Eavesdrop> An Austrian Staycation

Eavesdroplet, West
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Los Bar in the Mackey Apartments.

Los Bar in the Mackey Apartments. (MAK Center for Arts and Architecture)

All summer the Los Bar—built by MAK Center residents Andreas Bauer, Christoph Meier, Robert Schwarz, and Lukas Stopczynski—gave those without airline travel points a taste of Vienna.

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Eavesdrop> Rahm Emanuel, Archi-critic

Eavesdroplet, Midwest
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
333 Wacker Drive facing east toward Wolf Point.

333 Wacker Drive facing east toward Wolf Point. (Photo Credit: VXLA via Flickr)

In an interview with the Chicago Tribune’s Blair Kamin, Mayor Rahm Emanuel rattled off a few of his favorite buildings in the fair city of Chicago. Rahmbo steered clear of the supertalls—no Sears, Hancock, or Trump—and he’s apparently a thoroughly modern guy, skipping the old Water Tower, the Board of Trade or any classical designs.

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On View> MoMA presents “Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture”

Architecture, Art, East, On View
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
A model of the Torus House in Old Chatham, New York, by Preston Scott Cohen.

A model of the Torus House in Old Chatham, New York, by Preston Scott Cohen. (Courtesy MoMA, Preston Scott Cohen)

Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture
Museum of Modern Art
The Robert Menschel Architecture and Design Gallery
11 West 53rd Street, New York
Through March 6, 2016

The Museum of Modern Art pays homage to the single-family home in Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture, a rich exhibition comprised of photographs, drawings, video, installations, and architectural models from MoMA’s collection.

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High Brow Eye Brow: The Broad gets a piercing

Architecture, Eavesdroplet, West
Friday, September 18, 2015
Pierced Broad (Jeremy J. Quinn)

Pierced Broad. (Jeremy J. Quinn)

The Broad Museum officially opens to the public this weekend, and has only been allowing visitors in Downtown Los Angeles for a couple days. But it has already started to rebel against its billionaire art-collector parents. Sources sent AN this picture revealing that the rambunctious young museum has gone and gotten its eyebrow pierced. What’s next for this quickly adapting Angelino? Implants and botox?

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Eavesdrop> Less Is More: Here’s why Philippe Starck refuses to wear underwear

Eavesdroplet, International
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
(Courtesy Nowness)

(Courtesy Nowness)

Philippe Starck, the famed architect and designer, has let the world know that he incorporates the architectural adage of “less is more” into his everyday sartorial decisions. In a video interview with Nowness, Starck said, “I don’t wear underwear because I don’t need it.”

Watch the video after the jump.

Eavesdrop> Holl-y Moly: Could there be a ballet about Steven Holl at the Chicago Architecture Biennial?

Eavesdroplet, National
Friday, August 28, 2015

Steven Holl. (Courtesy Wikipedia)

The Chicago Biennial will not be short on architectural morsels, but the most delicious one could well be “a ballet about Steven Holl,” which sources tell AN will be held in a local theater. What exactly a “ballet about Steven Holl” means we are unsure, but here’s hoping that it stars Robert de Niro (a Holl doppelgänger) in his biggest dance role since his infamous “Twinkle Toes Shakespeare” role in Stardust (2007).

New York City Mayor De Blasio and Cardinal Dolan working on plan for affordable housing on church properties

Development, East
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Mayor Bill de Blasio hosts a meeting with Cardinal Timothy Dolan. (Demetrius Freeman/Mayoral Photography Office)

Mayor Bill de Blasio hosts a meeting with Cardinal Timothy Dolan. (Demetrius Freeman/Mayoral Photography Office)

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had some face-to-face time with Cardinal Timothy Dolan this week, and among the topics the duo discussed was affordable housing. In a city of nosebleed-inducing housing prices, Dolan said creating and maintaining affordable housing was “God’s work,” according to AM New York.

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Despite no first prize winner, competition to rethink urban growth in China produces some big ideas

(Courtesy Marcos Betanzos)

(Courtesy Marcos Betanzos)

To address the urgent and emerging issue of urban development in China, Creativersal and the International Union of Architects (UIA) staged the Mount Lu Estate of World Architecture (MOLEWA) competition.

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Registration Open! Here’s what you need to know about AN’s 3rd Annual Best of Design Awards

Architecture, Awards, International
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Register now! (The Architect's Newspaper)

Register now! (The Architect’s Newspaper)

The Architect’s Newspaper is thrilled to announce its 3rd Annual Best of Design Awards. It’s a unique opportunity to showcase your great buildings, building elements, and other architectural-based categories that are not covered by other competitions.

More info after the jump.

On View> Kim Stringfellow’s Jackrabbit Homestead at The Autry

(Kim Stringfellow)

(Kim Stringfellow)

Kim Stringfellow’s Jackrabbit Homestead
The Autry in Griffith Park
4700 Western Heritage Way
Los Angeles
Through August 23

The California desert has long been an object of fascination for creatives and explorers fleeing the monotony and sprawl of Los Angeles. Artist Kim Stringfellow follows in that tradition with Jackrabbit Homestead, an exhibition that explores—through photographs and audio interviews—a collection of dilapidated 1950s cabins and the surrounding reclamation of land and structures in this harsh landscape.

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Eavesdrop> What’s your resign? Hilary Jay steps down at the Philadelphia Center for Architecture

East, Eavesdroplet, Shft+Alt+Del
Thursday, July 16, 2015
The Philadelphia Center for Architecture. (Courtesy Google)

The Philadelphia Center for Architecture. (Courtesy Google)

After just under two years at the helm, Philadelphia Center for Architecture director Hilary Jay has stepped down. The Center said in a statement that the departure was “mutual and amicable.”

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Letter to the Editor> Meet the Street

The AIANY's Center for Architecture in Manhattan. (Courtesy Andrew Berman Architect)

The AIANY’s Center for Architecture in Manhattan. (Courtesy Andrew Berman Architect)

We saw your editorial on design organizations (“Design Organizations Need to Meet the Street”) and were thrilled to see the positive things you had to say about the Center for Architecture.

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