TEN Arquitectos: Lines of Investigation
Lines of Investigation presents eighteen of TEN Arquitectos’s newest works and examines the approaches found throughout the office’s projects. These investigations collectively explore architecture as public space, as infrastructure, and as territory.
ODA NY: Low Res High Res
Low Res High Res is a behind-the-scenes look at the changing shape of New York City. It examines the forces, theories, and histories that affect our city’s form.
NYCxDESIGN Guide and Chicago Design Guide
For the annual guides to NYCxDESIGN and Chicago’s NeoCon serve as a compass to design events and shows around the two cities, highlighting notable installations, exhibitions, openings.
Studio Link Arc: XPOSITIONS
XPOSITIONS is not conceived as a monograph that focuses on one project, but carefully examines the larger ideas woven into the design of the China Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015 and explores their implications for design and global culture.
5x5 Participatory Provocations Exhibit
5x5 : Participatory Provocations is an exhibit of twenty-five architectural models by twenty-five young American architects. Five contemporary issues, each addressed by five firms.
William Breger, Pratt Institute 1946-1968
Arriving at Pratt as a Professor of Architecture in 1946, Breger rose to chair the architecture program and establish architecture as an independent school, representing all aspects of the built environment.
Nic Goldsmith: Mass To Membrane
In Mass to Membrane, Nic Goldsmith—Principal of FTL Design Engineering Studio—presents the continuing evolution of building materials, from heavy stone structures to luminous, lightweight, flexible, and environmentally responsible structures.
Playboy Architecture, 1953-1979
Playboy Architecture, 1953-1979 explores the crucial role of modern architecture—interiors, furniture, and product design—in constructing the Playboy imaginary: a universe of radical interiority and total environments that sustain the art of seduction.
NYC:10022The second edition of the NYC:10022 newsletter focuses on Spring must-sees and the latest news from the Midtown Cultural District.