Mike Kelley’s ‘Mobile Homestead’ Rolls Into Los Angeles

This is the mobile home’s first journey outside of Detroit, coinciding with a larger retrospective of the influential artist's work at the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles.

Andrew Geller’s Double Diamonds Get a New Setting

COOKFOX Architects moved and restored the Pearlroth House, a box-kite-like icon of midcentury modernism.

Exhibition Review: Norwegian Icons

Norwegian Icons introduces a neglected design genre.

Mackintosh as Muse

Steven Holl, architect of the Seona Reid Building at the Glasgow School of Art, reflects on the magic of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's 1909 masterpiece in the wake of a devastating May 23 fire.

Graphic Designer Massimo Vignelli Dies

Richard Meier, Peter Eisenman, and Paola Antonelli pay tribute to their collaborator and mentor.

Newsmaker: Marc Norman

Marc Norman has been the director of UPSTATE: A Center for Design, Research, and Real Estate at the Syracuse University School of Architecture since 2012.

Newsmaker: Lynn Richards

Richards, who spent 14 years working for the Environmental Protection Agency, officially takes over as president of the Congress for the New Urbanism on July 1.

First Look: Governors Island

The Rotterdam-based firm West 8 has transformed 30 acres on Governors Island into parkland.

Film Review: ’16 Acres’

Filmmaker Richard Hankin hones in on the super-sized, New York real estate fight that has surrounded the rebuilding of Ground Zero.

Exhibition Review: ‘Architecture + Photography’ at the Carnegie Museum of Art

Architecture has been an irresistible subject for photographers since the birth of the medium, and like buildings themselves, architectural photography can be different things to different people—a malleability explored in an excellent exhibition on view at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh through May 26.

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