WOHA announce “Garden City Mega City” exhibition in Austin, Texas, USA: it highlights sixteen of the architectural studio’s built and unbuilt projects which embody their vision of how cities should evolve in the 21 st Century toward a more sustainable future.
The chair of the Department of Architecture in Cornell University’s College of Architecture, Art, and Planning will bear the name of Richard Meier (B.Arch. 1956).
A series of portraits of leading European female architects begins its national tour at Hastings’ Jerwood Gallery in January. The tour has been co-ordinated to commemorate the centenary of female suffrage in the UK in 2018.
Works by one of the world’s leading abstract artists, Sean Scully will go on show at Luis Barragán’s iconic modernist landmark, Cuadra San Cristóbal in Mexico City from 7 February – 24 March 2018.
Richard Meier and Frank Stella: Space and Form is an intimate installation of photographs, drawings, collages, a sculpture and an architectural model that traces the relationship between the architect and the artist through their careers.
Fifty new drawings by the British-Argentinian artist Pablo Bronstein, are framed alongside a selection of rarely-seen historical Georgian and Neo-Georgian material from the RIBA Collections; the exhibition focusses on buildings constructed during the second half of the twentieth century in an ostensibly ‘Georgian’ style.
Parallel (of Life and) Architecture will see three duos of architects, artists and designers offer new insight into the legacy of Alison and Peter Smithson. It explores their relationship with the avant-garde and ‘architecture as a direct result of a way of life’ (A+PS).
A Common Line | One Global Studio exhibition. The firm was founded as Design Partnership in 1967, and incorporated as DP Architects in 1975. DP has evolved in tandem with Singapore’s nation building, becoming an important contributor to the country’s public projects and urban development.
The Tchoban Foundation, in Berlin, exhibition will be opening on 7th of July, presenting 50 masterworks of contemporary architectural drawings made by celebrated architects like Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Daniel Libeskind, Rem Koolhaas and Bernard Tschumi.
“Weak Monument” wins the curator call for Estonia at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale. The winning team is formed from Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa and Tadeáš Říha, young architects trained in Tallinn, Prague and Delft. Linsi and Riha practice in London and Reemaa teaches in Delft.
An interactive installation to encourage unity, a portable dining space for refugees, an optical viewing device, and a project that links communities either side of Belfast’s Peace Wall will be exhibited in Liverpool and London next month as the result of the RIBA Beyond Borders open call.
Estonian Centre of Architecture news – five proposals selected for the 2nd stage of curator call for the Estonian exposition at the 2018 Venice architecture biennale. The winning design will be selected on 19th of June.
Curated by Norman Foster
Exploring the creativity of Cartier and its links with the history of flight and design in the early twentieth century, Cartier in Motion, an exhibition curated by Norman Foster, marks the opening year of the new Design Museum in London.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Berlin and Los Angeles sister-city partnership, the exhibition explores connections between Hans Scharoun’s Berlin Philharmonic and Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall.