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Editorial 1—Mad World Pictures
This editorial takes the name of our second printed issue and furthers its contents as we persistently attempt to break into the madness, into the fragments and themes that make up the reality of the many worlds and fictions we live in.
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.
SO – IL has been commissioned by Exhibit Columbus to create a temporary installation on the Bartholomew County Courthouse Lawn.
Artists Sayler / Morris photograph fragments of climate change in Peru.
Jing Liu and Florencia Rodriguez talk about the practice, “cocooning,” and productive misunderstandings.
Andrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation releases the design of Reggio School in Encinar de los Reyes, Madrid.
The Brazilian Pavilion exhibition at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale was on view in New York City from June to August, 2019.
Architecture office elii designs two contiguous exhibitions that address climate change in Madrid.
Danish/Icelandic artist amazes in his return to the Tate Modern.
Chinese office MUDA Architects designs a restaurant in a lotus pond hidden in a eucalyptus forest.
Artist and scholar Pablo DeSoto on building a critical cartographic imagination to protect the commons.
A conversation about Jumbo’s Neotenic design practice and its larger implications on consumerism and design.
Luis Úrculo (un)veils ipiña+nieto’s project for the Brazilian Embassy in Santiago de Chile.
Breathtaking views from this holiday house in Sesimbra, Portugal
The exhibition Aquí vive gente marks a new direction for Storefront Art and Architecture under the lead of José Esparza Chong Cuy.
A peek at Lafeliz’s new collection De Río a Sur and their unique approach to design.