Catherine Walworth examines the role of midcentury industrial designers in influencing consumer behavior through the astute use of color.
Catherine Walworth discusses dropping the guns and picking up the power saws in America's postwar pastime.
Catherine Walworth examines how Kaufmann's department store encouraged the "good life" through a rich and expansive interior life.
Commissioned by US Steel and designed by Peter Muller-Munk Associates, the Unisphere became a contentious symbol of the 1964 World's Fair.
Remembering a Pittsburgh landmark that foreshadowed today’s design-conscious business culture, long before Apple was a gleam in Steve Jobs’s eye.
Each year on the anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks, artist Sebastian Errazuriz creates an original artwork to mark the day.
Every year in the days leading up to Thanksgiving, Carnegie Museum of Art staff installs the museum’s remarkable Neapolitan presepio.