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  • August 29, 2016 /

    What's On? Architectural Exhibitions and Events, September 2016

    The next generation of architects emerging from Africa, how public space is changing South America, a new initiative at the Danish Architecture Centre promoting emerging offices are just some of the exciting exhibitions that are going on this month. Also, we’re presenting the first ever London Design Biennale and a multi-disciplinary exhibition that features a collaboration between architects and filmmakers in Venice. ...

  • August 10, 2016 /

    Architecture for Fashionistas

    What happens when top architects and fashion designers team up to create spatial experiences? When top profiles of both worlds join forces, lines between architecture and advertisement blur in interesting ways, surreal settings are created, and magical spaces occur. We have listed a number of spectacular examples of collaborations between architects and fashions designers across the world. This is our guide for fashionistas to the world of architecture - and perhaps, also, the other way around. ...

  • August 08, 2016 /

    Venice Biennale Catalog Picks

    Won’t have a chance to visit the Venice Architecture Biennale this year? Fortunately the pavilion exhibition catalogs offer you an opportunity to learn all about the research presented without ever having to leave the comfort of your own couch. As part of arcspace’s on-going coverage of the biennale we’re bringing you our favorites so you know which ones to check out first. ...

  • July 28, 2016 /

    Alcoholic Architecture

    No this post isn’t implying that architectural design is aided by a few drinks. We’re infact looking this week at the beautiful result when wine-makers and architects team up. Wineries are characterized by their beautiful landscape settings, large open-span spaces and the chance for architects with materiality and form. We’ve rounded up six of the best of them for our ongoing summer article series. ...

  • July 21, 2016 /

    When Architecture Meets Art

    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. ...

  • July 14, 2016 /

    7 Abandoned places

    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. ...

  • July 07, 2016 /

    Top Podcasts For Your Summer Listening

    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. ...

  • June 30, 2016 /

    What's On? Architectural Exhibitions and Events, July 2016

    From July 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. ...

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