Some say Architecture is the mother of all arts while others say that it is just the slowest. But what happens when Art and Architecture collide? In this summer article we bring you some of the most interesting collaborations between artists and architects to see what happens when the explosive responsiveness of art combines with the reserved permanence of architecture.
Haunting. Chilling. Yet fascinating. Abandoned places remind us of the life that once was. But what happens when the humans leave and nature takes over? We have collected a list of 7 abandoned places from around the world.
Taking a long deserved vacation to relax but can't quite bear the thought of completely removing yourself from the architecture world? Why not combine both relaxation and architectural thought with some podcasts on Architecture and Design. We've listed our favorites here so you can stay up-to-date over your summer break.
From July arcspace.com will be going into it’s summer program with reduced posting over the next 6 weeks. But before we go for a well deserved holiday break, we’re bringing you the best of the summer exhibitions from around the world. If you’re in Copenhagen then why not come and visit the Danish Architecture Centre and see the latest exhibition LET’S PLAY about movement and exercise in the city. If you’ll be visiting New York City why not drop by Steven Holl’s Storefront for Art and Architecture for an exhibition on idea sharing in the 21st century. We’re also highlighting shows from the UK and Germany so read on to find out what to do and where to go.
In this feature we are pleased to present a selection from the Ezra Stoller archive, a sample of the agency's current photographers, and a discussion about architectural photography with the Director of Esto Photographics, Erica Stoller.