Steve Delahoyde

The Post in Which Your Long-Serving Co-Editor Makes a Clumsy, Sob-Filled Exit

Way back around the end of 2005, I received an invitation from mediabistro to step in as a guest editor for a vacationing Eva Hagberg, writing a few posts for […]

Do Not Be Cynical When the London Olympics Torch Wins the Design Museum’s Design of the Year Award

Because we’re good and gracious people, we’re not going to cry foul on the Design Museum‘s Design of the Year prize, which just this week awarded its 2012 edition to […]

AIA’s Architecture Billings Index Slips a Bit, But Stays Positive

Could we actually be seeing, dare we even let the thought cross our collective brains, a consistent upward trend? After years of being burnt in this exact situation, when the […]

No Matter What He Might Have Told You, Philippe Starck Isn’t Designing a Product for Apple

The internet was suddenly abuzz late last week, just before the weekend, when everyone’s favorite French designer Philippe Starck told a newspaper that he was working with Apple on a […]

London Olympics Reject Olafur Eliasson’s ‘Breath Bubble’ Art Installation

“Take your breathing people and scram,” weren’t the words used by the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games when talking to artist Olafur Eliasson about a project […]

National Mall Redesign Competition Selects Finalists

The hunt for someone to redesign the “loved to death” sections of the National Mall in Washington D.C. has been somewhat quiet since the competition selected its all-star jury lineup […]

Metropolitan Museum of Art Alters Performance Series, Renames It ‘Met Museum Presents’

If over the years you had developed a vague idea of what types of public talks and concerts the Metropolitan Museum of Art would be hosting over any given week, […]

Architecture Critic Paul Goldberger Departs New Yorker for Vanity Fair

The end of an era is at hand. Yesterday it was announced the New Yorker‘s longtime architecture critic, Paul Goldberger, will be leaving the magazine he’s called home for the […]

Gucci vs. Guess Copyright Battle Finally Goes to Trial

After the fun-at-times legal war between Christian Louboutin and Yves Saint Laurent ended last fall with something akin to a dull whimper, we were worried that we’d have to wait […]

Despite Family’s Objections, Eisenhower Memorial Commission Remains Committed to Frank Gehry

In the end, it apparently takes a whole lot to topple a famous architect and his heavy pillars. After months of discussion, and an increasingly vocal group of family members […]