New York Times - Architecture

News about architecture. Commentary and archival information about architecture from The New York Times.
  1. Architects and Designers Reinterpret a Prada Classic: Nylon

    Rem Koolhaas and Herzog & de Meuron, among others, collaborated with the house to produce pieces in the material for the fall men’s show.
  2. Review: ‘Tall’ Is a Little Movie About How Buildings Got So Big

    The competing legacies of two pioneering Chicago architects frame a documentary’s exploration of the modern American cityscape.
  3. When Wall Street Was Unoccupied

    At the Skyscraper Museum, a reminder of how Lower Manhattan was recast in the 1990s as a residential and cultural destination.
  4. Modernizing a Southern Home Without Losing Its Charm

    Inside an 1853 Charleston townhouse, where the couple behind Workstead Studio created a private residence that showcases their lighting, furniture and more.
  5. Across Indonesia’s Capital, a Legacy of Soviet-Inspired Design

    Islamist groups and the military are warning against a Communist resurgence, even as Communist monuments are prominent landmarks in Jakarta.
  6. In Hastings-on-Hudson, a House in the Trees

    Buying a house and renovating it was within their budget — but only if they gave up the dream of Brooklyn.
  7. John Portman, Architect Who Made Skylines Soar, Dies at 93

    Mr. Portman, who was also a developer, built futuristic office complexes and hotels with towering atriums, transforming cityscapes across the world.
  8. ‘I Don’t Really Collect Art. I Trade Art.’

    The architect Steven Holl has built an impressive collection largely by bartering his work for that of artists he admires.
  9. TriBeCa, by Way of Venice Beach

    A former Sha Na Na member and his wife create a New York-style loft in Southern California.
  10. Disused Distillery Becomes the Antwerp Art Scene’s Newest, Biggest Thing

    The Kanaal complex designed by the art dealer and interior designer Axel Vervoordt reinforces the Belgian city’s resurgence as a cultural hub.