Timed ticketing could allow for both access and social distancing.
Our national addiction to drama extends to million- and billion-dollar projects that will shape the waterfront for the next 50-plus years
Critic Alexandra Lange's incisive, observant, curious, human- and street-friendly architecture column for Curbed.
The cold is not the problem, it’s the way we are looking at it. Here’s how to make art of winter.
Let’s organize the city outside our front door with as much care as we do our homes.
The Eameses weren’t the only postwar couple designing glassy houses, patenting simplified chairs, and rethinking modern living.
"A child must feel he has an effect on his environment. If they cannot create, they must destroy."
We shouldn’t abandon the cities we have for some amenities in the clouds.
How we get from coveting midcentury things to the Internet of Things.
Renovation is always a better use of resources than demolition and replacement
It’s not that bricks and mortar is out of fashion; bad customer experience is out of fashion.
Critics Alexandra Lange and Mark Lamster weigh in on a year in design.
Sometimes it seems like there is nowhere for teens to be. Here’s what they are doing about it.
Harry Weese designed DC’s famously Brutalist metro system—with a little constructive criticism from Gordon Bunshaft, Aline Saarinen, and Hideo Sasaki.
Alexandra Lange visits the new Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island, a $2 billion investment bringing high-profile architects—and a bevy of public space—to a neighborhood apart.
The expansion will include an underground parking garage, renovations of its existing buildings, and new education facilities and offices.