Before her new Villa Walala exhibit opened in London, Curbed talked to the muralist and designer about her own creative epiphany.
Though it’s titled "OOPS," a new show of furniture and objects by French interior architect and designer Pierre Yovanovitch has a studied, Surrealist verve.
It’s the latest by artist and designer Camille Walala.
A Zaha Hadid Architects associate organized the event during London Architecture Festival.
The annual architecture folly this year takes its rounded form from the baobab tree.
Here’s everything we ogled and coveted during the monthlong extravaganza.
Even at 87, Kusama, who has been living in a psychiatric hospital in Tokyo since 1977, continues to make stellar artwork.
Curators Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee talk to Curbed about their ambitions for the biennial’s sophomore iteration.
In newly released photographs, French lensmith Julien Lanoo captures the beauty and versatility of bamboo as it was explored in the inaugural bamboo biennial in 2016.
This one’s for all sci-fi lovers out there: Now you can now live out the ending scene of 2001: A Space Odyssey in a new Los Angeles exhibition that recreates the film’s iconic bedroom.
Artist Doug Aitken’s "Mirage"—a low, mirror-clad house inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s residences—is in the Coachella Valley’s Desert X outdoor art show.
A retrospective of the work of David Hockney, up now at London’s Tate Britain, inspired this trailer created for the museum by animator Thomas Harnett O’Meara.
Grafton Architects, the firm that last year won the first-ever Royal Institute of British Architects International Prize, will curate the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, the organization announced yesterday.
The Vitra exhibition, entitled "The Brutalist Playground," will run from Saturday, January 14 to Sunday, April 16, 2017.
Diller Scofidio + Renfro creates a technology-forward exhibition about French architect Pierre Chareau’s seminal 1930s Maison de Verre.
This year’s theme is "Co-Dividual: Split and Connect/Separate and Come Together" and addresses the question of how to bring individuals, urban and rural areas, and fragmented technologies together through housing.
A new exhibition explores the layering of German and Turkish architecture in 132 homes built by Turkish workers after returning from Germany.
The Museum of Modern Art in New York will tackle the issue of the growing global migration and refugee crisis in a new fall exhibition, the museum recently announced.
For this year's Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute exhibition, Manus X Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology, OMA New York created "ghost cathedrals" to showcase some of the most exquisite pieces that marry handmade and machine-made techniques. Here's a closer look.