Infographic: The Pritzker Prize 1979 - 2015
Last week, Frei Otto was announced as the 40th recipient of the Pritzker Prize, the latest in a long line of talented...
Who would you like to invite for your birthday? These are Philip Johnson's guests: Seated on the Floor: Peter Eisenman and Jacquelin Robertson; first Row: Michael Graves, Arata Isozaki, Philip Johnson, Phyllis Bronfman Lambert and Richard Meier; second Row: Zaha Hadid, Robert A.M. Stern, Hans Hollein, Stanley Tigerman, Henry Cobb and Kevin Roche; third Row: Charles Gwathmey, Terrence Riley, David Childs, Frank O. Ghery and Rem Koolhaas New York, 1996 - photo by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
Marcel Breuer (1902-1981): Design & Architecture | Yatzer
Curated by the Vitra Design Museum, the exhibition of Breuer’s work currently in Paris at the Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine, is the first retrospective to give equal merit to Breuer’s work in both design and architecture.
José Fructoso Vivas Vivas conocido como (Fruto Vivas) nació en la curva del Callejón del Verde, municipio Jáuregui del estado Táchira; el 21 de enero de 1928. De origen judío sefardita [cita requerida] Vivas es uno de los arquitectos venezolanos más reconocidos nacional e internacionalmente y como político venezolano, antiguo militante del Partido Comunista de Venezuela (PCV); durante el proceso de Lucha Armada en la década de los sesenta.
Cass Gilbert - One of the first celebrity American architects, the old-school Cass Gilbert ranks alongside Richard Morris Hunt (1827-95) as one of the great pioneers of Beaux-Arts architecture, a lavish combination of Renaissance and Baroque. In addition, his high-rise buildings injected great vitality into early skyscraper design. From 1910 to 1922, Cass Gilbert served as the campus architect for the University of Texas
Marcel Breuer at the Birth of Bauhaus
Born in Hungary, May 21, 1902, Marcel Breuer continues to influence modern design and interior furnishing. Find out how in this short profile.
Eero Saarinen designed Weapons and ‘Devices’ for the CIA - Architecture Lab
One aspect of Saarinen’s life is largely skipped over in public memory, and that’s his time working for the precursor to the CIA during World War II