Each year the Architectural League’s Beaux Arts Ball brings together over a thousand architects, designers, artists, and their friends for a night of drinks, dancing, food, and fun, all to benefit the programs of the League.
The Ball is held in a different location each year and, since 2006, features a specially commissioned installation or environment by a team of architects, artists, and others.
Photos from the League’s 2012 Beaux Arts Ball at the Williamsburgh Savings Bank
Photos from the 2010 Beaux Arts Ball at the American Academy of Arts and Letters
Photos from the 2008 Beaux Arts Ball at in the former Ace Gallery at 275 Hudson Street
Photos from the 2007 Beaux Arts Ball at 3-Legged Dog Art + Technology Center
The current economic crisis in Spain provides a point of departure for rethinking global patterns of urbanization and settlement. With documentation of a February 2013 symposium, photography, an essay, and interview.
A look at the ongoing debate surrounding MoMA’s plans for the American Folk Art Museum building.
Introducing this year’s Prize winners with firm descriptions and project slideshows.
Documenting the design, installations, and use of ten Little Free Libraries across the East Village and the Lower East Side – on view through September 1, 2013.