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.
‘The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945’, the first major UK exhibition to focus on Japanese domestic architecture from the Post-War period.
Architectural photography exhibition in London – “Geometric diagrams can be contemplated as still moments revealing a continuous, timeless, universal action generally hidden from our sensory perception” – Robert Lawlor
The Royal Institute of British Architects to present a major new exhibition offering a renewed examination of two iconic architectural schemes proposed for the same site in the City of London.
Cruz y Ortiz 1/200…1/2000 Exhibition at the Museo ICO in Madrid. The exhibit shows over 40 years of the professional history of the estudio Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos. It includes original models and sketches of key buildings.
LAVA has designed the exhibition “Out of Hand: Materialising the Digital” which runs at the Powerhouse Museum until 25 June 2017.
‘Picture Tower Building’, exhibition at The Ulm Stadthaus designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects, of some of the most iconic and current projects by Pritzker Prize-winning architect.
The first retrospective exhibition of her work in Russia, Zaha Hadid at The State Hermitage Museum provides unprecedented insight into the work of Zaha Hadid in a mid-career retrospective highlighting her exploration of the Russian Avant-garde at the beginning of her career.
Visit five significant houses designed by Philip Johnson in New Canaan, CT, plus evenings with Toshiko Mori, Nicholas Fox Weber, architect Isay Weinfeld and architecture critic Paul Goldberger
Bernard Tschumi. Architecture: Concept and Notation, the first European retrospective exhibition of the work of architect, educator, and theorist Bernard Tschumi, shown at the Swiss Architecture Museum in Basel, Switzerland
The Graham Foundation is pleased to present Every Building in Baghdad, an exhibition examining the work of Iraqi architect Rifat Chadirji through the collection of his original photographs and building documents held at the Arab Image Foundation in Beirut.
Design: Nomad Studio
Green Air is the second installation of a play in two acts at the Contemporary Art Museum of Saint Louis. Green Air is a sculptural aerial garden that creates a dialogue in form, material, time, and space with the previous intervention, Green Varnish.
An Exhibition on Design Possibilities for Public Space through Civil Intervention.
‘DEMO:POLIS – The Right to Public Space’ presents “options available to the public in shaping its own cities. Increasingly critical citizens are demanding the right to have a say in decisions that affect public space.”
This exhibition explores the legacy of modernist architecture in Sub-Saharan Africa during the 1960s and 1970s. Featuring commissioned photographs by Iwan Baan and Alexia Webster and archival material, “Architecture of Independence” imparts a new perspective on the intersection of architecture and nation-building.
Building Images, an exhibition of the best architectural photography worldwide, will open on the 4th of February 2016 at the Sto Werkstatt in Clerkenwell, London.