With grace and wit, Alexander Calder’s artwork integrated poetry and science, aesthetics and engineering.
Starchitect Renzo Piano and his team did very well given their constraints. It is damn hard to build the right frame for so much abundant beauty.
With Color Crossing, Kate Gilbert wanted to showcase “the collision between sights and sounds that make Downtown Crossing so vibrant.”
The Lawn on D is a breath of fresh cultural air in Boston.
The establishment of Design Museum Boston is long overdue.
The late Otto Piene was a world-class artist. He created large scale and elegant environmental art pieces that seamlessly combined art, participation, and technology.
Darker Shades of Red focuses on the Soviet Union’s creation of internal propaganda, its array of striking posters aimed at keeping those in the Motherland and the satellites in line.
The newly rehoused North Bennet Street School now brings together all of its educational and administrative programs into a single facility with expansive floor space and natural lighting.
The life of a designer is a life of fight: fight against ugliness. — the late Massimo Vignelli
German architect Hans Scharoun’s compelling story, as both a man and an artist navigating perilous times, has been neglected (aside from architectural historians and seriously informed students) until relatively recently.