Toronto firm Polymétis found its niche by exploring the surprising potential of winter landscapes.
In this exclusive interview, architect Sou Fujimoto talks about how to merge fashion and architecture, using light as a material to build in space, and working at the threshold of perception.
J. Meejin Yoon, working with her colleagues and students at MIT, has designed a monument to Officer Sean Collier, a victim of the Boston marathon bombers, in massive granite blocks with sweeping curves.
Jimenez Lai of Los Angeles-based Bureau Spectacular works at the intersections of architecture and design, possible and practical. Here are five words that reveal his unique take on humanizing architecture and keeping things interesting.
With his sculptural objects – from intricate lamps to massive concrete wall installations – the designer explores the cutting edge of parametric design and digital manufacturing.