More stories about FAIA

  • Esto Gallery: American Folk Art Museum

    Slated to be torn down to make way for a new MoMA expansion, here's a look at the former American Folk Art Museum, designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, as captured by Esto photographer Peter Mauss just after its opening in 2001.

  • Former American Folk Art Museum Building to be Demolished by MoMA

    Designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, the eight-story building, which opened to great acclaim on West 53rd Street in 2001, will be demolished to make way for a new MoMA addition.

  • WXY and Manhattan Borough President Unveil Proposal for New Storm Barrier

    The East River Blueway Plan will redevelop a 4-mile stretch along the East River to increase waterfront access and mitigate storm surge, and a $3.5 million pledge from the City will fund wetlands prototyping.

  • Esto Gallery: Make It Right Houses

    Photographer Jeff Goldberg’s images of the Two Family Home by Gehry Partners, and other houses in the Lower 9th Ward.

  • Inspiring Live/Work Spaces

    The proliferation of portable devices means more people can work from home. But working at home doesn’t have to be dull and uninspiring.

  • Envision Design Merges with Perkins+Will

    Sustainability-focused Washington, D.C., practice, led by Ken Wilson and Diana Horvat and known for its workplace interiors, becomes a part of Perkins+Will effective today.

  • Profile: Estes/Twombly Architects

    Boil it down, keep it honest, make it fit. Estes/Twombly Architects’ ethic of practice is as simple and direct as the architecture it generates.

  • Regional Design at AIA 2012

    The AIA 2012 session "Connect to the World and Community: Region-Based Design and Its Connection to Culture, Community, and Place" on Thursday, May 17, was packed.

  • B+W House, Minneapolis

    An urban infill house makes the most of a tight site.

  • A New Use for Chalkboard Paint

    Just when you thought every possible application of chalkboard paint had been exhausted, along comes a useful tidbit from Washington, D.C.-area architect Stephen Muse, FAIA.