From New Haven to Senegal and Shanghai, female architects — many running their own firms — are invigorating the design of buildings and cities.
The sprawling, $1 billion showcase in Saudi Arabia was inspired by the geometries found in honeycombs and soap bubbles.
Tatiana Bilbao brings empathy to the task of designing low-cost housing, overturning convention as a result
The museum has rearranged its permanent-collection galleries to showcase art from Iran, Iraq and Sudan, whose citizens are being denied entry to the United States.
Down comes works by Picasso and Matisse. Up goes art by Zaha Hadid, Ibrahim el-Salahi, and Iranian artists, affirming “ideals of welcome and freedom.”
Remembering outsize cultural figures who died in 2016 through a sampling of their bon mots, song lyrics and more.
Mr. Schumacher advocated a market-based, gentrifying approach to housing that would effectively displace working-class, lower-income, residents from city centers.
Ms. Hadid’s posthumous architectural career promises to deliver nearly 50 more structures, as many as were created in her lifetime.
An exhibit in London inspired by the approach of the architect, who died in March, considers how fashion and design are affected by technologies and collaborations.