Monuments Fund announced the 2018 World Monuments Watch, listing 25 sites, from the hurricane-hit Caribbean to modernist architecture in India.
The Historic Districts Council included New York City’s mass grave, Hart Island, among its Six to Celebrate neighborhood preservation priorities.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation announces its 2016 list of America’s Most Endangered Places.
Historic England’s Pride of Place project aims to recognize overlooked sites of LGBTQ history and protect them as part of the country’s heritage.
The Statue of Liberty is a favorite victim of Hollywood’s climate change disaster scenarios.
A spiraling 1955 house that was considered one of the icons of 20th-century organic modernism has been destroyed.
In the 1940s, artist Isamu Noguchi experimented with a series of “lunar landscapes,” embedding lights in undulating magnesite cement. While some were freestanding sculptures, three were site-specific pieces installed in two buildings and a boat. This month, the only one of these architectural projects to survive was revealed in a U-Haul store in St. Louis, Missouri.
Prominence of name has never guaranteed the preservation of architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Park Avenue Showroom was demolished in 2013 just blocks from his iconic Guggenheim Museum, Louis Kahn’s Philadelphia commercial storefront was torn down in 2014, just a couple of years after the grand unveiling of his Four Freedoms Park in New York.