Other stories by Joseph Giovannini

  • Miami's Luxury Highrise, One Thousand Museum Tower, Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects

    The new 62-story One-Thousand Museum tower, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects for Miami, is the culmination of new research in fluid high-rise construction.

  • Ada Louise Huxtable, Remembered

    Architects and critics gathered at a carefully termed memorial tribute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Tuesday, proving that the doyenne of architectural criticism (who long-stated that she did not want a memorial) still holds the industry in the palm of her hand.

  • The Louvre's Islamic Art Galleries

    Mario Bellini and Rudy Ricciotti’s pavilion brings the era of digital design to this French landmark. The controversy has been conspicuous in its absence.

  • Celebrating Ray Eames

    A new street dedicated to Ray Eames on the celebration of her 100th birthday is a recent and much-needed effort to recognize her roles in the Eames partnership.

  • Letter from the Pritzker Ceremony

    China's Wang Shu delivers an almost-manifesto in his acceptance speech for the 2012 Pritzker Prize, rebelling against top-down architecture.