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An Atlas of Es Devlin

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum 2 East 91st Street, New York, NY, United States

An Atlas of Es Devlin is the first monographic museum exhibition dedicated to British artist and stage designer Es Devlin, who is renowned for work that transforms audiences. For this first monographic exhibition of her work, Devlin and the curators dug through her 30-year archive, mapping throughlines that connect her teenage paintings to her stage

DOE Launches $2 Million Prize to Advance Cost-Effective, Energy-Efficient Commercial Windows

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Building Technologies Office is launching the American-Made Building Envelope Innovation Prize: Secondary Glazing Systems to advance novel solutions for upgrading inefficient windows in commercial buildings to enable decarbonization retrofits and optimize building envelopes for building electrification. Secondary glazing systems currently on the market can improve energy efficiency without needing

Tall Timber: Future of Cities in Wood

The Skyscraper Museum 39 Battery Pl, New York, NY, United States

Man-made climate change—caused by more than a century of burning fossil fuels and releasing CO2 into the atmosphere—threatens our cities and our collective future. Wood, one of humanity’s oldest construction materials, offers a path to a more sustainable built environment. An emerging system of building materials called mass timber is being used in ways that


Acquired! Shaping the National Design Collection

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum 2 East 91st Street, New York, NY, United States

What does it mean to be a design museum today? This exhibition highlights how Cooper Hewitt acquires new work to shape their collection to reflect current issues and design’s evolving role in daily interactions. Presented on the second-floor galleries, the exhibition will feature objects that represent the museum’s collecting legacy, as well as works brought


Toshiko Takaezu: Worlds Within at the Noguchi Museum

Noguchi Museum 9-01 33rd Road, Long Island City, NY, United States

On the centennial anniversary of the birth of artist Toshiko Takaezu (1922–2011), The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum announced its major touring retrospective and monograph centered on her work and life. This is the first nationally touring retrospective of Takaezu’s work in over twenty years. To coincide with the exhibition, the museum has published

Goldreed Industrial Design Award (GIDA) 2024

The Goldreed Industrial Design Award (GIDA) is an international event that celebrates exceptional design and its contributions to building a more sustainable and harmonious future for people and the planet. With eight broad categories, GIDA 2024 spans the major areas of design applied to both private and public life, including manufacturing, communication, and technology. Designers,


Shigeru Ban: Paper Log House at The Glass House

The Glass House 199 Elm Street, New Canaan, CT, United States

Shigeru Ban: The Paper Log House at The Glass House marks the first time in six years that the innovative house will be on display in North America. In collaboration with The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of The Cooper Union, 36 architecture students will gain hands-on experience assembling the Pritzker Prize–winning architect Shigeru

Frederick Kiesler: Vision Machines

The Jewish Museum 1109 5th Ave at 92nd Street, New York City, NY, United States

This exhibition is a concise yet rich examination of Frederick John Kiesler’s (1890–1965) experimental design practice through the activities of his Laboratory for Design Correlation at Columbia University from the late 1930s to the early 1940s. The exhibition will highlight two of Kiesler’s most essential and ambitious projects developed at the Laboratory: the Mobile Home Library and


2024 AIANY Design Awards

AIA New York: Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Pl, New York, New York, United States

The AIANY Design Awards feature Honor, Merit, and Citation recipients in the categories of Architecture, Interiors, Projects, and Urban Design. Selected from among nearly 200 entries, the 22 winning projects this year range from temporary installations and exhibitions to large-scale urban interventions. Thirteen of the 22 winners are projects in New York State. One single


Constructing Hope: Ukraine

AIANY Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY, United States

In the face of Russia’s unprovoked, full-scale invasion of Ukraine—a war that has destroyed or existentially threatened Ukrainians’ lives, culture, natural landscape, and infrastructure—the Ukrainian resistance has used architecture to gain agency over their environment. Constructing Hope: Ukraine at the Center for Architecture presents the work of over 20 participants from assorted creative disciplines who are


Spatializing Reproductive Justice

AIANY Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY, United States

Spatializing Reproductive Justice is a traveling exhibition and programming series that aims to spread awareness of the inequities of reproductive care in the United States and the agency of design fields to expand access. Student research and work by design studios investigates how race, class, and gender impact an individual’s access to care, and offer


The Glass House Site’s Newly Restored Brick House (1949) Opens May 2

The Glass House 199 Elm Street, New Canaan, CT, United States

The Glass House site’s newly restored Brick House (1949) opening May 2–December 15. The Glass House, a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, announces the complete restoration of the historic Brick House (1949) designed by Philip Johnson. Completed just months before the Glass House, the Brick House was an integral part of the