The latest iteration of BIO, Ljubljana’s design biennale, aims at the full socialization of design and miraculously succeeds.
As curators of this year's Chicago Architecture Biennial, Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee are prompting participants to look back at the discipline's history.
Despite its journalistic ethos, this year’s Venice Biennale doesn’t pass muster.
At this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale, multiple pavilions grappled with one vital question: What is the future of the home?
Why should the best-located national pavilions, established over a century ago, assume importance by default, while more populous or powerful nations struggle for attention?
The best of the pack stood out by marrying beautiful design with stimulating, politically urgent content.
The German pavilion spotlights the country's refugee crisis and its impact on housing infrastructure.
The director of this summer's Venice Architecture Biennale discusses the impact architects can have at the global and local levels.
The "State of the Art of Architecture" generally delivers on its promise to expand our definition of architecture as a cultural art.
The particularities of place and context should be among architects' foremost preoccupations, say the Mexico City-based designers.
Chicago-based architects Design With Company on why buildings should reframe and celebrate the everyday
The Spanish architect Andrés Jaque explains how architecture's role has changed in light of shifts in our political landscape.
The biennial's directors discuss how the event will act as R&D for architecture and design.
The biennial's organizers reveal details of the inaugural event's programming.
All the highlights, misses, and surprises from architecture's biggest event
The architect has big plans for this year's biennial. Will it be radically removed from previous programs, as Koolhaas suggests?