Central Park’s Adventure Playground, designed by Richard Dattner, reopens after yearlong renovation

The newly rehabilitated adventure playground (Courtesy Central Park Conservancy)

The newly rehabilitated Adventure Playground (Courtesy Central Park Conservancy)

The Richard Dattner–designed Adventure Playground, one of New York City’s most beloved recreational spaces, recently reopened after a yearlong renovation by the Central Park Conservancy. Read More

Isamu Noguchi’s space-age, fluid ceiling is hidden inside this St. Louis truck rental warehouse

Naguchi Ceiling

Isamu Noguchi’s Magic Chef ceiling has been hidden above a drop ceiling for decades.

In what has become a recurring irony, the poor taste of 20th century corporations has been saving the day for historic buildings across the country. Now as companies like Walgreens and CVS rehabilitate dilapidated banks into drugstores, St. Louis might be getting its first look in decades at a historic Isamu Noguchi designed ceiling hidden above a drop ceiling in what’s now a U-Haul truck rental warehouse.

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Jasper Morrison and Yoshio Taniguchi awarded second Isamu Noguchi Award

Architecture, Awards, Design, East
Monday, December 1, 2014
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Yoshio Taniguchi (Left: courtesy Timothy Greenfield-Sanders) and Jasper Morrison (Right: courtesy Kento Mori).

Award winners Yoshio Taniguchi (Left: Courtesy Timothy Greenfield-Sanders) and Jasper Morrison (Right: Courtesy Kento Mori).

The Noguchi Museum in Queens, New York has bestowed its second annual Isamu Noguchi Award to designer Jasper Morrison and architect Yoshio Taniguchi. This eponymous accolade is given to professionals who, like Noguchi, are leaders in the fields of design and architecture, and “kindred spirits in innovation, global consciousness, and Japanese/American exchange,” the museum said in a statement.

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Inaugural Isamu Noguchi Awards Go To Norman Foster & Hiroshi Sugimoto

Norman Foster. (Courtesy Foster + Partners)

Norman Foster. (Courtesy Foster + Partners)

This week, the Noguchi Museum in Queens, New York announced the inaugural Isamu Noguchi Awards to recognize like-minded spirits who share Noguchi’s commitment to innovation, global consciousness, and Japanese/American exchange. The first recipients of the award are architects Norman Foster and Hiroshi Sugimoto.

 

 

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