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Festival des Architectures Vives 2022, Impermanence

08-08-2022 - Events

Festival des Architectures Vives 2022, Impermanence

The Festival des Architectures Vives in Montpellier, one of the highlights for lovers of ephemeral urban installations that have enlivened the French city and its rich architectural heritage since 2006, was dedicated to impermanence. The 16th edition took place under the banner of the awareness that everything is unstable and nothing immutable.

2022 Architecture Drawing Prize: 5 more weeks to enter

05-08-2022 - Events

2022 Architecture Drawing Prize: 5 more weeks to enter

The Architecture Drawing Prize was launched in 2017 by Make Architects, Sir John Soane's Museum and the World Architecture Festival. The prize, sponsored by the Iris Ceramica Group this year with Floornature as European media partner, was established to celebrate architectural design; the deadline for submissions is 9 September 2022.

Kimmel Eshkolot Architects at the Tower of David Museum

20-07-2022 - Events

Kimmel Eshkolot Architects at the Tower of David Museum

Israeli studio Kimmel Eshkolot Architects presents its work on creation of National Memorial Hall on Mount Herzl (2018) in the new exhibition "Designing Memory" which opened a few weeks ago at the Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem. The exhibition also features the work of the finalists for the Dedalo Minosse International Prize, offering a broad overview of important architectural projects by studios all over the world.

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06-10-2021 - Events

"Contested Modernities. Postcolonial Architecture in Southeast Asia" Exhibition

The exhibition entitled "Contested Modernities. Postcolonial Architecture in Southeast Asia" and presented at the Haus der Statistik in Berlin explores modernism in Southeast Asia. A little-known topic in Germany, also with regard to the preservation of these buildings, which is part of a broader discourse that is very similar worldwide.

In Montreal, vacant shops become studios for emerging artists

22-09-2021 - Events

In Montreal, vacant shops become studios for emerging artists

Thanks to the Créer des Ponts ("Building Bridges") project, created through the alliance between the downtown commercial real estate community and representatives of the Canadian city’s vibrant visual arts ecosystem, 30 vacant retail spaces in 22 buildings in Montreal’s city centre have recently become art studios for 60 emerging artists.

Venice Biennale, UK pavilion presents The Garden of Privatised Delights

15-09-2021 - Events

Venice Biennale, UK pavilion presents The Garden of Privatised Delights

"How will we live together" â' the theme of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia â' inspired the curators of the British pavilion, Manijeh Verghese and Madeleine Kessler, to create The Garden of Privatised Delights. The exhibition explores the privatisation of public space in the UK today, while considering the role that design and architecture can play in supporting a more inclusive future.

Biophilia, nEmoGruppo Architetti at the Fuorisalone in Milan

07-09-2021 - Events

Biophilia, nEmoGruppo Architetti at the Fuorisalone in Milan

The Fuorisalone in Milan has begun and one of the important themes is surely our connection with nature. Architect Alessandra Barilaro of nEmoGruppo Architetti talks about biophilia in interior architecture as part of the fourth edition of DDN HUB promoted by DDN for Milano Fuorisalone 2021.

Oræ - Experiences on the Border, Swiss Pavilion at the 17th Architecture Biennale

17-08-2021 - Events

Oræ - Experiences on the Border, Swiss Pavilion at the 17th Architecture Biennale

The exhibition Oræ - Experiences on the Border, at the Swiss Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, combines the physical reality of the Swiss border with political and social contexts, thus drawing a new image of the border areas. The outbreak of the pandemic, which occurred during the process, gave the project additional relevance.

Radici, an exhibition by Josef Koudelka at the Ara Pacis in Rome

03-08-2021 - Events

Radici, an exhibition by Josef Koudelka at the Ara Pacis in Rome

The Ara Pacis complex in Rome, designed by architect Richard Meier, hosts an exhibition entitled Radici by famous Czech photographer Josef Koudelka until September. Known to photography fans for his reporting as an official Magnum photographer, Koudelka has been photographing archaeological sites revealing our European roots for many years.

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