Steve Delahoyde

Christo’s ‘Over the River’ Installation Pushed Back to 2015

So much for smooth sailing for the “Over the River” art installation in Colorado. But, really, when does a Christo project ever not run into a constant series of hurdles? […]

Frank Gehry Explains ‘Backlash’ Against Him and His Work

Microsoft and its new Windows logo apparently aren’t the only things receiving negative heat this chilly month. With his Eisenhower Memorial in DC on very shaky ground and his Abu […]

Branding Debate Du Jour: The Pentagram-Designed Windows 8 Logo

Rare seems the day when the new-branding-to-pick-on-du-jour was designed by one of the world’s most popular and celebrated firms. However, even Pentagram appears not to be safe when it comes […]

Timothy Potts Named Director of J. Paul Getty Museum

The J. Paul Getty Museum will soon likely be enjoying some stability for the first time in more than two years, with the announcement that Timothy Potts who has most […]

When Crowd Sourced Design Competitions Go Wrong

If you aren’t living in Chicago at the moment, there’s a good chance you might have missed the city’s first major design scandal of the year. First, the City Clerk’s […]

Max Conze Takes Over as Dyson’s CEO, Promises Innovation and New Products

The ever-lauded and design-focused British company Dyson is now a bit more German and American. Longtime CEO of the company, Martin McCourt, has stepped down and has been replaced by […]

Arab Spring Turmoil Cuts Into Zaha Hadid’s Profits

Frank Gehry‘s Guggenheim and Jean Nouvel‘s Louvre, both in Abu Dhabi, haven’t been the only high-profile Middle Eastern projects placed on shaky ground due to the recent turmoil in the […]

Four Years After ‘Bird’s Nest’ Stadium, Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei to Reuinte for Serpentine Pavilion

The Serpentine Gallery, who have learned to master the art of generating buzz about one annual project nearly year round at this point, announcing their pick for who will design […]

Musician Moby Launches ‘Moby Los Angeles Architecture Blog’

Here are two things we didn’t know up until just a second ago: 1) that musician and longtime New Yorker, Moby, is now living in Los Angeles (apparently we must’ve […]

Henry Urbach Named Director of Philip Johnson’s Glass House

Philip Johnson‘s Glass House will soon have a new leader manning the transparent and modern ship. Today, the National Trust for Historic Preservation announced that Henry Urbach will be taking […]