Balls bounce above a knotted web of bungee cords stretching over a forest of gently swaying columns in New York this summer.
MoMA’s overview of modern kitchen design presents artwork, cooking utensils and a full-scale prefabricated kitchen from the 1920s. But has it put the right ingredients into the mix?
A small area under the High Line in New York has been temporarily transformed into a space for collaboration between architects and fashion designers.
It's difficult to think of the High Line without thinking of Joel Sternfeld's photographs of it in different seasons at the turn of this century.
Few figures in 20th-century design have perplexed the world as much as the self-proclaimed “anticipatory design scientist” Richard Buckminster Fuller.