An important opportunity to see all of Zvi Hecker’s Italian projects in Pescara, Italy, on display at the Maison des Arts by Fondazione Pescarabruzzo.
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Muquarnas is a collaboration that aims to re-establish construction innovation as central to contemporary Islamic architecture.
Thu 30.06.2022 – Thu 28.07.2022, daily 10:00-19:00 The famous Canadian photographer Geoffrey James explores the legacy of Jože Plečnik and his transformation of Ljubljana as a Gesamtkunstwerk. James reveals the social and sensual aspects of Plečnik's work, which are...
With this installation Museion seeks to reflect on the role and importance of cultural heritage, ask what and why things should be preserved and stimulate an active conversation with the public.
This exhibition examines both process and impact, considering decay as a destructive and a generative phenomenon in diverse cultural contexts.
A. J. Lode Janssens is one of Belgium’s most radical architects and educators. However, for the past two decades he has been living in voluntary exile.
Focused on the most significant and essential space of the house, built in 1929: its main room, recreated on a 1:1 scale with replicas of the furniture produced with original materials.
The exhibition aims to shift attention from the “heroic genius architect” to the valuable contribution of the “minor” voices of other architects, without whom the judge could never have propelled the debate in unforeseen directions.
In a new exhibition at the Graphische Sammlung ETH Zürich, the cornice makes its long overdue grand entrance, displaying its many incarnations in art and architecture.
The view from the car changed architecture fundamentally. The exhibition aims to render explicit the impact of the car on the way we perceive architecture and the city.
Otero-Pailos draws from his formal training in architecture and preservation to create artworks that address themes of memory, history and transition, inviting the viewer to consider monuments as powerful agents for cultural connection, questioning and understanding.
Like no others, these photographers are capable of portraying the intimate everyday world of the residents because they themselves are part of it.