Denise Scott Brown
Publicly rewarding collaborative work is new to the field of architecture.
Bob Gill: Serigraph selfportrait, 2012;Courtesy of Bob Gill The result - "Twenty over Eighty" - is a thorough look at designers
Women in the practice of architecture are on a roll.
Imagine a version of It's a Wonderful Life, only the main character is not George Bailey (James Stewart) a bank executive
It is July 4, 1993 and I want to set down what happened today so I don't forget it. I went to the luncheon given for the President of the ANC and the President of South Africa by the City of Philadelphia at the Convention Center.
After closed-door deliberations the Pritzker Prize has decided to reject the petition to grant Denise Scott Brown inclusion on her husband Robert Venturi's 1991 prize.
Back in 1991 the Pritzker Prize was awarded to architect Robert Venturi. However Mr. Venturi's wife and partner, Denise Scott Brown, was not recognized. Now, two students at Harvard's Graduate School of Design have started a petition to have her officially included on her husband's prize.
"The Apprentice" Gets Artsy: This week on "The Celebrity Apprentice," contestants were challenged to make a 3D work of art
Urban Design is an excellent guide to both the history of Urban Design as a field and today's conflicts both within and without.
Michael Arcega displays sculptural works of common urban fixtures, constructed out of polytarp in reference of emergency tents and urban disasters.