A review of Shigeru Ban: Humanitarian Architecture, which looks at the Japanese architect’s use of simple, low-cost structures. Tomorrow, Ban will discuss some of the themes explored in this book as part of the Architectural Leaue of New York’s Current Work series.
A beautiful book on Ludwig Leo, highlighting the work of the relatively obscure, but fascinating, 20th-century Berlin architect.
A collection of rhetoric gems from issues past and present. This time: David Adjaye, the worldly Londoner who’s reviving the language of modern architecture.
This Friday, June 19th, marks the next instalment of the MET's "In Our Time" series curated by Beatrice Galilee. The talk will be given by Chilean-based firm, Pezo von Ellrichshausen, and followed by a conversation with PIN-UP's own Felix Burrichter.
Ottomans and rugs are typically trampled upon and kicked with little regard, often remaining in the background of the action. This week, on the occasion of New York’s ICFF design week, PIN–UP is calling attention to the elegance of some …
A collection of rhetoric gems from issues past. This time: Patricia Urquiola, the Ibero-Italian design powerhouse.