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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.

May 12, 2017 /

What's New On The Bookshelf? May 2017 Edition

So, what's new within architectural literature? Arcspace has made a list of five books that we highly recommend. First and foremost, Danish architect and photographer, Rasmus Hjortshøj, is featured in five of the latest Divisare publications. Also, there's news about Japanese practice, Sanaa, as well as british Cedric Price and his radical view on society. Books about the Elbphilmarnonie in Hamburg and Zaha Hadid's visionary approach are also featured. Read more by following the link.

May 10, 2017 /

AAFx Architecture As Character Interviews

As part of the annual Aarhus Architecture Festival, AAFx, arcspace attended a two day conference revolving around the different characters of architecture that shape our culture, identity and awareness. In the wake of the conference, arcspace spoke with strategic director, Mads Farsø, architect and senior curator at MAXXI, Pippo Ciorra, and Holly Lewis, architect and partner at the London based practice, We Made That.

May 05, 2017 /

What’s On - Architectural Exhibitions and Events, May 2017

In May, there are several events on the program and we've made a list of our top five! The winner of the prestigious Mies van der Rohe Award will be announced, the European Architectural Photography Prize will reflect on our understanding of borders, and in Canada, three renown architects translate the past into their work. It’s also the inaugural year for the Danish Design Festival. Read more by following the link!

  • April 27, 2017 /

    Monthly News Round Up - April 2017

    April has been the month to celebrate architects - a master celebrated his centenary, a movie was made about another, and the last became one of the most influential in the world. Find out who and much more on this month's news round up. ...

  • April 16, 2017 /

    Fiction Brings Architecture Closer to Its Users/ III/ Interview with Jimenez Lai

    Jimenez Lai leads Bureau Spectacular, an architecture and design practice based in Los Angeles. His work spans many disciplines including the publication of architectural graphic novels. In this interview, arcspace finds out how Lai uses fiction to imagine and communicate his ideas of architecture. ...

  • April 13, 2017 /

    What's New On The Bookshelf? April 2017

    In need for some reading during this year's Easter holiday? Our top five this month covers topics such as the Mexican-American Border, governmental security in the wake of terror attacks in Norway, and domestic Japanese architecture. Furthermore we'll provide an insight into Urban Squatting as practiced in Europe as well as the teaching philosophy at ALICE in Lausanne. Happy Easter! ...

  • April 06, 2017 /

    What’s On - Architectural Exhibitions and Events, April 2017

    Once again, we've hand picked a couple of the most exciting new exhibitions and events for you. For the month of April, we highly recommend you to pay the city of Aarhus a visit to get a unique insight into the character of architecture. Also, DAC is celebrating the 150 years of diplomatic relation between Denmark and Japan through a retrospective exhibition on the works of Japanese architect, Sambuichi. Furthermore, we'll guide you to Barcelona, Milan, Chicago as well as Nantes. ...

  • March 30, 2017 /

    Anders Lendager Interview

    Floors made of car tyres, ceilings made of plastic bottles, and walls made of scrap wood. arcspace recently spoke with exhibition curator and Lendager Group CEO, Anders Lendager, about the exhibition, Wasteland, currently showing at the Danish Architecture Centre. ...

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