All you need to know about Drama

Our new David Rockwell book focuses on the thrilling intersection of architecture and performance

All you need to know about Drama

All you need to know about Living in Nature

Our new book features a breathtaking collection of contemporary homes designed to foster a connection with the essential elements of landscape

All you need to know about Living in Nature

The enduring power of Martin Luther King

On Martin Luther King Day, we look at how Dr King’s work is remembered and celebrated in art, architecture and text

The enduring power of Martin Luther King

All you need to know about Architizer: The World's Best Architecture 2020

See the greatest new buildings from 2020 and learn where the architecture world is taking us

All you need to know about Architizer: The World's Best Architecture 2020

All you need to know about Radical Architecture of the Future

Beatrice Galilee’s revolutionary survey looks towards tomorrow’s built environment via today’s most exciting architectural projects

All you need to know about Radical Architecture of the Future


Watch David Adjaye, Michael Bierut and Spencer Bailey talk about contemporary memorials

The architect, designer and author got together yesterday to discuss all aspects of Bailey's new book, In Memory Of

Watch David Adjaye, Michael Bierut and Spencer Bailey talk about contemporary memorials

RIBA winner Sir David Adjaye on the future of memorials

Following the announcement that the architect is to receive RIBA’s Royal Gold Medal, British architecture’s highest honour, we share some of his thoughts from our new book In Memory Of: Designing Contemporary Memorials

RIBA winner Sir David Adjaye on the future of memorials

Join Jeanne Gang and Jane Hall at RIBA this Monday!

The Studio Gang founder is in conversation with Breaking Ground author Jane Hall and you're invited

Join Jeanne Gang and Jane Hall at RIBA this Monday!

Philip Johnson’s religious side

Our new book highlights the American architect’s surprising enthusiasm for houses of worship

Philip Johnson’s religious side

All you need to know about In Memory Of: Designing Contemporary Memorials

Our new book looks at some of the most beautiful, moving and thoughtful memorials of the past four decades

All you need to know about In Memory Of: Designing Contemporary Memorials

Studio Gang win big at the Architizer A+ Awards

The Chicago practice receives four awards for three of its innovative new buildings

Studio Gang win big at the Architizer A+ Awards

When Philip Johnson joined the protest marchers

In 1963 the great American modernist took to the streets of New York, becoming an unlikely voice against the destruction of a Beaux-Arts landmark

When Philip Johnson joined the protest marchers

Brutalism catches up with the Kardashians

'I’ve finally made it,' says This Brutal World’s author, as he spies his book in Kylie Jenner’s home

Brutalism catches up with the Kardashians

Ready for retail therapy again? Peter Marino's new Dior store in Paris is a beautiful place to start!

The architect and collector has overseen Dior’s huge new, art-filled retail space on rue Saint-Honoré in the French capital

Ready for retail therapy again? Peter Marino's new Dior store in Paris is a beautiful place to start!

How Philip Johnson looked back, as well as forward

Take a look at the other New Canaan house that proves the acclaimed architect was more than a Mies-inspired Modernist

How Philip Johnson looked back, as well as forward

The motherly ambition that spurred on Philip Johnson

Philip was the vehicle for achieving his mother’s cultural aspirations, and she poured all of her knowledge and energy into his intellectual formation

The motherly ambition that spurred on Philip Johnson

The New York restaurant where Philip Johnson held court

Did Johnson’s gossipy nature, often indulged at the Four Seasons restaurant help improve architecture in America?

The New York restaurant where Philip Johnson held court

'My job was to go treasure hunting!' Author Ian Volner on his revealing Philip Johnson visual biography

On Johnson’s birthday, the author of Philip Johnson: A Visual Biography discusses his new publication with Hilary Lewis, Chief Curator and Creative Director of The Glass House

'My job was to go treasure hunting!' Author Ian Volner on his revealing Philip Johnson visual biography

John Pawson's Lockdown Life

Britain's best minimalist is loving the long hair and not shaving - and he's been working on some very cool furniture and objects in the last few weeks

John Pawson's Lockdown Life

Watch Jeanne Gang talk about the Flow in her buildings

Learn how she makes smooth geometries work together to make visitor movements poetry in motion

Watch Jeanne Gang talk about the Flow in her buildings

Watch Jeanne Gang talk about the rhythm in her buildings

Architecture is an unmoving, monumental art, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have rhythm. Watch as the acclaimed architect draws your attention to the sun patterns moving across the face of her buildings

Watch Jeanne Gang talk about the rhythm in her buildings


Philip Johnson and Friends: Andy Warhol

“It was joked about Andy that he would ‘attend the opening of an envelope’ — and so might Philip, if only the name on the envelope were interesting enough"

Philip Johnson and Friends: Andy Warhol

Philip Johnson and friends: Alfred Barr

The inaugural MoMA director shaped Johnson’s tastes - the architect repaid him by donating paintings by Paul Klee, Willem de Kooning, Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol to the museum

Philip Johnson and friends: Alfred Barr

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