Art critic Jerry Saltz and architecture critic Justin Davidson tour the museum after its $69 million renovation.
The museum will lose a quiet crusader.
Why architects have never stopped paying tribute to him.
Potentially good news for the museum's defenders.
If the museum’s architects can’t figure out a way to use the building, that is a failure of imagination.
The Culture Shed will be an institution like no other: eclectic, adaptable, and untethered to an artistic program.
"At 90, she was still writing circles around the rest of us."
Is David Koch's money good enough for the Met?
"Each freeway has its own personality."
Why are so many major architects either just below average in height like Frank Gehry and Louis Khan, or straight-up tiny like Julia Morgan and Daniel Libeskind?
And a $100,000 prize.
So nerdy, but so great.
"Customized seats in the bathing pods tub portion, sculpted around [Coyne] and wife while they sat."
Rather than brand his designs with signature mannerisms, he combined smooth elegance of execution with the willingness to be self-effacing.
Its creator once proudly described the house as “a bold little ugly banal box.”
It took a while, but we've almost caught up with Ohio's third largest city!
'New York' Magazine's profile of Nouvel's gorgeous 40 Mercer reveals the work of architecture's newest prizewinner.
And they'll grow it for you, in P.S. 1's courtyard.
A Spanish mayor rips a world-class starchitect a new one.
The longtime NYT architecture critic is remembered by Justin Davidson.