If you are interested in how the architecture within American movie houses shaped the cinema and vice-versa, this often brilliant tome is an instant classic.
In an architectural sense, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute is too quiet a visual statement.
Rejecting unadorned box-like designs, Michael Graves created with patterns, textures, decorations and color in ways large and small.
By Peter Walsh When a new contemporary art museum gets up on its feet, it typically constructs a slick, fashionable new address for itself and leaves its old, recycled quarters like a student couch at the curb. But is that always a wise decision? Sometimes it makes sense to put new wine in old bottles. […]