Paris Fashion Week closed out with three very different journeys.
A bespoke window-washing rig keeps the skyscraper gleaming.
Also Cindy Sherman and Christian Louboutin.
The mayor hopes for ten more before his term is up, but he might be overpromising.
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?
It has taken Frank Gehry a few decades of missteps and misfortune, but he's finally leaving his mark on New York's skyline.
He's taking after her stylistically.
Soho-based boutique architecture firm SHoP is on the case!
The starchitect will design none of the buildings from the master plan he created.
The 'Times' architecture critic excoriates the updated Atlantic Yards stadium design.
The new Nets stadium design, by a Midwestern firm, now looks like, well, a stadium.
The starlet went backstage at 'Shrek: The Musical' to befriend its big green star. That, and the rest of today's gossip.
The press release for “On the Road Again” makes Mario Batali's Spanish road trip sound like some kind of hotness.
In our daily industry roundup, the former Citigroup chairman second-guesses himself on the appointment of successor Charles Prince. And more!
Of course his tower is going to be erected as part of the Atlantic Yards project, the architect explained to the Brooklyn Paper last night. Why ever would you think it wouldn't?