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November 19, 2015 /

What's New on the Bookshelves? November 2015 edition

In the lead-up to Christmas we're bringing you five new architectural publications straight off the press. First up we have a new Le Corbusier retrospective that examines his work in relation to the human body, a look at the top 50 innovative design thinkers of the 21st century and a book that looks at the status of architectural photography in today's society. Then we're suggesting a book that provocatively argues for a new form of building cities and a new biography of one of the great 20th century architects, Buckminster Fuller.

November 15, 2015 /

Call for student writers for arcspace

Are you a student with a passion for architecture or urbanism, as well as an aspiring writer with a lot on your mind – just waiting to be published? Why don’t you join our team?

November 12, 2015 /

Contemporary House Publications From Around The World

This week on arcspace we've decided to round-up some of the most impressive publications on contemporary residential architecture from around the world. From Northern-Europe to the South-Pacific see how climatic conditions and cultural heritages have formed distinct styles and forms of living.

  • November 05, 2015 /

    What's On? Architectural Exhibitions, November 2015 edition

    This month's selection of current and upcoming exhibitions showcases a presentation of architecture’s potential to identify and solve the urgent issues of our time, Australia’s only professional certified LEGO sculptor and a recollection of what’s happened in Japan since the 2011 earthquake.There’s also immersive sculpture by MIT’s Skylar Tibbits at The Storefront and a look at hospital design in Helsinki. ...

  • October 29, 2015 /

    Monthly News Round-Up, October 2015 Edition

    The headlining stories this month include the winner of the 2015 RIBA Stirling Prize and the design of George Lucas’ new museum in Chicago. Also, the curators for the British Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale are announced, an open competition for a new Nanotechnology Center and the winners of the London Housing Crisis competition. ...

  • October 23, 2015 /

    What's New on the Bookshelves? October 2015 edition

    This month's coming-soon-to-a-bookshop-near-you includes a call for reavulating the disfavored Brutalist concrete structures in Boston, comprehensive monographs on Steven Holl and Yona Friedman, a project-based survey of recent works in Swiss architecture and a compelling study of the issues of energy management in architecture. ...

  • October 08, 2015 /

    What's On? Architectural Exhibitions and Events, October 2015 edition

    This month's selection of upcoming exhibitions and events features future visions of housing in the UK, a new platform for investigating the intersection between economies and the built environment, and a new exhibition from the Danish Architecture Centre praising the work on engineers. There’s also a showing of the Alvin Boyarsky drawing collection which charts the early work of contemporary notable architects plus an update on this year’s World Architecture Festival. ...

  • October 01, 2015 /

    Monthly News Round-Up, September 2015 Edition

    First off, Dame Zaha Hadid becomes the first woman to win RIBA’s Royal Gold Medal in her own right. Then, the Venice Architecture Biennale proposes a bold theme for next year’s event, Herzog and de Meuron’s latest design in North America, and the winner of the Finlandia Architecture Prize. Finally we’re introducing the new Dean for the Yale School of Architecture and showing a unique new perspective on the construction of BIG’s new West 57th courtscraper. ...

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