We take another look at buildings on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein during the exhibition Project Vitra – Design, Architecture, Communications (1950–2017), representing more than sixty years in the company’s history.
The Japanese House. Architecture and life after 1945, the exhibition that opened on November 8 at MAXXI in Rome, takes visitors on a voyage of discovery of Japanese culture through home architecture and how it is interpreted by more than 50 Japanese architects.
A woman standing on a ladder in the middle of a desert: Bruce Chatwin’s anecdote inspires the poetic image chosen by Alejandro Aravena to present the theme of the 15th International Exhibition in Venice, which officially opens to the public tomorrow and continues until November 27 2016.
The Serpentine Gallery pavilions are temporary structures that last only one summer. They are always designed by an architect or architectural practice that has never before built anything in the United Kingdom. Let us take a look at recent pavilions presented in Floornature.
The project by the SANAA architecture firm was chosen over the Snøhetta proposal for the construction of the New National Gallery of Budapest and the Ludwig Museum; the project is part of the cultural master plan that will endow the Városliget Park with various architectural buildings dedicated to culture.
At the end of 2015 MoMA in New York announced its 2016 exhibition calendar. From March through July the museum will host an interesting exhibition exploring the work of two prominent Japanese architectural practices: Toyo Ito and SANAA.
How Japanese architecture has changed since the days of Arata Isozaki, Tadao Ando and Kazuyo Sejima. From Shigeru Ban to Hosaka Takeshi, the nature of the home in Japan. What to see in Japan: a voyage in discovery of the most interesting city homes.
This week’s best of the week features looks back at recent editions of the International Architecture Exhibition in Venice, while awaiting the 15th edition, due to start on May 28 2016 under the direction of Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena.
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