MIT’s Hashim Sarkis appointed curator of 2020 Venice Architecture Biennale
The next biennale of architecture will be curated by the dean of MIT’s School of Architecture and Planning.
New Babylon: Radical hospitality in a world beyond labor
An excerpt from Mark Wigley’s essay about an architectural paradigm of free space and time afforded by automation.
‘Open and independent’: The free Russian space at Venice Biennale 2018
Outside the official program of the Venice Architecture Biennale a new generation of young architects, designers, and researchers offer their own interpretation of ‘free space.’
26.05.2018, Art & Science
The best free spaces: Venice Biennale 2018 winners announced
Golden Lions went to the Swiss Pavilion, Eduardo Souto de Moura, and Kenneth Frampton.
22.05.2018, Art & Science
An overview of the Russian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale since 2010
The last four exhibitions at the Russian Pavilion.
Strelka alumni create virtual Russian Pavilion at Venice Biennale
A critical manifesto for a free, independent, and open Russian Pavilion.
The shape of society: Coexisting in Latvia's Soviet apartment blocks
How apartment buildings organize societies.
17.04.2018, Art & Science
‘Station Russia’ to explore vast expanse of Russian landscape at Venice Biennale
The Russian Pavilion at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale will turn into a train station to showcase the railway system as the lifeblood of Russia
Foster + Partners presents design for Vatican’s first foray into Venice Biennale
The UK firm is creating one of 10 temporary chapels on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore
23.05.2016, Art & Science
Alejandro Aravena: "I’m not even close to being a hero"