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How Yale Professor Robert Reed Built Equity in Art and Architecture Classrooms
A former student reflects on her mentor’s celebration of cognitive diversity and the way the late Yale University of Art professor brought design to a broad group of learners, ahead of his time.
35 Years of the Campana Brothers’ Legacy Unfolds at MAM Rio
Championing the Brazilian designers’ three-decade-plus career, Campana Brothers – 35 Revolutions is the largest exhibition ever dedicated to the twosome.
Humans Must Be Displaced From the Center of Design
In probing the relationship between humans and nature, two major exhibitions question the very foundations of design practice.
This Exhibition Aims to Capture the Diversity of Human Health
Being Human, the permanent display at London's Wellcome Collection is a meditation on humanity in the 21st century.
Pacific Rim Calling: Seattle’s Asian Art Museum Gets a Revamp
The renovation, undertaken by local firm LMN Architects, had to reconcile contemporary requirements with the museum’s landmarked features.
Bucharest’s MARe Museum Is a Ghostly Shadow of Its Nation’s Dark History
The museum, which seeks to generate conversations about Romania's communist past, re-creates the house of a ruthless government minister.