Architecture | May 15, 2023

For the first time, a curatorial group made up of architects born between 1987 and 1989 brings with them to Venice the demands of a new generation of designers under 40 (nine groups of designers and as many advisors, professionals from different fields in the creative industries, for a total of about 50 people with an average age of 33) who grew up and were trained against a backdrop of permanent crisis and who have therefore made collaboration, sharing, and dialogue the basis of all their activities. Read more


Architecture | May 14, 2023

The Georgian Pavilion will be curated by the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial. The installation January, February, March will represent dead and living nature through the story of an artificially altered settlement in the Dusheti region of Georgia. Read more


Architecture | May 5, 2023

U.S. Pavilion at the 18th International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia will become global forum for exploring the world’s complex relationship to plastic. Curated by Tizziana Baldenebro and Lauren Leving, "Everlasting Plastics" brings together artists and designers to examine one of humankind’s most pervasive, long-lasting inventions. Cleveland-based alternative art organization SPACES, led by Executive Director Tizziana Baldenebro, to serve as commissioner. Read more

The Korean Pavilion at La…

Architecture | May 4, 2023

Premiering at the Korean Pavilion at the 18th International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia, 2086: Together How? is a newly-commissioned exhibition curated by Artistic Directors Soik Jung and Kyong Park. Bringing together architects, community leaders and artists, the project asks how we might work together to endure current and future environmental crises until 2086 - the year when the global population is said to the peak. Read more


Architecture | April 9, 2023

The Official Portuguese Representation at the 18th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2023 presents Fertile Futures, a project curated by Andreia Garcia and deputy curators Ana Neiva and Diogo Aguiar, which focuses on the problems of water resources in seven Portuguese hydro geographies, to stimulate thought about a fertile, sustainable and equitable future. Read more


Architecture | April 6, 2023

French Pavilion 18th International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia Venice, Italy 20 May - 26 November 2023 The Ball Theater is a hemispherical theater built inside the French Pavilion, like a pavilion within the pavilion. It reflects the Biennale Architettura 2023 general theme – “Laboratory of the Future” – set by Lesley Lokko, because the theater is in essence a laboratory of identities, of places and of imaginaries. Read more


Architecture | April 4, 2023

The British Council and the commissioned curators – Jayden Ali, Joseph Henry, Meneesha Kellay and Sumitra Upham – announced their preliminary plans for the British Pavilion at the 18th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia 2023. Read more


Architecture | March 24, 2023

The 18th International Architecture Exhibition, titled The Laboratory of the Future, will be open to the public from Saturday May 20 to Sunday November 26, 2023 at the Giardini and the Arsenale, and at Forte Marghera; it will be curated by Lesley Lokko and organised by La Biennale di Venezia. The pre-opening will take place on May 18 and 19, the awards ceremony and inauguration will be held on Saturday 20 May 2023. Read more


Architecture | March 17, 2023

The DY Patil University Centre of Excellence is ten-storey building has been designed to support the teaching methods and ethos of the university, providing high-quality learning and living spaces for 3,000 students. The project also includes a thriving two-acre sky garden with native planting, pond-life and areas for relaxation. Read more

Atelier gardens – MVRDV

Architecture | March 8, 2023

Situated on the southern edge of Berlin’s Tempelhof Airport, the campus of Berliner Union Film Ateliers (BUFA) has been a key part of Berlin’s film and television industry since its first buildings were constructed over a century ago. Read more

Curiosum by White Arkitekter

Architecture | February 28, 2023

As a partner in the Wisdome venture - a national initiative for the interactive and digital visualisation of science - Umeå University required a high-tech dome theatre. Read more

Make Do With Now: New…

Architecture | February 21, 2023

Make Do With Now introduces the thinking and projects of a new generation of architects and urban practitioners working in Japan today. Born between the mid-1970s and mid-1990s, the architects featured in the exhibition largely entered professional practice following the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Fukushima nuclear disaster. Read more

Fendi Factory by Piuarch

Architecture | February 5, 2023

The Milan-based studio has collaborated with the Fendi Maison to design architecture that disappears into the landscape, placing itself in open dialogue with the surrounding nature. A raised garden is conceived to mend a long-standing rift in the terrain and recreate the hillside of the site in which it is located. Read more

Tiffany Temporary Store In Paris…

Architecture | February 3, 2023

An exhibition? A boutique? A lounge? The Tiffany & Co. pop-up store on Avenue Montaigne in Paris is all at once – a sequence of rooms hosting both retail and archival display, bringing together the brand’s latest designs and items from its 185-year-old collection. Read more

