A range of architectural maquettes by Francis Kéré, Caruso St. John, Barkow Leibinger, and others demonstrates the breadth of imagination at the exhibition.
Chicago Architecture Biennial
In a new show on view at the Graham Foundation as part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, the artist documents the remnants of a utopian building that never was.
A pivotal portion of the show explores the city in two different axes.
At the Chicago Architecture Biennial, "Here Hear Chicago" marries the dynamism of Cave’s signature “soundsuits” with Gang’s architectural flair.
The biennial officially opens to the public on September 16 and runs through January 7, 2018. Here's your guide to this year's big event.
Architecture can be funny, eliciting a laugh or a smirk. It can have a backstory. It can be a character in an urban drama. But how far do you push it?
The recent popularity of architectural collage has led to a lot of cloning and some groaning. But collage is more than an aesthetic—it helps reconceive space in new, often scenographic ways.
The blob ostensibly obliterated the culture of tectonics within architecture, but it was a short-lived fad. Interest has shifted again toward a loosely “aformal” approach—the pile. What are the consequences of architects piling it up?
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.
We revisit a forgotten chapter in the city's rich architectural history and discover a surprisingly contextual, responsive, and intelligent movement.
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.