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Architecture Exhibition: The Latest Architecture and News

The Barcelona Pavilion, an Instrument of Expression: 10 Interventions to Reflect on Contemporary Architecture

In 1929, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich design the German National Pavilion for the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition. The official reception for the exhibition was held there, presided over by King Alfonso XIII and the German authorities. From then on, the story is well known to everyone. A symbolic work of the Modern Movement, the Pavilion has been extensively studied and interpreted, and has inspired the work of several generations of architects.

Salone del Mobile.Milano 2022 Announces New Dates for its 60th Edition

The 60th edition of Salone del Mobile.Milano has been postponed and will now take place from the 7th till the 12th of June 2022. The decision was taken by the Board of Federlegno Arredo Eventi, in agreement with Fiera Milano, who voted to postpone the event from April 2022 to June 2022. 

Salone del Mobile 2021. Image © Dima StouhiSalone del Mobile 2021. Image © Dima StouhiSalone del Mobile 2021. Image © Dima StouhiSalone del Mobile 2021. Image © Dima Stouhi+ 7

A Pioneering Exhibition Will Showcase Contemporary Indigenous Architecture

In this week's reprint from Metropolis magazine, authors Theodore (Ted) Jojola and Lynn Paxson talk about embracing “place knowing” as a process to understand building and planning, and highlight modern achievements in Pueblo architecture.

The Pueblo people of the Southwest have been stewards of their lands for millennia. In contrast to the colonial and territorial experiences of many tribal nations, the Pueblos avoided being displaced from their homelands. This prevented many of their places from being erased. As such, their ancient worldviews still remain at the core of their planning and design. Nothing is so important as their imprint on the expression of architecture, especially its form and function.

Architecture and Design Post-Pandemic: 18 Museums and Exhibitions that have Reopened to the Public

After being shut down for more than a year, museums across the world are beginning to show signs of reopening. Most architecture and design events that were scheduled for 2020 have been pushed a year or two, depending on the severity of the pandemic in their respective regions. But while museums are open to the public once again, administrators have installed numerous precaution measures to ensure the safety of visitors and curators, and to avoid potential re-closures.

As international travels have been revived by government officials, and tourism is expected to recover gradually, read on to discover 18 museums and exhibitions that have begun welcoming visitors into their exhibition spaces as of May 2021, and the procedures required from the attendees before and during visitations.

20th Serpentine Pavilion. Image © CounterspaceGuggenheim Bilbao. Image © Flickr User: RonG8888Museum of Modern Art China. Image © Fangfang TianR. Guggenheim Museum. Image + 22

Nordic Pavilion to Be Transformed into an Experimental Co-Housing Project for the 2021 Venice Biennale 

The Nordic Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale will be transformed into an experimental cohousing project by architects Helen & Hard, supported by a curatorial team from the National Museum of Norway. Responding to the theme of How will we live together? the intervention “will present a framework for designing and building communities based on participation and sharing”.

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An Online Exhibition Connects the Dots Between Performance and Architecture

Six months after the release of the namesake book during the latest installment of the biennial, PERFORMA has launched Bodybuilding, which features thirty-five architecture studios who engage with performativity.

Is architecture a period or a comma? Are built forms hermetic bodies or catalysts for action? PERFORMA curator Charles Aubin and architect Carlos Mínguez Carrascor, published Bodybuilding: Architecture and Performance, during the most recent installment of the PERFORMA 19 biennial in New York City last November. Noticing a lack of a comprehensive, multigenerational survey on the subject, the duo’s interest in investigating the ways architects engage with performance goes as far back as a symposium they co-organized at the Performa 17 Hub in 2017. The book, which features essays by Mabel O. Wilson and Bryony Roberts, Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco, and Victoria Bugge Øye, seeded the fundamental approaches now deeply rooted in the online exhibition: the impact of movement on systematic urbanization, the body’s relationship to buildings and monuments, and architecture’s role in action, be it physical or sociopolitical.

BodybuildingBodybuilding, OMA, Prada Transformer, Seoul, 2009Bodybuilding, Alex Schweder and Ward Shelley, ReActor, 2016. Photograph by Richard BarnesBodybuilding, Bryony Roberts And Mabel O. Wilson, Marching On, Dancers, Marcus Garvey Park, 2017. Photograph By Jenica Heintzelman+ 14

First U.S. Exhibition of Pritzker Prize-Winner Balkrishna Doshi to Open in September

Wrightwood 659, a private institution located in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, will host the first U.S. Exhibition of Indian architect, urbanist, and 2018 Pritzker Prize winner Balkrishna Doshi. Running from September 9 till December 12, 2020, the retrospective entitled Balkrishna Doshi: Architecture for the People, is the first display devoted to the works of the laureate, outside of Asia.

