An exploration of Manthey Kula’s post-potential drawings, site-specific projects, and an email conversation with lead architect Beate Hølmebakk.
A bold concrete building wraps public space with sinuous curves.
A mirroring scenario invites visitors to a Chilean Park to experience public space in new and unexpected ways.
A collective research that proposes critical solutions to encourage public spaces and social interaction.
Questions (re)emerge around landscape and nature in this exhibition at Bureau Europa.
How can we present and represent this mad and uneasy to synthesize world?
A staircase that allows for different user experiences and that engages with the built heritage of the city of Salvador de Bahia in Brazil.
Memorial Space and Monument to the 100th Anniversary of the Alcorta Farmers Revolt.
A historic avenue in Santiago is updated to keep up with the cultural necessities of today’s citizens.
Parasite 2.0 has done the exhibition design for a show on the archive of the Italian architect Giancarlo De Carlo.
An apartment in a historical building in Paris is renovated for a contemporary and active lifestyle.
Heidegger, technological control, and the artistic perspective meet to explore California’s rivers.
A play hub designed to redistribute activities between the courtyards and public spaces in a Moscow neighborhood.
Artist-Designer Ryan L Foote reinvents chocolates for the digital age—and architects.
Two brothers share identical weekend houses on a single concrete prism.
This intervention transforms a former industrial site into a new urban park for the HafenCity quarter in Hamburg, Germany.
The extension of this coastal house in the United Kingdom takes on the existing house’s prototypical elements.
This solo exhibition at Sean Kelly in New York features polar landscapes and explores how humans and the natural are inextricably linked.
A transformation of parking spaces into an animated—and concentrated—parklet.
A mixed-use facility that combines a historic façade with a contemporary public space.
An exploration of landscape that opposes the formalistic, closed, stable, and objective.
Four programmatic cores define the boundaries of the empty space that forms the heart of this Parish hall.
This month, a series of design events highlight both established and upcoming designers.
A contemporary ruin is transformed to generate a new cultural space for the city of Torredembarra in Spain.
With void and light as the protagonists, the design for these offices brings new life to an old shed.
This school in Denmark takes inspiration from the surrounding forest.
We highlight a few ideas that stood out in this book that explores performance as a critical tool to rethink architecture.
This wine bar rethinks renovation and acts as a witness to the region’s multifaceted architectural history.
This compact house prioritizes a relationship with nature through a courtyard at its heart.
This multi-unit private housing in Amsterdam is flexible and takes into account different generational needs.
The Dutch office completed a new mixed-used building located in a former industrial site.
This renovated house distills and continues the archaic and brutalist aesthetic of the time in which it was built.
Located in an Austrian forest, this renovation uses the existing structure as the programmatic core and combines it with a panoramic external layer.
In a historical enclave in Lisbon, this renovation features maximum material austerity and an atypical formal game.
Featuring a site-specific lighting installation and views of the city’s landmarks, this project encourages the revitalization of Brno’s post-industrial district.
This small but distinguished coffee shop is a bright and attractive space with geometric curves.
This building is a model of sensitive but stridently contemporary historic preservation and adaptive reuse.
A small house located in the forest of the Stockholm Archipelago with three cabins and a diversity of outdoor spaces.
The school in Croatia shapes a sense of community through the inclusion of new social facilities.
KUBE at K11 MUSEA is an installation designed to create a distinctive and intimate place for encounters in Hong Kong.
Four projects by Uruguayan architects Gualano + Gualano.
In this episode, we talk with Marcelo and Martín Gualano about their Uruguayan practice.
A former locomotive shed in Tilburg, The Netherlands has been transformed into a public meeting place with a distinct railway theme.
This experimental project allows inhabitants to freely arrange and combine their home.
Located in Muharraq, the building showcases the collection of architect John Yarwood.
A conversion of a former winery into a single-family house.
A new urban space for the University of Copenhagen that is adapted for climate change.
Located on the outskirts of Beijing, this is an efficient passenger terminal that is ready for future growth.
Wrapping up our calendar is this eco-friendly and quirkily designed gift wrap.
These designs balance between the archetypal and the organic and are created with a 3D software.
These sculptures explore architectural constructions and the Anthropocene.
These playful napkins encourage a return to the reusable for everyday dining.
These textures explore the limits between reality and abstraction.
Day 18 brings a powerful and emotional experience of light.
This hut introduces new open spaces that complement and expand the uses of the main house.
Day 17 brings robotic garments that react to the chromatic spectrum.
These practical designs take the sand dunes formed by the wind as inspiration.
This art gallery is located on the Shanghai Corniche and is one of the main buildings of the West Bund Masterplan, a new cultural district.
