NEW YORK -- On Tuesday afternoon at the Metropolitan Museum in New York the architecture world, or what felt like a pretty substantial cross-section of it, gathered to remember the pioneering New York Times and Wall Street Journal architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable, who died in January...
Another bubble has popped for Richard Koshalek.
'Everything Loose Will Land' has 1970s works by Judy Chicago, Robert Irwin, Denise Scott Brown, Charles Moore and Frank Gehry, among others, and is the most opinionated of the exhibitions in the Getty L.A. architecture series 'Pacific Standard Time Presents.'
The quick look at architectural landmarks in U.S. history, including the Virginia State Capitol and Walt Disney Concert Hall, is a good conversation-starter.
The major architecture exhibition faces cancellation now that its central focus is no longer part of the show.
Director Michael Govan turns to Swiss architect Peter Zumthor for a dramatic new building that would involve demolishing the main museum campus.
A gigantic glass dome would dominate the proposed $300-million facility by architects Renzo Piano and Zoltan Pali attached to the May Co. building on Wilshire Boulevard.
Paolo Soleri, a former apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright, brought his vision of ecologically sensitive urban living to the Arizona desert four decades ago. Arcosanti never exactly flourished, but Soleri's emphasis on denser, vertical settlements is echoed in today's green architecture.