“Sorry, there are no designers here in Ukraine. There are soldiers/volunteers/civilians.” Approximately one week into the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Kyiv-based architect … More
Organised during Zona Maco Art Week in Mexico City, the exhibition is a temporary oasis taking place in an office building in Polanco.
Born out of a necessity engendered by war in 1940, the Puutalo Oy Housing Consortium was established in Finland to … More
2021 marked the first time the Republic of Uzbekistan participated in the Venice Architecture Biennale. Titled Mahalla: Urban Rural Living, the … More
Mexico City and its surrounding metropolitan area is home to over 21 million people, with 9 million living in the … More
Architect Tatiana Bilbao grew up in the center of Mexico City, in the Colonia Cuauhtémoc, not far from her current office. The city’s vast … More
For the 17th Venice Architecture Biennial, curator Hashim Sarkis posed the question “How will we live together?” During the year … More
The buildings and gardens that the Mexican architect Luis Barragán realized in the second half of his career, from the … More
Curator and self-described “organizer of things” Beatrice Galilee’s new book Radical Architecture of the Future (Phaidon, 2021) is a condensed encyclopedia of Galilee’s … More
Mexico City–based Taller Capital (TC), led by architects José Pablo Ambrosi and Loreta Castro Reguera, is inconspicuously rehabilitating the Mexican urban fabric with public space projects in marginalized areas.