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Editorial 2—What’s Your Story?
Taking the local flows of people, goods, and capital as a starting point, the Chicago Architecture Biennial brings to the fore the role of storytelling and imagination in the issues confronting architecture and urbanism today. One thing becomes clear: community is key. Our story at NESS represents a collective imagination: it is full of collaborations, countries, voices, typologies, and different forms of inhabiting both on and off the page. This editorial features a variety of views and asks what role biennials play in the engagement of architecture with larger issues such as gender, politics, ethics, economy, ecology, technology, art, and more.
A nursery for the care and reproduction of the Guayacan tree in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Notes from the Ada Louise Huxtable and the Formation of the Architecture Critic Workshop.
Dutch office MVRDV joined Danish firm COBE to design a non-formal adult education building.
A transformation of an existing building in the historic city center of Montevideo.
A round-up of the event held at the Leslie-Lohman Museum on September 23rd.
Gonzalo Casals speaks with Florencia Rodriguez about his multi-faceted career.
This young practice built their own office in Asunción, Paraguay.
A book that explores nature through architectural techniques of representation.
A single-family house located in Geneva, Switzerland.
A new type of hybrid urban infrastructure.
Collective City: Reclaiming The City, Redefining Architecture is on view until November 10th.
A new life for a 300-year old house in Saitama, Japan.
A single open space that completes an existing furniture store complex in São Paulo.
Exploring the role of design and architecture in how we imagine our waste system.
This expansion adds much-needed rehearsal, education, and flexible indoor and outdoor spaces.
French architects Manal Rachdi, Nicolas Laisné, and Dimitri Roussel joined Sou Fujimoto to design a multi-family, nature-inspired apartment building.
Buenos Aires-based studio adamo-faiden works on the problem of the city as well as the use, the program, and the scale of architecture—no matter the commission.
adamo-faiden on how the design of all scales of buildings can transform the city. A conversation in Spanish with Florencia Rodriguez.
Mexico is bringing its designs to the international stage in 2020.
A book that explores solutions for contemporary urban problems in mid-size cities.
A residential building in the outskirts of Malaga, Spain.
Join us in New York City for a cocktail reception and learn more about our project!
After twenty years of design and construction, the impressive James Simon Galerie finally opens its doors.
Alterations and additions to a wonderful two-story house originally constructed during the interwar period.
The architects created a sustainable design for the soviet city Naberezhnye Chelny.
An exploration of the future of food in this London exhibition.
The Spanish architect transformed an old structure into a new wooden pavilion in New York.
Florencia Rodriguez speaks with Nic and Elliott about their platform that helps architects get published.
Collective, light-filled housing set along the river banks of the Rhine.
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma was selected by Camper to design their Barcelona store.
A peek inside this comprehensive book on the potential of housing in building better cities.
An upcoming public festival at Concrete Plant Park focusing on New Ecologies.
A community center and nursery Pontoise near Paris.
A single-family house in uptown Santiago de Chile.
An exploration of the Critical Zone with Bruno Latour and Alexandra Arènes.
A profile on this liminal design enterprise investigating the status of human habitats.
Kéré Architects designs a wooden pavilion located at the Tippet Rise Art Center in Montana, USA.