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.
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.
The fifth edition of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale is now on view until December 2.
A young Brazilian studio whose practice orbits around producing and discussing architecture.
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.
Oslo Architecture Triennale explores new ways of shaping our society by experimenting with radical alternatives to economic growth.
The fifth edition of the Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB), Beauty Matters: The Resurgence of Beauty, is on view until November 11th.
The 12th São Paulo Architecture Biennial encourages observation and performance in urban daily life.
The importance of constructing other narratives through architectural thinking.
A book that explores nature through architectural techniques of representation.
Collective City: Reclaiming The City, Redefining Architecture is on view until November 10th.