Frank Gehry: The Musical

Dancing architectural models channel "West Side Story" as a group of artists pay homage to the architect in an unusual exhibition.
 

Newsmaker: Scott Rothkopf

Museum curators tend to stay behind the scenes, especially when high-profile artists are involved. But the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Jeff Koons retrospective, which runs through October 19, has been so lavishly praised that its curator, Scott Rothkopf, couldn’t stay out of the spotlight if he tried.
 

Task Force to Clarify Reporting on Hazmats and Alternatives

With support from the U.S. Green Building Council, four major green-manufacturing organizations are striving to simplify the process of assessing and reporting materials' effects on human and environmental health.
 

Phoenix International Media Center, Designed by BIAD

PhoenixMediaCenter-BIAD-Courtyard_HERO.jpg The latest icon in Beijing is the headquarters of China’s largest private broadcaster—and it wasn’t designed by a foreign architect.
 

AECOM’s $6 Billion Offer for URS Keeps the Company Whole

Four months after URS agreed to an activist investor's demand for a reshaped board and new strategic options to boost its share price, the firm is set to be acquired by AECOM. The deal, worth about $6 billion in cash, stock, and assumed debt, would keep URS intact.
 

Rudolph on the Market

Two of Paul Rudolph's houses are for sale, and they may be joined by his Orange County Government Center.
 

Obituary: Mario Coyula Cowley, 1935-2014

The celebrated Cuban architect and urban planner Mario Coyula Cowley died in Havana on July 7, after a long battle with cancer. He was 79 years old.
 

Edward P. Evans Hall, Designed by Foster + Partners

YALE-School-of-Management_Exterior_HERO.jpg Norman Foster studied under Paul Rudolph at Yale, but his School of Management building on the university’s New Haven campus takes a different tack.
 

First Look: BIG’s ‘BIG Maze’ at the National Building Museum

Bjarke Ingels and his team designed the maze to engage all three dimensions, so that museumgoers can see and enjoy the plan from inside its maple plywood walls as well as from the galleries above.
 

In Tokyo, Protestors Don’t Want 1964 Olympics Stadium Replaced by Zaha Hadid’s

In preparation for hosting the games again in 2020, the vintage structure is being readied for demolition. But a collection of architects and lay people alike are hoping to convince the Japan Sport Council to do otherwise.
 



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