London Festival of Architecture 2019 is the world’s largest annual architecture festival: it explores the theme of ‘boundaries’. LFA supports London’s architectural and design talent, engaging with the public.
Happy by Studio Cadena is Selected as Winner of the Annual Flatiron Public Plaza Design Competition in New York City. Happy is the centerpiece of the annual program and a highly visible landmark in this thriving neighborhood.
In response to the main theme Neighbourhood Warming Initiatives, AaaM Architects focused on Life issue of Hutong and conceives an installation that possibly connect past and future.
Tight Knit was announced as the first prize winner this afternoon at CHART. The design draws from the oldest traditions of craft – knitting and weaving.
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.
Architecture firm astudio model on UK housing crisis exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition. The architects view modern modular housing as key solution to lack of affordable housing in the UK.
London Festival of Architecture news – 6 designs shortlisted for LFA and Wandsworth Council competition to improve the appearance and feel of Thessaly Road Railway Bridge on show as part of the festival’s programme of events this June.
Photos of large-scale, site specific installation by Alison Brooks Architects that simulates the critical freespaces of their work in housing as 4 inhabitable ‘totems’: Threshold, Inhabited Edge, Passage, and Roofspace, inviting exploration.
Isoropia, part of Denmark’s submission to La Biennale di Venezia – architecture is reinvented with the application of a 3D-knitted construction of Dyneema (the strongest fiber in the world) and flexible poles, forming an ultralight, ultrastrong construction.
The installation by Sauerbruch Hutton at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, FREESPACE , curated by Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, is a small space enclosed by a timber framework placed amongst the monumental structure of the Corderie.
The poetic structure is composed by various elements intertwined in two levels. The higher level is built with American red oak modules and the lower one with steel modules; both are woven with fibre glass thread of different colours, blurring boundaries.
Installations Wall and Space result from work developed in USI Mendrisio Academy of architecture: all the works investigate, through automatic movements, the Freespace extreme conditions.
Logroño hosted its fourth such festival in the historic center with 14 teams from Germany, UK, Spain, Italy, France, Czech Republic, Argentina, Andalucía and Basque Country exhibited their projects in hidden courtyards and also new places around the city.