Architecture

James Turrell’s Roden Crater Naked-Eye Observatory

  Back in 1979, American spatial artist James Turrell acquired the extinct volcano of Roden Crater in Flagstaff, Arizona. In…

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NOWNESS Tour Luke Tozer’s Unusual London Townhouse

Another fascinating episode from In Residence from NOWNESS as we go inside the ultra-thin home of architect Luke Tozer. Wedged…

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Inside KAWS’ Brooklyn Home with Architectural Digest

Brian Donnelly, aka KAWS, and his wife, artist Julia Chiang invite Gay Gassmann and Architectural Digest into their Brooklyn, New…

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studioPARTY Create an Interactive Neon Greenhouse in Tokyo

Japan’s studioPARTY create a striking installation in bustling Tokyo, Midtown titled ‘Digital Vegetables.’ An elongated greenhouse has been illuminated with…

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Urban Japanese Architecture Captured by Jan Vranovský

The Spaces profile the work of Czech photographer Jan Vranovský, a former student of architecture whose work deals with the stark…

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Yayoi Kusama Museum to Open in Shinjuku

A towering white structure has stood in the Shinjuku ward since its completion in 2014. Locals and tourists have waited…

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DAIKO by Keitaro Muto Architects

Keitaro Muto Architects were met with the chance to build a family home in Japan’s fourth largest city, with the…

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Kamiuma House by CHOP + ARCHI Architects

The mantra behind architectural firm CHOP+ARCHI seemingly states that everything has its right place. The Kamiuma Houseis an explicit example of this statute…

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Inside Newly Opened Aesop Ginza Six by Torafu Architects

Returning to recently opened Ginza Six mall, we take a look inside the brand new Aesop store located in the…

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Inside a Restored 1948 Frank Lloyd Wright Home

Architectural Digest takes a tour of a restored 1948 Frank Lloyd Wright property in Wisconsin, brought back to life by…

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NOWNESS visits Doug Aitken’s Mirage

Although Desert X has come and gone, Doug Aitken’s site-specific sculpture Mirage (2017) continues to stand in the Southern California…

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Understated Row House Project by Aleph-Bau

The notorious Toronto architectural firm Aleph-Bau has offered one of the most subtle yet lurid renovations I’ve seen in this…

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visvim® Takes a Closer Look at the Work of Two Influential Mid-Century Architects

visvim® steps outside of the familiar realms of fashion and textiles for its latest dissertation on two influential mid-century architects: Richard…

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Masayuki Nishimoto Discusses The Influences Which Led Him To Open The Mass Gallery

Last season, our editorial team in Tokyo had the opportunity to sit down with Masayuki Nishimoto – the creative director…

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A Visit to Artist James Jean’s Studio

James Jean shows off his elegant studio live/work space near Little Osaka in Los Angeles. The home, originally designed by…

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