- all (6)
- viewpoints (2)
- profiles (1)
- projects (3)
Dartmouth’s Hood Museum Gets Its $50 Million Expansion From Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects
Unveiled in January, the design smooths out the original building's irregularities while increasing gallery space by 42 percent and creating three new classrooms.
Despite Its Oft-Copied Look, the Sea Ranch Still Provides Rich Architectural and Social Lessons for Today
An exhibition at SFMOMA doesn’t dwell on the development’s prehistory and afterlife, but rather tries to recover some of its original sensibility.
Is the Hood Museum Renovation Really as Bad as Critics Claim?
The Tod Williams Billie Tsien renovation of the Hood Museum has spurred considerable controversy. But does the proposal truly deserve the criticism it's inspired?
Beyond Buildings: The CCA Explores Architecture’s Cultural Agenda
A probing exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture mines an alternative definition of “architecture.”
Robert A.M. Stern Remembers Charles Moore
The architect reflects on his time with Moore, the pomo theorist, designer, and epicurean.
Why Charles Moore (Still) Matters
The controversial architect continues to inspire former colleagues and collaborators.