The lost art of rococo plaster stucco, historically used in churches and palazzos, is revived by artist Jan Hooss.
The most beautiful brick in the world is found in a tiny alcove by the sea in Denmark, it turns out. [by Peter Guthrie]
Every project involves a team of collaborators. We celebrate the team from 345meatpacking, the building I designed with my firm DDG and for which Susanne created the branding and marketing. In this trail, all hands are equally important, even the anonymous ones, whether machine or human.
“Bringing a Building to Life before it’s Built.”
Shelley Reed And The Floating Feather, a journey by Susanne Schaal
Yayoi Kusama, well known for her use of dense patterns of polka dots and nets, arrives in New York for her show at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Susanne and I collaborated with her and the Whitney during this show, wrapping my building in her "Yellow Trees" painting.
Tucked in the mountains of New York state, we visit the quarry for our beloved bluestone.
The lost of art of dioramas is rediscovered.