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Stephen Colbert Celebrates Sweden and Finland Applying to Join NATO
Colbert called the move “good news” based on it being “bad news for Russia.”
New Exhibition at the Danish Architecture Center Celebrates Women in...
Danish Architecture Center Exhibition. Image © Laura Stamer The Danish Architecture Center has opened its latest exhibition titled "Women in Architecture", which showcases the...
Morland Mixité Capitale / David Chipperfield Architects + CALQ
David Chipperfield Architects Location: 17 Bd Morland, 75004 Paris, France Project Year: 2022 Photographs: Simon Menges Area: 63500.0 m2
Minimalist Windows: Erasing the Boundary Between Indoors and Outdoors
Pivoting window in Faruz House / Pitsou Kedem Architects. Image © Amit Geron Like a beautiful painting, windows showcase interiors and frame landscapes that connect users to...
Sketching in Henk's meadow
Sketching in Henk's meadow. Doetinchem.
The Beauty of Simplicity: Getting to Know the Work of Lins Arquitetos Associados
Juizado Especial Cível e Criminal de Unileão / Lins Arquitetos Associados. Image © Joana França The hammock swaying on the balcony, the sunlight passing through the pierced...
Google's Bay View Campus Designed by BIG and Heatherwick Studio Opens in...
© Iwan Baan Google's first ground-up campus, designed by BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group and Heatherwick Studios in collaboration with Google 's design and engineering teams, opened...
‘Bros' Is a Rom-Com That's True to 21st-Century Gay Life
Billy Eichner and the “Bros” team made news by casting queer actors, but they also focused on writing a story that didn't recycle straight tropes.
The Twisting Trail to the Tonys: ‘Can You Believe That We're Here?'
At times it felt like a game of survival. But during a Broadway season unlike any other, productions showed their resourcefulness while learning how to live with Covid.
Eileen Myles Watches Over an Ever-Changing New York
Now guarding trees in Lower Manhattan, the poet and author of “Chelsea Girls” says: “Things that might have once been corny to me don't feel corny anymore.”