Ukrainian studio balbek bureau has developed ‘RE:Ukraine. Monuments,’ a modular, easy-to-install and fast-to-mount protection system for endangered monuments during the war.
The ‘Circular Dimensions x Microscape’ installation and pavilion by Cristopher Cichocki is made from 25.000 feet of resonating PVC pipes.
The RE:Ukraine housing scheme comprises timber-frame boxes that can be assembled in multiple layouts to create residential sections and neighbourhoods. balbek bureau has met Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky to discuss the construction of the first settlement.
Young Danish studio SAGA Space Architects designed and even spent 100 days in Greenland for an extreme mission to test LUNARK, a lunar habitat showing how we can not only survive but thrive in space.
Biennale Arte 2022: surreal environments inspired by William S. Burroughs, Parisian bistros and black women-powered settings. We selected 10 must-see national pavilions in Venice.
Norman Foster met with Kharkiv’s mayor to discuss the future rebuilding of Kharkiv which was heavily damaged by the Russian army during the invasion.
After an extensive five-year restoration carried out by David Chipperfield Architects Milan, the iconic building of the Procuratie Vecchie in Saint Mark’s Square opens up again to the city after 500 years.
Coachella 2022: iridescent towers inspired by Roman architecture, a giant cocoon composed of iconic chairs, a pavilion made from PVC tubes and oversize tilted buoys bringing people together.
Despite local and international efforts to save it from the wrecking ball, the Nagakin Capsule Tower will be replaced by a brand-new building. But some of the cuboid capsules composing it might be saved from demolition, restored and hosted in museums.
Smart technologies and visionary solutions for a better tomorrow take centre stage at the Dubai Museum of the Future. The striking, pillarless architecture features a glimmering facade emblazoned with quotes written in Arabic calligraphy.
Burkinabé architect Diébédo Francis Kéré challenges Africa’s scarcity and extreme climate to empower local communities with sustainable contemporary architecture.
2022 Pritzker Architecture: Diébédo Francis Kéré is the first black professional to receive the Nobel equivalent for architecture. The Burkinabé architect challenges Africa’s scarcity and extreme climate to empower local communities and beyond.
VISUAL Carlow presents the ‘I see Earth’ exhibition featuring an ambitious large-scale installation of sculptural work by one of Ireland’s foremost architects, Tom dePaor.
The Nord Stream 3 project transforms the landing station of the Russia-to-Germany Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline – now halted due to the war in Ukraine. The site is re-designed to become a center for international understanding, which also features a capsule hotel made from pipes.
The International Union of Architects condemns the Ukraine war while Zaha Hadid, David Chipperfield and MVRDV suspend all work in Russia.
Archipanic stands for Ukraine. Here we collect architecture and design news related to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war. “The mission of architecture and design is to create spaces where people can share a better future. War is just the opposite of it; it destroys both the physical space and its purpose.” Enrico Zilli, Archipanic Editor in Chief.
A retro-futuristic Frank Lloyd Wright, an Edward Hopper’s carnival and the sharp contrasts of German Expressionism inspired the product designers competing for an Oscar at the 2022 Academy Awards.
JKMM and ILO architects completed the Dance House Helsinki in a former cable factory in the Finnish capital. “Dancers and performers will complete the architecture.”
Sidney Modern Project will almost double the Gallery’s exhibition space, both contrasting and dialoguing with its much-loved late-19th-century neo-classical building, while creating a new public art garden and civic space.
Populous has inaugurated the National Speed Skating Oval in the Chinese capital. Dubbed the ‘Ice Ribbon’, the oval-shaped stadium features 22 huge light strands which flow around it to create the impression of fast motion.
Riga-based studio Open AD has transformed four small buildings on the Baltic coastline into a ‘diffused’ Latvian beach home, paying tribute to local architecture.
The Beijing sub-centre library by Snøhetta features an amphitheatre-like space promoting interaction and exchange of knowledge. Extended from the sculpted reading landscape are columns that support the roof creating a ginkgo forest-like canopy.
The upcoming Lucas Museum of Narrative Art by MAD architects in Los Angeles blends cross-generational cultures, from Darth Vader’s masks and Star Wars memorabilia to Renoir and Degas’ paintings.
January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, an invitation to remember and reflect on our past and to contribute to shaping a humane future. It is not time to forget!
Klaus Schuwerk at Kleihues Schuwerk studio designed the Norway National Museum with the perspective of “housing artworks for centuries.” The museum is built with clean and robust materials that will age with dignity, like oak, bronze, marble and Norwegian slate.
Discover 10 architectural museums opening in 2022: from OMA’s Taipei Performing Arts Centre to SANAA’s Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sidney and MAD architects’ Lucas Museum in Los Angeles.
Engaging architectures by Kengo Kuma, Santiago Calatrava, Ini Archibong and Grimshaw Architects feature in our ‘2021 best pavilions’ round up.
A flexible ‘sliding cabin’ opening to the countryside and the first sustainable house 3D-printed from raw earth feature in our 2021 Best Homes round up.
What an exceptional year! At Archipanic, we wish you Merry Christmas and happy holidays.
Germany Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai blends visionary environmental ideas with real-life results. The sustainable architecture features suspended cubes and a forest of steel poles, covered by a floating roof.