Polychrome becomes the 66-year-old Le Corbusier, captured in photographs that haven’t been published since 1954.
Why does a power strip need to be a strip?
Neil Denari has cinched a commission to build a 100,000-square-foot harbor terminal.
Is this what June 27 looked like to you?
Emerging London architects, Studio Weave, install audio art on an 18th century estate outside of Derby, England.
If you’re in the market for a couple million glass tubes, Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello know a guy.
Where other signs use blinding LEDs to make their point, this art installation uses nothing but deep blacks.
Tatzu Nishi’s much-anticipated installation, Discovering Columbus, opens this week, inviting the public to get up close and personal with a statue of Christopher Columbus.
A celebration, of sorts, for logos created for AT&T, Pan Am, and Kodak, by legends like Paul Rand, Saul Bass, and Lance Wyman.
Dyson releases new products with such steadiness that it can seem almost gratuitous. But there’s a method to the madness.
Today, the booksellers unveiled their newly redesigned e-reader tablet: the Nook HD and HD+.