Hangzhou International Sports Centre

Architecture | January 27, 2023

Incorporating a 60,000-seat football stadium and practice pitches, the Hangzhou International Sports Centre’s design also includes a 19,000-seat indoor arena as well as an aquatics centre with two 50-metre pools. Located within Hangzhou’s Future Science and Technology Cultural District, the sports centre establishes a new riverfront park and public plazas with direct access to Lines 3 and 5 of the city’s expanding metro network. Read more

Joshua Tree Residence

Architecture | January 26, 2023

In the spring of 2017 my client in LA had some friends visiting and, having a little time to spare, they all went on a road trip to visit the client's plot of land in Joshua Tree. Read more

Technoscape. The Architecture Of Engineers.

Architecture | January 20, 2023

A major exhibition is opening at MAXXI which investigates the relationship among architecture, structural engineering and ecological, technological and digital innovation, all increasingly crucial for our relationship with space and our planet. Read more


Architecture | January 2, 2023

The Abrahamic Family House commissioned by The Higher Committee for Human Fraternity, is a collection of three religious spaces, a mosque, a synagogue and a church, which sit upon a secular visitor pavilion. The project is one of the first initiatives set by The Higher Committee, a new body, who are overseeing the implementation of the “Document of the Human Fraternity” at both regional and international levels. Read more


Architecture | December 21, 2022

ODA’s thinking process, just like their design, is fractal by nature. ODA views cities as being made up of small units of life, operating independently yet bound by a shared community. Their newest expression of this can be seen at 98 Front Street, the 165-unit condo building in DUMBO. Read more


Architecture | November 4, 2022

Situated in the rapidly changing Transbay Area of San Francisco, close to Market St and the financial district, the Oceanwide Center development comprises two mixed-use towers, along with impressive new public spaces and important new pedestrian connections. Read more


Architecture | October 29, 2022

MVRDV has completed construction of the Idea Factory, a transformation of a former factory building in the Shenzhen urban village of Nantou that sustainably reusing and improving the building instead of demolishing and rebuilding it. Read more

Central + Wolfe Campus

Architecture | October 26, 2022

A Tech Campus as Innovative as its People. Welcome to the future of work - an office that sparks imagination and promotes wellness by connecting employees with their colleagues and nature. This was the vision for Central & Wolfe, a curvilinear, concrete-and-glass campus that stands out from the cookie-cutter tilt-up ‘boxes’ that long have characterized Silicon Valley. Read more


Architecture | October 19, 2022

This multipurpose complex located in Tokorozawa on the Musashino plateau created by the collision of four crustal plates which is unprecedented anywhere else in the world, mixes and integrates a digital printing factory, new type of computer-controlled distribution warehouse, offices, art gallery, library, museum, anime-themed hotel and anime culture in an organic and cross-sectoral manner. Read more


Architecture | October 14, 2022

It's About Time, the 10th edition of the Rotterdam Architecture Biennale, will be taking stock during its just over seven-week-long manifestation. Read more

Oslo Architecture Triennale 2022

Architecture | October 7, 2022

In a time when the world is facing major social and environmental challenges, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2022 spotlights neighbourhood as a place and horizon for rethinking our cities. Read more

La Rose de Cherbourg

Architecture | October 4, 2022

The Rose de Cherbourg site is, on the scale of its constructability allowing a tower of about 220 meters high, an inscription in the panorama and the skyline of La Défense seen from the historic axis. By its architecture of great visibility, it is likely to rebalance the current composition characterized by a multitude of towers of great height, to the North of the axis, and a lower profile to the South of this axis. Read more


Architecture | September 30, 2022

BIG and WeWork’s collaboration and belief in creativity manifests through the first WeGrow school in New York City. The interactive learning landscape supports a conscious approach to education, nurturing the growth, spirit and mind of the 21st century child. Read more

Datong Art Museum

Architecture | September 3, 2022

Datong Art Museum - an important new cultural destination in China - has opened to the public with a special exhibition featuring oil paintings by local artists. Read more


Architecture | August 31, 2022

Situated a short distance inland from the Red Sea coast, Southern Dunes is a new luxury resort that is set to become a new destination for global tourists. Read more


Architecture | August 29, 2022

The Wooden Cabin Town is located on an island in the West Sea of Lushan, southwest of Jiujiang, Jiangxi. It was designed by Shanghai Parallect Architecture Studio. Read more