Monday, 02 March 2015 09:38

Morphosis at Cornell University

Thom Mayne de-institutionalises the Ivy League campus with an irregular, unruly computing centre inspired by the craggy Ithaca landscape

Published in News
Friday, 01 November 2013 00:00

Never Built Los Angeles

How might Los Angeles, the celluloid city, have been an urban utopia, asks Christopher Turner

Published in Review
Friday, 14 September 2012 11:59

Making WET

Making WET: The Magazine of Gourmet Bathing tells the story of the l970s

countercultural magazine. WET's founder Leonard Koren once said

that even he didn't know what 'gourmet bathing' meant but, as Steve Parnell

explains, it had more to do with architecture than you might expect.

Published in Review

Dance has always been a multidisciplinary form but the Belgian choreographer Frédéric Flamand has specialised in striking collaborations, working with leading architects including Zaha Hadid, Thom Mayne, Diller + Scofidio and Dominique Perrault to explore the limits of bodies and cities

Published in Features

The Barbican Art Gallery’s new show Pioneers of the Downtown Scene opened last week, looking at how Laurie Anderson, Trisha Brown and Gordon Matta-Clark shaped the art scene in 1970s Manhattan. Here’s our 2009 conversation between Anderson and architect Thom Mayne.

Published in Features
Monday, 14 December 2009 19:50

Morphosis' Cooper Union

Landing in Manhattan after a spate of self-obsessed shininess anddelicacy, Thom Mayne’s raw, audacious academic building for theAdvancement of Science 
and Art delivers a much needed punch in thecity’s architectural face.

Published in Features
Thursday, 23 August 2007 11:25

Manifesto #40 Thom Mayne | Architect

Manifesto #40 with architect Thom Mayne in Los Angeles.

Published in MANIFESTOS

LA architecture practice Morphosis has created an intimidating landmark on the edge of the city's business quarter.

Published in ICON 048 | June 2007
Saturday, 24 March 2007 11:44

Thom Mayne | icon 034 | April 2006

"I see myself as an incomplete person," says Thom Mayne. This doesn’t sound good. Mayne has achieved almost everything that an architect can.

Published in ICON 034 | April 2006