Since the turn of the 21st century, Diller Scofidio + Renfro has
undergone a process of formidable growth. Based in New York, the firm
recently completed the last stretch of the High Line, the impressive
centre The Shed, and a large extension to the Museum of Modern Art.
Their practice spans the fields of architecture, urban design, digital
media, installation art, and multimedia performance, often focusing on
civic and cultural projects on various scales. This instalment surveys
the past two decades of prolific work by the design studio, divided
across three main themes: Revised Landscapes, Shared Knowledge, and
Accessible Culture. Includes an essay by Edwin Heathcote.