Professor Alan Dunlop on the future for St Peters for the BBC. New photos of derelict St Peter’s Seminary, Cardross, an intriguing Modernist building by Scottish architects Gillespie, Kidd & Coia, to be transformed into an arts venue and heritage destination, with a restoration grant from The Getty Foundation.
21 Young Street Sculpture by Shaun Leane – Arbour artwork in Kensington by internationally acclaimed fine jewellery designer, with Cumbrian blacksmith, for his first foray into the architecture and public arts realm.
Tunnel of Light 2018 Echigo-Tsumari Triennale by MAD Architects, in Niigata, Japan – installation of several permanent artistic spaces along the historic lookout tunnel, bringing back the cultural energy that once empowered the region.
July 2018 marked the 25th annual Festival of Speed at Goodwood House in West Sussex. The annual Festival of Speed is a major event in the world motorsport calendar, featuring the latest racers, championship drivers and incredible displays of classic cars.
Remembering British Architect Will Alsop OBE, one of Britain’s most prominent architects and a prolific painter – internationally renowned architect, artist and lecturer schooled at Architectural Association London
Mori Art Museum Design recently selected installation design studio ENESS to send their giant Bubble sculpture from Melbourne to Tokyo, Japan. The audience was encouraged to “please touch” the pulsating six meter-wide sculpture, which responded to human touch and closeness with light and sound.
Artist uses tech as inspiration for design in new student housing development. Ginkgo Projects has collaborated with artist Lilah Fowler to produce public art influenced by the city of Bristol’s technological and industrial history.
Beirut Digital District commissioned the artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada, in collaboration with BAD. Built by Associative Data, to paint a mural in the district of Bachoura on a building that bears the marks of war and awaits to be re-built in Beirut, Lebanon.
The theme for the exhibition is ‘Personal Structures–Open Borders’ this tries to stimulate a stronger relationship between the viewer and their daily surrounding.
Zaha Hadid Architects and their team of contributors have created the ‘Behaviour Morphe’: An art installation where light is projected onto the façade of the city’s Baroque castle mapping the building for the 2017 Schlosslichtspiele Festival in Karlsruhe, Germany.
British artist Alexander Chinneck has completed his latest monumental artwork entitled ‘Six pins and half a dozen needles’ on Assembly London, the new office campus in Hammersmith developed by AXA Investment Managers – Real Assets.
The underground in Sweden’s capital (in Swedish tunnelbana) is world’s longest art gallery, 110 km (68 miles). With art in 90 out of its 100 stations, created by over hundred different artists this art display is something out of the ordinary.
Design: Adam Nathaniel Furman
Gateways is a ceramic installation consisting of four gates that draw people to wander through and experience the various views at the center of the enfilade perspective.
This annual series of breathtaking sculptures is a highlight of the English architectural year. Gerry Judah has succeeded in creating a beautifully designed concept that refreshes year after year. e-architect salute this design! Five Formula 1 cars in a spectacular sculpture at Britain’s largest car culture event.