Newsmaker Interview: Jonathan Muecke

A young designer greets visitors to this year’s Design Miami/ fair, December 3-7, with a walk-in color wheel.

A young designer greets visitors to this year’s Design Miami/ fair, December 3-7, with a walk-in color wheel.

Arata Isozaki Opposes Zaha Hadid’s Tokyo Olympics Stadium, Proposes She Downsize

Zaha Hadid reduced the size and toned down the expression of her initial design for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Stadium, but it is still garnering criticism.

Zaha Hadid reduced the size and toned down the expression of her initial design for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Stadium, but it is still garnering criticism.

Exhibition Review: ‘Thinking the Future of Auschwitz’

Russell Thomsen and Eric Kahn, partners at IDEA, were drawn to the subject of how the concentration camp in southern Poland will be experienced by future generations.

Russell Thomsen and Eric Kahn, partners at IDEA, were drawn to the subject of how the concentration camp in southern Poland will be experienced by future generations.

The Musée Picasso Reopens in Paris

Jean-Francois Bodin’s unassuming but arduous renovation of the beloved museum finally reaches completion.

Jean-Francois Bodin’s unassuming but arduous renovation of the beloved museum finally reaches completion.

After 17 Years, Piano’s Overhauled Harvard Art Museums Open

To accommodate a daunting array of competing programmatic agendas on a too-small site and survive a tortured history, Piano designed defensively, producing a design that is variously elusive, alluring, and…

To accommodate a daunting array of competing programmatic agendas on a too-small site and survive a tortured history, Piano designed defensively, producing a design that is variously elusive, alluring, and insistent.

Palm Springs Art Museum Branches Out

The museum has opened a satellite branch, focused on architecture and design, in E. Stewart Williams' 1961 Santa Fe Federal Savings & Loan building.

The museum has opened a satellite branch, focused on architecture and design, in E. Stewart Williams’ 1961 Santa Fe Federal Savings & Loan building.

The Mouse That Roared

During this season of Michael Graves, the architect's work is being celebrated in exhibitions and is the subject of a daylong symposium.

During this season of Michael Graves, the architect’s work is being celebrated in exhibitions and is the subject of a daylong symposium.

Smithsonian Unveils BIG’s Master Plan

Much of the plan, which will take decades and at least $2 billion to implement, involves invisible infrastructure improvements, plus a big (or BIG) concept: a lawn between the Smithsonian’s…

Much of the plan, which will take decades and at least $2 billion to implement, involves invisible infrastructure improvements, plus a big (or BIG) concept: a lawn between the Smithsonian’s historic Castle and Independence Avenue that curls upward at its corners.