Drawing Attention, the autumn exhibition at Roca London Gallery, curated by Heads of architecture and design schools at Harvard, Carnegie Mellon and Rhode Island. The architectural show runs 17 September 2019 to 11 January 2020.
Mist, Mirror, and Megaliths Exhibition Design by Tonkin Liu. To visit an exhibition is to make a journey through a landscape of new information and experiences. The aim of the exhibition is to inform and inspire.
Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa news – architect, urban planner and writer, Denise Scott Brown wins Lifetime Achievement Award at Lisbon Architecture Triennale 2019.
Angelo Mangiarotti Tokyo exhibition, Japan, tribute to the work and the thought of Angelo Mangiarotti, architect, sculptor and designer of Vistosi’s Giogali modular lighting.
Danish Architecture Center Exhibition by world-renowned Danish architects BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group on an architectural journey across time, from Big Bang to Singularity, at BLOX, designed by OMA.
Dorte Mandrup at Aedes Architecture Forum Berlin – Danish architects office awarded AW architect of the year by Hamburg-based AW Architektur & Wohnen Magazine.
Commissioned by Design Joburg to build a pavilion to exhibit the power and depth of architectural design in South Africa, SAOTA, ARRCC and OKHA took this concept to the extreme and delivered an architecture that is about Architecture and Architects.
Architectural Photography Awards exhibition at Turkish Trade Centre for Architecture and Design, London, now open: winner – Long Museum West Bund, Shanghai, China by Atelier Deshaus by Pawel Paniczko.
Bank of England 325th Anniversary Exhibition: BoE Museum at Threadneedle Street, London, to launch 325 years, 325 objects, a new exhibition telling the story of the Old Lady.
Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019, “Enough: The Architecture of Degrowth”, will respond to an era of climate emergency and social inequality by proposing alternatives to the unsustainable paradigm of growth.
FORMGIVING – An Architectural Future History from Big Bang to Singularity explores how the world around us has taken shape – and has been given shape – from the past to the present, with 71 BIG projects as glimpses of and gifts to our future.
The travelling exhibition Álvaro Siza. Viagem sem Programa opened in Siena on June 6th at 6.00 pm. It’s curated by Greta Ruffino and Raul Betti and organized by the Municipality of Siena and ProViaggiArchitettura.
The Reasons Offsite is an exhibition on prefabricated and modular architecture. This project was displayed in Tirana Architecture Week, and at Boston Society of Architects: upcoming editions in Edinburgh & Weimar.
meta/physical exhibition at Building Centre: Hong Kong architecture show for London Festival of Architecture, organised by the Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA) during June.