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Stillness in Motion

On display at SFMoMA, Tomás Saraceno conceived an immersive site-specific cloudscape installation of suspended tension structures and floating sculptures.




One museum becomes two

The new SFMoMA is just one month old and has generated an unstoppable flow of criticism, comments and strong opinions. Be the debate an academic or “happy hour” one, it demands, consideration.


Architecture / Emilia De Vivo

Lebbeus Woods, Architect

At the SFMOMA, a thorough and moving show celebrates the work of Lebbeus Woods with a display of 175 pieces from the past 35 years, shedding light on the many dimensions — from architect to artist, poet or physicist — of this compelling figure.


Architecture / Katya Tylevich


The Utopian Impulse: Buckminster Fuller and the Bay Area

An exhibition dusts for evidence of Fuller in the world as we see it today, and points to credible signs that his fingerprints are all over the dynamic concepts and multi-functional aesthetics that drive modern architecture and design.


Architecture / Katya Tylevich


Dieter Rams: making systems and making sense

The staging of the Rams retrospective at SFMOMA positions the designer as more than just a trend-setting functionalist and perhaps something more visionary: a systems thinker.


Design / John Alderman

Dieter Rams at SFMoMa

Arguably the most renowned living industrial designer, Rams's ten principles for good design are still influencing the design world, even in opposition.