Articles are the fun house and bric-a-brac store of arcspace. This is where we try out new formats and store everything that does not fit into the existing menu structure.

  • January 07, 2016 /

    What's On? Architectural Exhibitions, January 2016 edition

    After the Christmas break we’re bringing you the top exhibitions to get back into the architecture swing. First up, The Danish Architecture Centre is presenting a retrospective on the Indian architects, Studio Mumbai; DAM is presenting the winners of the German Architecture Awards for 2015; and a look at avant garde architecture throughout British history. Also, the Bauhaus unveils the finalists and winners of their recent competition for their new extension and a look at how sometimes the best architecture comes from the ruins of a disaster. Happy New Year arcspace readers! ...

  • December 17, 2015 /

    Monthly News Round-Up, December 2015 Edition

    In the last article post before the Christmas break, arcspace is bringing you the headline stories from this month. First up we have a radical conceptual plan to redesign London, a new architecture collection from Lego, and three new bridge designs from Santiago Calatrava. We’re also showing you the latest OMA building to be finished in Rotterdam and the Herzog and de Meuron stadium for Premier League side, Chelsea ...

  • December 10, 2015 /

    What's New on the Bookshelves? December 2015 edition

    In the final weeks before Christmas we’re bringing you some last minute gift ideas for the architect or architecture enthusiast . First up we have a retrospective on the Nobel Prize designing architect, David Chipperfield, a color collection designed by the late, great Le Corbusier and a book that looks at the work of one of the world’s most influential structural engineers. Then we're suggesting a book that comprehensively looks into the beauty of Brutalism and an account of the wider societal effects of the designs by Frank Lloyd Wright. ...

  • December 03, 2015 /

    What's On? Architectural Exhibitions, December 2015 edition

    This month, a look at an unusual way of representing architecture - the simple comic-strip, a look into the work of Latin-American architects, U-TT and a retrospective of a German Modernist master. Also, exhibitions for the season include an architecture gingerbread house odyssey and an investigation of the potentials of public space during the wintertime at the Danish Architecture Centre. ...

  • November 26, 2015 /

    Monthly News Round-Up, November 2015 Edition

    This month's top headlines include BIG's Portland masterplan, OMA's design for the Factory Manchester. Also, the American Museum of National History in New York gets a sculptural expansion and it would appear that Copenhagen gets its gate after all. Finally, Muji, the Japanese IKEA, reveals their coming line of off-the-shelf, pre-fab micro-cabins. ...

  • November 22, 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 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 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. ...

Copyright 1999 - 2016 arcspace all rights reserved.