“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
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.
First launched in 2019, Extraperlo is an annual exhibition that takes place in the Madrid home and studio of designer Jorge … More