by Andrew Stone | posted 11:05 am
Here, we ask Caan—the Otis College of Art and Design’s 2013 Donghia Designer in Residence—about trend, the significance of today’s design challenges, and the inner workings of her very own “United Nations.”
by Matthew Powell | posted 11:55 am
This year’s Beaux Arts Ball raised over $100,000 for the Architectural League of New York’s many programs supporting local architecture, design, and urban planning.
by Staff | posted 12:25 pm
Interior Design has revealed the honorees at its upcoming 29th annual Hall of Fame Awards.
by Staff | posted 9:00 am
From 14-22 September, London Design Week witnessed unprecedented attendance as visitors to the 11th edition enjoyed over 300 events across the capital.
by Edie Cohen | posted 2:15 pm
When it opens in 2014, The Broad museum will join Frank Gehry’s Disney Hall on Grand Avenue, a prime corridor of increasingly vibrant downtown Los Angeles.
by Staff | posted 1:13 pm
Interior Design gathered 160 members of the design industry last week at New York’s D&D Building to celebrate the extraordinary Makers Collection from Pollack.
by Meghan Edwards | posted 10:53 am
Switzerland-based furniture manufacturer Vitra has acquired Artek from privately held investment company Proventus.
by Mike Zimmerman | posted 11:04 am
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) have co-published a new report titled “Deep Energy Retrofits: An Emerging Opportunity” showing that simple and inexpensive green renovations can deliver a massive payoff in cost-savings.
by Matthew Powell | posted 10:00 am
Industrial designer and artist Charles Pollock died in the early hours of August 20 in a fire in his apartment and studio in Queens, New York. He was 83.
by Katie Bone | posted 9:30 am
Richard Meier and Partners has broken ground on the firm’s first project in South Korea, the HH Resort Hotel and Spa in the town of Gangneung.