The Arc was designed for exploring the Svalbard Global Seed Vault and Arctic World Archive.
Curated by MASS Design Group, Fringe Cities dissects the harmful legacy of urban renewal.
Arcadia Earth is an immersive installation that tells the plight of the planet in the form of 15 photo-ready rooms.
A new Noguchi Museum exhibition gets is one step closer to being inside the designer’s visionary landscape.
The Japanese art collective uses projection mapping to create otherworldly experiences.
In an exclusive series of short films, take a sneak peek at what the five Miller Prize winners have got planned for this year’s exhibition.
The billowing rock canopy has been brought to life—albeit with a few fabrication concessions along the way.
The exhibition features 15 projects from nine countries, all sharing different solutions for making cities more amenable to cyclists.
On view through September, the show is the largest exhibition ever put on at the New York Botanical Garden— and the first to display an entire outdoor garden.
Curbed’s editor-in-chief shares intel from Milan Design Week and predictions for this month’s design festivities in New York City.
According to the MoMA team, even for Judd aficionados there will be plenty of unseen Judd to ogle.
To help design nerds keep up with all that’s happening this year, we’ve rounded up the most exciting Bauhaus shows on the calendar so far.
Set in NYC’s new Hudson Yards megaproject, the venue will be home to three installations a year beginning with "Lost and Found," a highly photogenic ode to materials and perspectives.
"From Avant-Garde to Industry" spotlights Anton Lorenz, the man behind the steel tube aesthetic.
The Road Ahead, a new Cooper Hewitt exhibition, frames conversations around equity, street design, UX, freight, and more.
The exhibition spans her long career and includes pieces from her various explorations with form and material.
"Between Two Worlds" explores some 157 drawings and prints Escher made between 1916 and 1968.
The fair, which ran in the Japanese capital earlier this fall, highlighted local design—without a critical element.
The student-led exhibition hopes to start a conversation about gender dynamics in the field of architecture.
The pavilion’s crowded playground acts as a metaphor for cooperation and coordination on a global scale.
The pavilion’s group exhibition, "Dimensions of Citizenship" is a dense and comprehensive show.
"March On," a new exhibition at the Storefront for Art & Architecture, dives into the history of marching bands in African American culture.
Now on view at New York’s Museum of Arts and Design, "Derrick Adams: Sanctuary" investigates the book as both an artifact of Jim Crow America and as a constructive force against racism.
In Santa Fe, an art collective has created an "undocumentable" place. Designers: take note.
Two new exhibitions at NYC’s Friedman Benda gallery focus on architect-designed furniture, featuring both 20th-century masters and emerging firms of today.
New York design studio Bureau V and MINI LIVING’s Urban Cabin program team up on a concept cabin.