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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.

PTW - Watercube - Interior Articles
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.

Features
October 27, 2014 /

Contemporary Art Center (FRAC)
Kengo Kuma & Associates
Marseille, France

Kengo Kuma's project for the contemporary art center (FRAC) in the region Provence Alpes Cotes d'Azur (PACA) in southern France is the 3D version of the 'museum without walls' invented by the famous French writer and politician, André Malraux.

Articles
October 23, 2014 /

What's New on the Bookshelves? October 2014 edition

This month, the shelves are practically overflowing with exciting new book releases, first and foremost Rem Koolhaas' monumental 15-volume book set 'Elements', based on his research in relation to his curation of the 2014 Venice Biennale. Also, Taschen's Renzo Piano monography is released in a revised edition.

The Camera
October 20, 2014 /

Irene Kung

Irene Kung was born in Switzerland and trained as a painter. In the past few years, however, she has expanded her repertoire to include photography. Her works have been exhibited in numerous international galleries and her book 'The Invisible City' won the PDN Photobook 2013 award.

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