Lina Gothmeh’s Serpentine Pavilion gets everyone around the table

Serpentine Galleries has announced that Lebanese-born architect Lina Ghotmeh will design their 22nd Summer pavilion to be opened in June 2023


The most innovative European Public Spaces awarded in Barcelona

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

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Iwan Baan – Masters of Architectural Photography

Born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands, in 1975, Iwan Baan is world-renowned for his human-centered approach to architectural photography


TECHNOSCAPE. The Architecture of Engineers at the MAXXI in Rome

The exhibition Technospace investigates the relationship among architecture, structural engineering, and technological innovation.

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Henning Larsen designs a sculptural wooden church in Copenhagen

After over 30 years, a new church will be built in Copenhagen; designed by Henning Larsen, the wooden church of Ørestad will be completed in 2024

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MVRDV creates a colorful vertical village in Manhattan’s Washington Heights

The first completed building by MVRDV in the United States, the Radio Hotel and Tower in New York is a colorful stack of blocks

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iGuzzini for the new Tottenham Court Road station in London

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 Venice Design Week takes place from 1 through 9 October

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 designed by we+ brings us closer to nature

‘Waft’, the installation conceived by Japanese design studio We+, has recreated the behavior of the mist.

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Rotating seats at St Giles Square. The landmark project Swivel for the London Design Festival

Commissioned on the occasion of LDF’s 20th anniversary, the landmark project Swivel will be located at St. Giles Square, one of central London’s most traversed neighborhoods.


Recycled cork for the new benches and stools by Agape

Following principles of the circular economy, the Agape collection expands with the ‘Vis-à-vis’ stool and the ‘Rendez-vous’ bench

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Contemporary Craftsmanship: the finalists for the LOEWE Craft Prize 2022

The Loewe Craft Prize, each year, celebrates the excellence of the world’s best craftsmen and craftswomen.

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‘Lives of the Gods: Divinity in Maya Art’ at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

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


Luzinterruptus’ Nonconsuming Shining Christmas Trees

With their latest project, Spanish collective Luzinterruptus creates ‘Nonconsuming Christmas Trees’ by parasitizing existing streetlights


Picasso / Chanel at the Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid

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.


The ‘true photography’ of Gianni Berengo Gardin

As Italian photographer Gianni Berengo Gardin says: ‘A photo may be technically imperfect but if it tells something, then it’s a good photo’

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Uffe Isolotto’s We Walked the Earth, Pavilion of Denmark, Venice Art Biennale 2022

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

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Australia Pavilion, Marco Fusinato, Desastres – 59th Venice Art Biennale 2022

At the Venice Art Biennale 2022, the Australia Pavilion features ‘Desastres’, a loud and hypnotic performance/installation/live performance by Marco Fusinato

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Saint Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City/Rome

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

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Le Corbusier – Monastery of Sainte Marie de la Tourette, Éveux, France

Sainte Marie de la Tourette is a Dominican monastery in Éveux, near Lyon, famous for its iconic architecture designed by Le Corbusier in 1953

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National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design – Oslo, Norway

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

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S.R. Crown Hall, IIT Campus, Chicago – Mies van der Rohe

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

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Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House – Plano, IL

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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Le Corbusier, Unité d’Habitation – Cité Radieuse, Marseille

Also known as Cité Radieuse, the Unité d’Habitation in Marseille, France, is a famous residential building designed by Le Corbusier and a UNESCO world heritage site

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