British architect Jack Munro tests a gruesome and ingenious building material.
Mars HwaSung Yoo created a sweet seat that’s a bit like a vertical hammock.
No, you can’t fly any of them.
The first gallery show of Gerrit Rietveld’s work in two decades paints the much-worshipped designer in an accessible light.
Is it even possible to fully map Warhol’s influence? The Met’s curators attempt the Sisyphean task this fall, with an exhibition that ties together 150 works spanning 50 years.
This isn’t the story as Walter Isaacson told it. Then again, maybe it is.
Rockmelt wants to change the way we surf the web on our iPads, by actually giving us stuff to surf.
The European Prize for Architecture honors Norway’s TYIN Tegnestue, who specialize in locally sourced, locally built projects in the developing world.
Mitt sticks and moves, while Obama swings slow and hard.
How much do you think BP spent on its latest rebranding? You probably don’t want to know.