This cradle for adults brings a bit of comfort to our hectic lifestyles.
This object is an exploration of expert material handiwork.
These ceramics are deformed through the reappropriation of an object from the fitness industry.
The playful side of design abounds in this site-specific installation created for Trienniale Milan.
A curated list of to read while on vacation or to give as gifts.
This brutalist-inspired design explores material imperfection and minimal lines.
Day 10 is a portable and temporary Jewish structure built in Australia on Aboriginal land that raises important questions.
These ceramic sculptures are a contemporary take on the tradition of pottery in Japan.
A childhood reference transforms a multi-use space in the outskirts of Santa Fe, Argentina.
In this FestiveNESS pick, Daniel Arsham builds a kunstkammer and reimagines classic archetypes.
A design-filled creative retreat to collaborate and build structures for camping and relaxing.
Our sixth pick is a gadget that harnesses the power of the sun and promotes the sustainable.
The exhibition at Pavillon de l’Arsenal imagines and defines the Parisian hotel.
These limited-edition ornaments are made from unused liquid resin.
Day four brings a chocolate that includes a very special ingredient.
In the outskirts of Hanoi, this education facility aims to generate a relaxed environment.
The third FestiveNESS item explores the materiality of meteorites.
A graphic designer and a spatial designer built a cabin, a sauna, and a workshop on a private Swedish island.
The second item in our FestiveNESS Design Advent Calendar is a scalable lamp that dialogs with gravity.
A daily celebration of an eclectic mix of design objects and ideas.
First up in our advent calendar is a performative look at a cultural and flexible plastic chair by Objects of Common Interest.
The expansion adds more than 40,000 square feet of gallery spaces and enables the Museum to exhibit more art in new ways.
The inaugural edition of the Sharjah Architecture Triennial is now on view until February 8, 2020.
The 17th Buenos Aires Architecture Biennial mixed, showed, promoted, and advertised contemporary architecture with the same impulse that characterized it from the beginning.
A renovation of this existing library, a key institution for the Kew Gardens Hills community neighborhood in Queens.
This house, located in the outskirts of Moscow, explores the dissolution of the boundary between interior and exterior.
An extension and adaptation of an existing home in Palma using a modular and lightweight plywood system.
A conversation about architecture in the expanded field of cultural production.
The transformation and extension of a traditional Victorian house into a new and contemporary domestic space.
The fifth edition of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale is now on view until December 2.
Belogolvosky discusses architecture as problem-solving instead of aesthetics.
The Japanese studio’s design hybridizes cultures and influences.
The Mexican studio designed this single-family house around a courtyard composed by a concrete structure.
The new building is built especially for the acquisition, study, exhibition, storage, and conservation of modern and contemporary drawings.
The expansion of the center drove an integral renovation that combines new and existing spaces.
A young Brazilian studio whose practice orbits around producing and discussing architecture.
The building offers a new meeting point for the Agordo community in Italy.
Explore new forms of collectivity in this immersive installation at the Graham Foundation.
An exhibition, a book, a house, and a table corroborate architecture’s role as a critical mediator.
Felipe Correa and Devin Dobrowolski in conversation with Florencia Rodriguez about the singularity of their practice.
A restoration in the historical center of Schiltigheim brings back to life a building that was closed over a decade ago.
Oslo Architecture Triennale explores new ways of shaping our society by experimenting with radical alternatives to economic growth.
Brazilian office Terra e Tuma designed a house that merges with the surrounding landscape.
The fifth edition of the Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB), Beauty Matters: The Resurgence of Beauty, is on view until November 11th.
A new building in Zurich encourages the connection between the city and the river.
The exhibition of late artist and architect Stanley Tigerman takes place at Volume Gallery in Chicago until November 2nd.
The Swiss architect built the entrance and museum for this cultural heritage site in Bahrain.
The 12th São Paulo Architecture Biennial encourages observation and performance in urban daily life.
A single-family house in a eucalyptus forest in Argentina.
A tribute to the influential thinker and author of The Language of Post-Modern Architecture.
The importance of constructing other narratives through architectural thinking.
The school in Turin, Italy embodies a cultural, pedagogical, and architectural reflection on educative spaces.
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.
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 peek at some projects under construction and an extract of a conversation with Daniela Freiberg about the diversity of work produced in his office.
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.
Ensamble Studio talks with Pablo Gerson about model-making, music, and videos.
An extract of a compelling conversation on photography and architecture.
A glimpse into their conversation on contemporary aesthetics.
A conversation circling around issues on the vernacular and typology.
Uncomfortable afterthoughts on continuity, autonomy, and history.
A shift from one scale to the other with subtle sophistication.