A show at New York’s R & Company turns its lens on the radicalism of a 1960s Italian design movement
A Zaha Hadid Architects associate organized the event during London Architecture Festival.
As Milan’s Design Week diverges from its origins as a furniture fair, transforming into a full-fledged platform for innovation, technological advancements increasingly play an important role.
Decq, often described as a rebel or radical, talks to Curbed about her influences, love of steel, and the "strategic war" of being a woman in a male-dominated industry.
Fifty years ago, a ferociously anti-design, anti-dolce vita force came into being in the halls of the architecture department of the University of Florence.
In today’s unstable environmental, social, and political climate, can architects play a role in creating a more equal society? Organizers of the World Architecture Festival, held last week in Berlin, Germany, seem to think so.
An exhibition, "Garden City, Mega City," open until September 4th at the Skyscraper Museum in New York City, showcases a dozen projects featuring WOHA’s commitment to city re-greening.
One in every 122 people worldwide is displaced. How can architects help without causing harm?
At this year's Salone del Mobile, the brand ClassiCon unveiled a series of limited-edition pieces by German industrial designer Konstantin Grcic in honor of their 25-year collaboration.
Creating the sets for Danish design company HAY for the past five years has been Clara von Zweigbergk and Shane Schneck's most formative collaborative endeavor, they say. The duo has also directed and designed photo art for the company's catalogues.