The French architect lost his legal battle to have his name and image removed from the Paris concert hall because he failed to provide sufficient proof of his claims that the site's designs were compromised.
Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)
After five years of putting construction on hold, local councilors voted to have the 590-foot pyramidal structure built in southern Paris.
Gray's seaside retreat survived Le Corbusier's act of vandalism and decades of neglect. Now this midcentury icon shines again.
Sou Fujimoto Architects, Manal Rachdi OXO Architectes , Nicolas Laisné Associés
The exhibition places emphasis on Renzo Piano Building Workshop’s collaborative work theory and experimental discourse with materials.
Airbnb paid the Paris government a shocking amount to rent its catacombs on Halloween night, outraging the city's residents who believe it is accepting the money in exchange for disgracing the heritage site.
Columnist Aaron Betsky reflects on the recent attacks in major cities and sprawling suburbs around the world
Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson transported the ice thousands of miles, leaving them to melt in the heart of the city.
A Paris infill project by Renzo Piano Building Workshop unwittingly adopts the form of an armadillo—and that’s not a bad thing.
The Chinese artist teamed up with Paris department store Le Bon Marché to create dozens of floating folk tales.
An exhibition of Claude Parent's and Jean Nouvel's unbuilt museums doubles as an exploration of the master and protégé relationship.
The French architect of the oblique, considered the Piranesi of his time, had a lasting influence on a younger generation of architects, including Jean Nouvel.
Elusive French street artist JR will cover the Parisian landmark to make it disappear into the Louvre’s historical palace building.
Performance spaces today are designed to be stand-alone icons, but that's not how we always designed these buildings.
How do you add a reception center to a French landmark? Very diplomatically.
Comprising 80 percent of building components in their second and even third life, the structure by Paris architecture firm Encore Heureux shows what's possible with reclaimed materials.
A Diller Scofidio + Renfro-designed exhibition at the Jewish Museum in New York examines the legacy of the French designer.
An exhibition at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris suggests that the school's evolution is more complex and contradictory than it first appears.