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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.

September 17, 2015 /

What's On? Architectural Exhibitions, September 2015 edition

In this month’s round-up of upcoming exhibitions we bring you the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial - a new platform that showcases the theorists and practitioners that are redefining what architecture is in today’s evolving world. We’re also presenting an interesting exhibition that delves into the blurry line that separates appropriation from plagiarization in architecture and an in depth look into the first foreign projects by Pritzker winner, Alvaro Siza. Finally, there are two different but related exhibitions that question the idea of the contemporary city.

  • September 17, 2015 /

    Zaha Hadid retrospective at the State Hermitage

    At a Saint Petersburg Show, Zaha Hadid Pays Homage to Russia’s Art Revolutionaries. ...

  • September 10, 2015 /

    What's New on the Bookshelves? September edition

    With summer over and the colder months on their way, now is the time to plan your winter reading. To enjoy with a nice cup of hot coffee, we’ve got a new edition of the hugely popular, MVRDV Buildings, a critical analysis of the last century of the built form by Kenneth Frampton, and a retrospective on the radical city visions of Cedric Price. More suited to the coffee table is EAMES, a colourful exploration of the revolutionary couple by TASCHEN publishers. ...

  • September 03, 2015 /

    7 Extraordinary Truss-based Designs

    This week we indulge in different types of buildings with one thing in common – their extraordinary truss-based design. ...

  • August 06, 2015 /

    The Best New Guides to Architecturally Famous Cities

    Still planning a late-summer getaway? Need some inspiration on where to go and what to see? Well look no further - The Danish Architecture Centre has just released its latest architecture guide to Copenhagen featuring all the latest and greatest buildings the well-known design city has to offer. To celebrate the release, has compiled a list of the 7 best new guides to architecturally famous cities. Check them out below and enjoy your upcoming adventures! ...

  • August 06, 2015 /

    7 Out-of-the-Box Factories

    When most people think of a factory they probably imagine a mere shell to contain industrial functions and processes - devoid of any interesting architectural elements. But this is not always the case. Often factory buildings offer a chance for architects to experiment with materiality, form and structural techniques. This week arcspace is paying homage to the utilitarian by exploring the world of industrial architecture and presenting 7 defining examples that push boundaries. ...

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