NOOM and volunteers weaving camouflage nets during the first months of the Russian invasion craft the Gropius Chair Military Edition.
Design Miami/ Basel 2022: FAINA Gallery presents the STEPPING ON UKRAINIAN SOIL exhibition, “reinterpreting the country’s heritage and crafts through contemporary design,” says Ukrainian-born gallery founder Victoria Yakusha.
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 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.
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.
Forced to flee, Irina Dzhus supports Ukrainian charities with an impromptu collection developed from garments salvaged from a single emergency suitcase.
In the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Marcin Rusak Studio teamed up with artists and designers from around the globe to aid migrants with the online charity project ICFU – International Creatives for Ukraine.
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.
In the wake of the war, La Biennale di Venezia announced the fate of the Russia and Ukraine Pavilions. The first will remain close while the latter announced it would be there presenting artworks that have been rescued from shelling.
The International Union of Architects condemns the Ukraine war while Zaha Hadid, David Chipperfield and MVRDV suspend all work in Russia.
Russia invasion: “Stand for Ukraine,” said Ukrainian architects and designers in the wake of the major military attack in Europe since World War II.
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.
Russia invasion: “Stand for us Ukraine,” said Ukrainian architects and designers in the wake of the major military attack since World War II.