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.

RECORD’s Innovation Conference Lands in L.A.

Architectural Record’s first Innovation Conference outside of New York City was aptly held in Los Angeles, a city known for blurring boundaries between urbanism, architecture, and the landscape.

Editors’ Picks 2014: Highlights from ICFF and Various New York Design Shows

RECORD editors name their favorite products shown at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair and elsewhere in New York last weekend.

Motorcycle Tour with Brad Cloepfil and Home-cooked Dinner with Paola Antonelli Among Offerings in Van Alen Institute Auction

For its current online auction, the Van Alen institute, a New York City-based nonprofit that promotes public architecture, has assembled an unusually savvy list of 30 "design experiences" with prominent figures.

Farnsworth House Could Soon Get a Lift

Plans to protect Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House by placing it on a hydraulic lift that can be deployed in case of flooding are proceeding at a rate that has taken even the plans’ supporters by surprise.

First Look: Chrysler Museum of Art

Situated prominently at the eastern end of The Hague, a crescent-shaped inlet that feeds into the Elizabeth River as it passes through Norfolk, Virginia, the Chrysler Museum of Art’s newly renovated and expanded Italianate pile opened to the public again last week after 17 months of construction.

Karim Rashid Brings Kool-Aid Colors and Curves to Manhattan Condo Buildings

At 53, Rashid is best known for designing household products. But now his wish to design buildings has been granted. Among his current projects are four Manhattan condo buildings, the first of which is already under construction.

First Look: National September 11 Memorial Museum

The Rising: A museum devoted to a traumatic event provides space for soaring emotions as it descends to bedrock.

Architects, Watch Your Backs

When a client modified a hard-won feature of one of his buildings, Antoine Predock took to Facebook to protest.

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