November 13, 2014 /

What's On? Architectural Exhibitions, November 2014 edition

This month, we've handpicked a selection of the most exiting exhibitions for you to visit this month. See 'Women in Architecture' at the ArCH in Houston, Texas, an Alvar Aalto retrospective at Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein and the future of grain storage at Bauhaus Dessau. Go see them while they're hot!

November 10, 2014 /

Ma Yansong: Designing an Imaginary Future

In just a few years, Chinese architect Ma Yansong (MAD) has earned himself a huge amount of world-wide attention and acclaim for his radically experimental designs. In all his projects, Ma seeks to combine cutting-edge technology with ancient Eastern precepts, and in so doing he hopes to forge a balance between the cosmos, humanity and nature.

November 06, 2014 /

7 Exceptional Concert Halls

Making a succesful concert hall is a tricky business. Obviously, the main concern will first and foremost be to create the best possible acoustic conditions inside the building - but a dashing exterior is equally important, as the building in most cases must also present itself as a symbol of national pride.

November 03, 2014 /

L'Architecture Sauvage - Asger Jorn's Critique and Concept of Architecture
By Ruth Baumeister

As an artist, Asger Jorn's work is well known and widely celebrated, in large part due to his close affiliation with two of the most influential artist groups of the 20th century, CoBrA and the Situationist International. Lesser known, however, is Jorn's considerable production of theoretical writings. Ruth Baumeister's comprehensive, well-researched book on the subject of the latter aims to change that fact.

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October 30, 2014 /

7 Stunning Examples of Sports Architecture

Whether you're at a soccer game or a tennis match, the architecture plays a major role in how you experience the sport. It's what frames the suspense, the tension and the excitement.

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