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  • March 04, 2015 /

    What's On? Architectural Exhibitions, March 2015 edition

    This month's selection of current and upcoming exhibition features solo exhibitions about Thomas Heatherwick in LA and David Adjaye in Munich as well as a celebration of women's contribution to architecture in New York and the century-long history of social hosuing in Paris. Also, see how Hitler used aggressive planning strategies to excercise his population policies in Vienna. ...

  • February 19, 2015 /

    Monthly News Round-Up, February 2015 Edition

    The headlining stories this month include BIG's proposal for an unknown media client somewhere in the Persian Gulf and the design of Hadid's massive new Beijing passenger terminal. Also, another twisted design from MVRDV, Koolhaas gets an offer he probably won't refuse and Obama's possible future Presidential Library. ...

  • February 12, 2015 /

    What's New on the Bookshelves? February 2015 edition

    Once again we've had a glance at some of the most noteworthy upcoming book releases. Firstly, in this month's edition, BIG's newest exhibition catalogue/monograph and a newly translated Sigurd Lewerentz monograph. Also, a look at the role of the urban left-over space in Tokyo, the architectural models of Zürich-based E2A beautifully documented and a look at how the work of Danish studio C. F. Møller relate to the notion of the welfare state. ...

  • February 05, 2015 /

    What's On? Architectural Exhibitions, February 2015 edition

    Among the many exciting exhibitions this month is BIG's Hot to Cold that opens in Washington D.C., an exhibition of African Modernism and one of the impossible architecture of 20th century artists opening at the MARTa Herford in Germany. Also, two very different photographic exhibitions with Iwan Baan and Hélène Binet, in Frankfurt and LA respectively, and a Kenzo Tange retrospective in Tokyo. ...

  • January 23, 2015 /

    Monthly News Round-Up, January 2015 Edition

    In the round-up this time around, Snøhetta wins Le Monde HQ, a deadline finally set on the Elbharmonie and Nouvel feels slandered as his Paris Philharmonie nears completion. Also, Coop Himmelb(l)au completes museum in Lyon, DS+R gets commission in Massachusetts and Allied Works lifts the veil on their Veteran Museum in Ohio. ...

  • January 16, 2015 /

    What's New on the Bookshelves? January 2015 edition

    This year starts off with several interesting book releases, including the complete works of Spanish minimalist Campo Baeza as well as a well-grounded call for a radically new tectonic understanding in architecture. Also, a collection of the most controversial buildings of our time and the present state and future of space design. ...

  • January 08, 2015 /

    What's On? Architectural Exhibitions, January 2015 edition

    Once again, we've picked a few of the most exciting exhibitions for you to visit this month. Get a unique insight into the progressive Russian avant-garde at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin or visit the Studio Mumbai solo-exhibition in Bordeaux. Also, historical exhibitions on the tall ambitions that has shaped the Frankfurter skyline at the DAM, as well as the architectural and planning research during World War II at the MAXII in Rome. ...

  • December 19, 2014 /

    What's New on the Bookshelves? Christmas edition

    The holiday season's most noteworthy new book releases ranges from a beautifully illustrated book investigating the library as typology and a sociological study on the metamorphosis of New York's Far West District. Plus, a fascinating look at the rising importance of infrastructure, multifaceted perspectives on the notion of scale and a study on the role of architecture in the films of David Lynch. ...

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