Freespace, now in its third month, is an exercise in subjective taste-making rather than research-driven programming.
Venice Architecture Biennale
A Ruin in Reverse raises questions about the future of social housing in London and marks the loss of genuine free space
The pavilion, part of the Venice Architecture Biennale's unofficial offerings, explores the culture—and appropriation—of illicit sexual encounters.
At this year’s edition of the Venice Architecture Biennale, there was little evidence of a discipline coming to grips with pressing issues.
Foster + Partners Designs a Delightfully-Intricate Pavilion for the Vatican at the Venice Architecture Biennale
The humble timber structure, part of the Holy See’s contribution at the Venice Architecture Biennale, opened to the public this weekend.
Metropolis selects the best of this year’s national offerings at the Biennale, which opened to the public officially today.
The Portuguese architect won the prestigious prize for a contemplative chapel he designed for the Vatican's Biennale contribution.
Odile Decq does not shy away from a challenge. The French architect, educator, and feminist is as recognizable for her signature, punk-rock coif as much as she is for her convention-defying…
'We Will Not Stand Silent': 150 Demonstrators Gather at the Venice Biennale To Demand Equity in Architecture
Odile Decq, Martha Thorne, Farshid Moussavi, Jeanne Gang, and others protested this morning to demand equal representation in the architectural profession.
At the Venice Biennale, Jeanne Gang Uses Memphis's Cobblestones to Reflect on Monuments and Messy Civic Histories
Gang calls the installation, which will soon open at the Biennale's U.S. Pavilion, the “antithesis of a man on a horse up on a pedestal.”
This year's exhibition, curated by Shelley McNamara and Yvonne Farrell, promises to celebrate the more ephemeral qualities of architecture—and Venice.
Houses of the Holy: Foster + Partners Reveals Chapel Design for Vatican’s First-Ever Venice Biennale Pavilion
The timber pavilion will be one of ten mini chapels designed on San Giorgio Maggiore on display at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Four decades on, it seems that a reliable definition of architectural Postmodernism still eludes us. A recent book, though flush with historical detail, does little to clarify the term.
Studio Gang, SCAPE, Keller Easterling, Estudio Teddy Cruz + Forman, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Design Earth, and Amanda Williams & Andres L. Hernandez will create the U.S. Pavilion's primary exhibitions.
From the perspective of architecture and design, the migration crisis must go beyond the simple humanitarian impulse, argues Urban-Think Tank.
Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara are both powerful thinkers, considered conversationalists, and unobtrusively groundbreaking designers.
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?
The influential architect-planner reflects on her colorful and analytic use of photography over the decades.
The "droneport" is a humanitarian initiative that seeks to jumpstart and navigate the infrastructural challenges of emerging economies.