After two decades of MoMA’s Young Architects Program, the new ‘Architecture Now’ series will serve as a platform to highlight groundbreaking projects in contemporary architecture.
In the heart of Usti nad Orlici, in the Czech Republic, the project by CHYBIK + KRISTOF (CHK) will transform a former textile factory into a cultural center.
The project by architect Aurelien Chen involved the restoration of a dilapidated building that was the site of a miners’ canteen for many years
Inaugurated on November 21, 2022, BioHome3D is the world’s first 3D-printed building entirely made of bio-based materials
Serpentine Galleries has announced that Lebanese-born architect Lina Ghotmeh will design their 22nd Summer pavilion to be opened in June 2023
On November 15, Catharijnesingel in Utrecht, Netherlands, has been announced as the winner of the 2022 edition of the European Prize for Urban Public Space
Angelo Mangiarotti. When Structures Take Shape is one of the most complete and comprehensive retrospectives ever devoted to the Milanese architect.
The next edition of the Stockholm Furniture Fair is open from 7 through 11 February 2023
The exhibition offers a journey through the Olivetti stores with evocative layouts of the spaces and photographs.
The ceiling system of the station, designed by Hawkins/Brown, features perforated metal drums that combine acoustic attenuation with integrated lights and speakers for the announcements.
The 2022 VDW will take place through exhibitions and installations hosted in various locations in the lagoon city and through a series of conferences.
‘Waft’, the installation conceived by Japanese design studio We+, has recreated the behavior of the mist.
At The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the exhibition ‘Lives of the Gods: Divinity in Maya Art’ brings together nearly 100 rarely seen masterpieces and recent discoveries
With their latest project, Spanish collective Luzinterruptus creates ‘Nonconsuming Christmas Trees’ by parasitizing existing streetlights
The Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza is presenting an exhibition that explores the relationship between two of the 20th century’s great creative figures: Pablo Picasso and Gabrielle Chanel.
As Italian photographer Gianni Berengo Gardin says: ‘A photo may be technically imperfect but if it tells something, then it’s a good photo’
At the Art Biennale 2022, Denmark presents a powerful installation by Uffe Isolotto that brings us into a Gothic Nordic fairy tale populated by centaurs
At the Venice Art Biennale 2022, the Australia Pavilion features ‘Desastres’, a loud and hypnotic performance/installation/live performance by Marco Fusinato
Saint-Pierre de Firminy is a catholic church in the town of Firminy, central France, designed by le Corbusier in the early 1960s and completed in 2006
The Saint Peter’s Basilica is the largest and most important Catholic church in the world and a masterpiece of Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture
Sainte Marie de la Tourette is a Dominican monastery in Éveux, near Lyon, famous for its iconic architecture designed by Le Corbusier in 1953
The National Museum in Oslo is Norway’s largest museum; opened in 2022, it is housed in a massive stone building designed by Kleihues + Schuwerk architects
The S. R. Crown Hall is a landmark building designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in the early 1950s for the Illinois Institute of Technology campus in Chicago
The Farnsworth House is a modernist building designed by famed architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and a National Historic Landmark in Plano, IL
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