MoMA PS1’s annual summertime party pavilion may be one of the most enviable commissions for young architects, but the museum’s director, Klaus Biesenbach, will remind you that in 1999 Philip Johnson—then 93—kicked the whole program off.
At the 70th annual Tony Awards on Sunday night, David Rockwell received the award for Best Scenic Design of a Musical for She Loves Me. This marks the architect's sixth nomination for scenic design and first win.
OMA has won an architecture competition for the $80 million expansion of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York. The project will be the firm’s first art museum project in the United States.
Earlier this month, the first building in the U.S. permitted to treat rainwater for potable uses also became a Living Building—the highest level of ultra-green-building certification granted by the International Living Future Institute.