The Collaborative Legacy of Merce Cunningham
A rich look at an unrecognized architectural genre: the diverse collaborations between major choreographers and eminent architects.
Spatial Intelligence: New Futures for Architecture
Can buildings make us happy? Our reviewer assesses a new book by Leon van Schaik.
The radical reformers who sought to redesign the American bathroom, and the inhibitions and taboos that got in the way.
The Flexible Heart of the Home
Issues of gender, disability, and user-centeredness have long been relegated to the margins of design history. A new look at postwar home economics complicates the prevailing narratives.
Closets are not just for storage. They are also active, generative spaces where media are made and knowledges born.
A Cloud on a Lake
How does the building relate to its site? Considering the relation between humans and nature, from the Blur Building to Hiroshi Sugimoto’s seascapes to Mark Rothko’s late works.