Balkrishna Doshi, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, 1977, 1992. Image © Iwan BaanBalkrishna Doshi, Aranya Low Cost Housing, Indore, 1989 . Image © Vastushilpa Foundation, AhmedabadBalkrishna Doshi, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, 1977, 1992 . Image © Vinay Panjwani IndiaBalkrishna Doshi, Aranya Low Cost Housing, Indore, 1989. Image © Iwan Baan+ 8

Call For Submissions: Sustainable Revolution

As reaction to the unprecedented moment that we are all experiencing, Zuecca Projects has decided to launch its first ever Open Call, on the theme of Sustainable Architecture and Design.

The International Call for Submission “Sustainable Revolution” is open to Architecture and Engineering Firms, Designers, Projects and Companies that are forward looking into the future and offering sustainable solutions and possibilities to the New World we will go to inhabit from here on out.

Selected projects and submissions will be included in the exhibition “Sustainable Revolution” organized by Zuecca Projects in Venice, from August 28 to October 30, 2020. Hosted at Squero

Artistic Intervention "Re-enactment" Highlights Lilly Reich’s Works in the Barcelona Pavilion

In time for Women’s Day, the artistic outcome of the first call of the Lilly Reich Grant for Equality in Architecture opened at the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion in Barcelona. Running till the 22nd March 2020, the exhibition entitled Re-enactment, carried out by Laura Martínez de Guereñu, aims to put the spotlight on Reich’s overlooked work.

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La Biennale di Venezia Reveals Participants of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition

The 17th International Architecture Exhibition, organized by La Biennale di Venezia will be open to the public from the 23rd of May till the 29th of November 2020. Entitled How will we live together? and curated by Hashim Sarkis, the exhibition’s pre-opening will take place on the 21st and the 22nd of May, while the awards ceremony and inauguration will be held on the 23rd of May 2020.

Osbourne Macharia, "GIKOSH: Example of Photographic art projects involving the creative Millenial within the informal settlements in Nairobi," Keja," 2019. Courtesy Osbourne Macharia. Image Courtesy of La Biennale di VeneziaTUMO Center for Creative Technologies,  TUMO Paris, 2018. © Forum des Images. Image Courtesy of La Biennale di VeneziaSOM, "Moon Village Earth Rise," Life Beyond Earth, 2020. Courtesy SOM | Slashcube GmbH. Image Courtesy of La Biennale di VeneziaPRÁCTICA, "River Somes, Urban Beach," River Somes: Across Communities and Ecosystems, 2017-ongoing. Courtesy PRÁCTICA. Image Courtesy of La Biennale di Venezia+ 16

The Convergence of People, Cities, Nature, and Technology: A Review of the Shenzhen Biennale

December 22nd, 2019 saw the public opening of the 8th Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (UABB) in Shenzhen, China. As the world’s most visited architecture exhibition, the Biennale forms an influential moment for the dissemination of architectural knowledge, and the generation of dialogue and feedback loops between designers and citizens. Titled “Urban Interactions”, the Biennale's 2019 edition sets its sights on the multifaceted question of how technological advancements will impact the relationships cities share with people, technology, nature, and each other.

Pan-Dimensional City / Wang Jianguo. Image © Han Shuang / ArchDailyManufacturing Human / Wang Zigeng. Image © Han Shuang / ArchDailyIndividual Furniture / Sou Fujimoto. Image © Han Shuang / ArchDaily“Nomadic Wood (Looking)” – Philip F. Yuan. Image © UABB+ 25


Contemporary Architecture Exhibition curated by Luca Molinari Studio.

The project curated by Luca Molinari Studio, opened to the public on the 28th of October in Suzhou at the Master of the Nets Garden. The curatorial project aims to create a place where best contemporary culture and the strongest tradition can dialogue.
An experimental way to promote the impressive historical heritage of Suzhou not only in China but also in the world creating something innovative, sensitive and respectful.
Three talented Chinese architects coming from the three best Chinese universities has been invited to open a new form of dialogue with the existing garden


Please join us to celebrate and support the graduating students of the Bachelor and Master of Architecture at UNSW.
The exhibition is a celebration of the creative, technological and innovative explorations of this generation of emerging architects. Fresh and inspiring, ARCH-EX demonstrates the exciting prospects for the future of the profession.

New Exhibition 'I am Interested in Seeing the Future' Opens Today at Fab-Union

Since graduating from the Cooper Union School of Architecture in 1996, Vladimir Belogolovsky has crossed disciplinary boundaries by transitioning from practicing architecture to becoming an exhibition curator and critic to evolving as a conceptual installation artist in his pursuit of continuously scrutinizing two fundamental questions – what is an exhibition and what is architecture?

I am Interested in Seeing the Future is Belogolovsky’s fifth installation of his 'Architects’ Voices' project for which he has interviewed over 300 leading international architects. Here, his focus is on five American and five Chinese architects who discussed with him their intentions, inspirations, dreams, frustrations, and hopes.