To reach semi-remote Mendocino, you head north from San Francisco for three and a half hours, driving on a highway that eventually shrinks to a two-lane road. The drive feels very much like rewinding to a different time; the destination does too.
Dramatic. Momentous. Revolutionary. Earth-shattering. Such peacockery has typically been confined to Hollywood puff pieces and high-tech product launches, until now.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago celebrates Kerry James Marshall’s vision with a massive retrospective, Kerry James Marshall: Mastry, on view until September 25, 2016.
Long considered nature’s arch multi-taskers, one group of the world’s 20,000-odd species of bees is busier than most.
For over a hundred years, South Whitfield Street has been the home of a distinctive five-storey building, the YMCA in Pittsburgh’s East Liberty neighbourhood—today, the city landmark has been transformed into the Ace Hotel chain’s first expansion into the northeast Rust Belt.
Did you feel that? That little stretch as your legs pulled away from your body, that little squeeze as your sides squished together for a fraction of a moment?
The most depressing part of the story: it’s the same old story.
While many of their projects have an eco-message, what sets Studio Swine apart from other design studios is their desire to elevate so-called waste products into the luxury sphere.
Cameron Sinclair wants to be an urban acupuncturist, treating a community with a light, precise touch instead of driving a giant spike into it.