American presidents and New York City have always had a special bond
The Tony Award-winning New York architect and designer talks to Curbed
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A tech writer and housing policy advocate talks to us about race, class, and the region’s entrenched housing inequality.
Gibbons talks to us about her famous boss, her career trajectory, and being a black woman in an often racially-exclusive industry.
Curbed’s Urbanism Editor talks living in L.A. car-free and advocating for dense, transit-friendly cities
Amy Auscherman has the job design nerds dream of: archivist for furniture powerhouse Herman Miller. Amy joins the Appeal hosts to chat about what an archivist does, why the company needs one, and how the notoriously careful set designers of Mad Men once got it wrong.
Phil Freelon, one of the project’s lead architects, talks to Curbed about designing both a building and a symbol
The acclaimed mind behind "Helvetica" talks to Curbed about virtual reality in documentary cinema, post-Olympics infrastructure, and how his first feature-length film made typeface lovers out of laypeople.
Architect/author/professor Vishaan Chakrabarti is, despite everything, optimistic.
The founders of online magazine Sight Unseen, Jill Singer and Monica Khemsurov, tell us about OFFSITE
This week's podcast guest is Brent Buck of Buck Projects.
In this week's episode of The Curbed Appeal, we're talking home tech.
In this week's podcast episode, we sit down with Curbed architecture critic Alexandra Lange to talk about how much we should trust architectural renderings. (It's not much.)
If you're not following Los Angeles-based Justina Blakeney—designer of interiors, textiles, wallpaper and more—on Instagram, you're missing out.
Our first episode features guest Daniel Libeskind, the architect famous for master planning the new World Trade Center site in New York City, designing the Jewish Museum in Berlin, and many more projects.