At the Peggy Guggenheim Foundation, photographs, notes and works tell of the influences of the pre-Colombian world on the work of the great abstract artist Josef Albers.
At the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, the Italian pavilion focuses on different connections between the built environment and the physical surroundings.
An interview with the curators of “Svizzera 240: House Tour”, the winning pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018
Inspired by Gio Ponti in 1930, the design of the “Casa Elettrica” allows the house to be considered even more so as a kind of “condensed city” projected into the future. This event has inspired Edison today in its debut at the 16th International Exhibition of Architecture.
At the Corderie, Gumuchdjian Architects shows a proposal for a 750-km Transcaucasian hiking trail studded with special features. The idea is to attract sustainable tourism to this gorgeous, tormented area.
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection pays homage to its founder, rebuilding the pavilion she opened at the Biennale of 1948.
Sverre Fehn’s challenging legacy, from Expo ’70 to the Venetian pavilion, inspires but also undermines the Nordic countries’ reflection on “another generosity”.
In the Chinese Pavilion at the Venice Biennale a new generation of architects points the way to enhance rural areas and generate new economies.
A sanctuary or a little island on the edge of the continent? Two national pavilions took Freespace as a departure point to discuss the condition of Europe today.
In the new Time Space Existence video Odile Decq talks about interesting ‘bad’ architecture and the need to take a position.
Awarded a special mention amongst national participations, Great Britain empties its pavilion and builds an elevated platform of panoramic freespace.