The ‘Essential Homes’ emergency housing prototype features a rollable low-carbon concrete sheet wrapping a safe and decent home for displaced people across the globe.
Housing is no longer just about living. The Estonia Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2023 reflects on the contradictions between homes and real estate, dreams and realities, tenants and owners, residents, and visitors.
We give carte blanche to algorythms too easily. We allow them to tell us ‘truths’ to make decisions in building homes and cities. What if they make mistakes? With the DATAMENT exhibition, the Polish Pavilion questions the architecture of data.
Ten brave projects exploring the decolonisation and decarbonization of Africa and the African diaspora countries at the ‘Laboratories of the future’ main exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2023.
Joar Nango’s nomadic library with architecture books, crafts, and designs by colonized Sámi indigenous people fill the Girjegumpi exhibition at the Nordic Pavilion in Venice.
The Cloud-to-ground exhibition at the Israeli Pavilion at Venice Biennale ‘un-displays’ the secretive and ominous architecture of data storage buildings across the country.
The colonial and post-colonial history of Tropical Modernism is on show at the Applied Arts Pavilion at La Biennale di Venezia.
The modernist concrete architecture of the Brazil Pavilion nests an inclusive narrative of the country’s heritage, culture, and future opportunities.
With the ‘Unsettling Queenstown’ exhibition, the Australian Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale explores the despoliations of colonialism and extractivism.
There is a great dose of optimism and commitment to make a change at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2023. The most influential architecture event explores the transformative power of contemporary architecture to find solutions and build an environmentally friendly future… And starting from Africa, the true ‘Laboratory of the Future,’ says curator Lesley Lokko.
Canyon-like spaces surround visitors of the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation in Manhattan.
Renzo Piano Building Workshop has completed Istanbul Modern, Turkey’s first museum of modern and contemporary art, now open to the public in a new building on the historic Karaköy waterfront, where the Bosphorus and Golden Horn meet.
Carlo Ratti Associati and Italo Rota explore digital printing and circular economy for the world of bespoke design with the ‘Wood You Believe?’ installation for Gruppo Saviola at Salone del Mobile.
Chaix et Morel has transformed a former fire station in Paris into ‘La Caserne,’ a vibrant hub for sustainable fashion open to the city.
The never self-centred built work of the 2023 Pritzker Architecture Prize recipient addresses the existential challenges of climate change and societal inequality.
Gravity-defying skyscrapers, ship-inspired glass halls, and lagoon circular bridges. Seven stunning and controversial projects by the late Rafael Viñoly.
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill has inaugurated the new terminal of Kansas City International Airport, reimagining inclusivity and accessibility for all air travelers.
ADAT Studio is completing the Opera169 residential building in Manhattan, NYC. Geometrical lines and brick facades integrate with its surrounding green and inclusive neighbourhood.
As much as possible! These Holocaust memorials and museums from Berlin to Jerusalem, from Milan to Dallas, are proof that architecture can play a fundamental role in helping us to remember what happened, learn from history, and build a better future.
Rather than building around monuments, Powerhouse Company completed a ‘friendly giant’ skyscraper tuning with the Brutalist architecture of a 1970’s bunker building in Eindhoven in the Netherlands.
Balkrishna Doshi, the first Indian architect to receive the Pritzker Prize, is known for pioneering work in low-cost housing. During his 70-year-long career, he contributed to bringing modernism to his country.
REVIVAL can be swiftly mounted and scaled up. “The war is causing irreparable destruction very quickly. Our task is to rebuild Ukraine faster; because people want to return home now!” The Ukrainian studio told Archipanic.
From Milan Design Week to Burning Man and the Coachella Music and Arts Festival. We rounded up this year’s best pavilions and installations.
2022 most popular architecture stories: a 175 km long metropolis in Saudi Arabia, the demolition of Tokyo’s iconic capsule tower, a kinetic glass house in the English countryside, and more.
A cavernous museum in New York City, a terraced campus in the heart of Jerusalem, and a culture park with giant pebble-shaped buildings in Shenzen are among the best museums and cultural venues opening in 2023.
We selected six popular architecture and design stories published earlier this year with a powerful message on human rights and sustainability for a better future.
Arata Isozaki, one of the most influential post-war architects, is renowned for connecting East and West, global and local, raising questions that transcend eras and borders.
At the Pingtan Book House by Condition_Lab, kids can read and play at the same time. The project draws on a typology of traditional Dong Houses and is primarily composed of two interwoven spiral staircases.
Conceived as a vertical village, the Quay Quarter Tower won the World Building of the Year Award 2022 at the 15th World Architecture Festival.
Marcus Byrne’s graffiti architectures capture the beauty in the decay with the art project When life imitates art. Through AI, the Australia-based Irish graphic designer, digital artist, and visual storyteller celebrates the spray can as a democratic tool for freedom of expression.