Graphic designer Nvard Yerkanian portrays undervalued and endangered Armenian Soviet buildings to build up architectural awareness in the country. “There is a raising interest on Socialist and Brutalist architecture, and we have quite a few of them in Armenia.” Let’s not forget what what we’ve been through, says the architect and illustrator to Archipanic.
Cassina launches ‘The Cassina Perspective Goes Outdoor’: discover terrace furniture by Philippe Starck and Rodolfo Dordoni, lush loveseats by Patricia Urquiola and outdoor-proof Modernist icons.
Pavilion Le Corbusier in Zürich has reopened after an extensive renovation that brought to life the architect’s final masterpiece. Conceived as ‘a synthesis of the arts’, the building combines art, architecture and life – with colors, iconic furniture and modernist interiors harmoniously blending with the surrounding garden.
Depwell Dodge, MIdnight Modern – photo essay by Tom Blachford.
Modernism Week 2019 takes over Palm Springs with a focus on interior design. Join guided tours in iconic private homes generally close to the public, 1960’s psychedelic-themed parties, an architectural theatre play, a mid-century modern film festival and a vintage trailer show.
Office Design pioneer Florence Knoll Bassett who contributed to forge the American modern style bringing European aesthetics to the USA passed away on January 25.
Explore late Florence Knoll Bassett’s works marrying architecture with interior design in our dedicated Pinterest gallery.
Kandinsky, Malevich and El Lissitzky inspired interior designer Angelina Askeri to create a handcrafted and pastel-hued collection of Russian Avantgarde-inspired rugs.
Balkrishna Doshi once said that there “are not houses, but homes where a happy community lives. That is what finally matters”. Discover the values and architecture of the 2018 Pritzker Prize winner through 7 masterpieces.
Haubitz + Zoche photographic journey portrays Indian movie theaters, doomed architectures that witnessed an era when people use to hang out without digital interaction and Netflix didn’t exist.
“A Clockwork Jerusalem”, the exhibition of British Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale, explores the origins, projects and experience of British Modernism. The exhibition mesh architecture and urban planning in postwar towns with Kubrik’s pop-culture, an animated white LED galloping horse and concrete cows.