Here are the top 5 architecture, design and art events to visit this summer Continue reading Top 5 Biennales to visit the summer
The Venice Architecture Biennale is the Olympics of architecture. And like the real Olympics, it was pushed back a year and is moving forward with an IRL exhibition which will launch this May. As much as I am itching to travel and Italy is handing out some money to those willing to go there (Sicily) … Continue reading How will we live together? 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale
The Venice Architecture Biennale 2018 opened to the public this past weekend and continues until 25 November 2018.
This year’s biennale is directed by the co-founders of Irish practice Grafton Architects, Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara. The pair selected the title Freespace as the overarching theme for the event. Continue reading “Alice in Wonderland – Swiss Pavilion – Venice Architecture Biennale 2018”
In the recently published book On Seen, Zoe Ryan presents the eleven most influential design and architecture exhibitions in the last 50 years. From This is Tomorrow to Massive Change: The Future of Global Design she identifies the key drivers such as expressive antidotes, new materials and conceptual work that made these exhibitions so important. … Continue reading The Current State of Architecture
A fragment of the Robin Hood Gardens housing estate salvaged from the demolition site by London’s V&A museum is to be transported to Italy and displayed at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale.
The V&A acquired a three-storey section of the estate last year in addition to the fragment it will take to Venice when demolition work on the brutalist social housing estate began. Continue reading “V&A to salvage wreckage for Venice Architecture Biennale”
After seeing the many products that Zaha Hadid has designed for this year’s 2013 Salone del Mobile. A question came to my mind: Can these pieces actually fit in an interior designed by Zaha Hadid? The following photo essay explores the age old question: What came first, the chicken or the egg? And does form … Continue reading Zaha Hadid that Sh*t
Highlights of the 2012 Architecture Venice Biennale. 13th Architecture Venice Biennale from Richelle Sibolboro on Vimeo. Continue reading Venice Architecture Biennale
‘One of the first three models created. Taking a hint from the pine tress washed away by the tsunami, I consider creating a structure out of felled trees. I envision differentiating the space using not designed elements but the very ‘noise’ inherent in nature.’ – Akihisa Hirata, December 14, 2011 sou fujimoto discusses the japan … Continue reading Building after the Earthquake
Sixteen projects that present an affirmative approach to waste hierarchy, while simultaneously exemplifying eleven different conversion strategies. Continue reading Avoidance and Minimization Logic