Good for the Seoul
Add Seoul—a city notorious for its lack of public spaces and urban planning—to the growing list of places that now have a High Line–type thing.
The Marciano Art Foundation opens this week and its architect, Kulapat Yantrasast, is apparently not a Howard Roark–like character.
[Los Angeles Times]
Telfar Clemens, the costume designer for Solange Knowles’s recent Guggenheim performance, made the entire cast’s outfits just a couple days before the show.
After the success of the Yayoi Kusama exhibition, the Hirshhorn seems to have taken a liking to celebrity artists. Next up: Ai Weiwei.
[The New York Times]
Design for Good
Architects are trying to reform America’s law enforcement system, one police station design at a time.