Once a formidable critic and teacher, and now largely forgotten, Sibyl Moholy-Nagy deserves new attention.
Hollywood’s onscreen professional worlds are populated largely by white men, and one of the whitest and most masculine of these worlds is architecture.
Happy Furniture in the Eames Era
What does the filmmaking of Charles and Ray Eames tell us about happiness in postwar America — and in our own age of informatic abundance?
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.