Step inside NYC's Modulightor, a cross between a design and production store, and a museum designed by prominent, mid-20th century architect Paul Rudolph.
Fans of architect Le Corbusier can spend a full day in Paris visiting some of his most iconic works. Some are open for visits, others not, but all are visible.
Among Le Corbusier's lesser known buildings is his own apartment in the 16th arrondissement on the west side of Paris designed and built between 1931 and 1934.
Demolition of Pruitt-Igoe public housing in St. Louis. Still via video from U.S. Housing and Development video, via Wikimedia Commons
In Marseille, Le Corbusier's iconic Cité Radieuse will welcome a new rooftop art space in June, conceived by designer Ora Ito.
Paris has some beautiful period rooms in museums, offering visitors gates to the past, connections to famous figures & thoughts on how to engage with places.
Robert Mallet Stevens was one of the great early 20th century architects, and yet some who walk past the street named after him to visit the Fondation Le Corbusier don't know his name.
Skip the design history lecture, and head to Poissy for experiential instruction on some of modernist Le Corbusier's architectural treatises.
At the Maison de Verre, architectural historian Mary Vaughn Johnson gives a fascinating guided visit, bringing to life the original occupants of the home and their influence on the design.