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Venice Biennale

Prefab Corp at the Russian Pavilion, Venice Biennale

Venice, modernity, and prefabricated panel systems

9-Jun-2014

Adrian Forty views the national pavilions’ exploration of modernity through the looking glass of prefabicated panels

Zaha Hadid Architects

Venice preview: Zaha Hadid Architects

16-Aug-2012

Pleats and lightweight shells

FAT Architects

Venice preview: FAT Architects

16-Aug-2012

The fake and the authentic

Foster + Partners

Venice preview: Norman Foster

16-Aug-2012

A gathering at the Gateway

Gort Scott

Venice preview: Gort Scott

16-Aug-2012

Thames to Tooting

Haworth Tomkins, Lynch Architects and Eric Parry Architects

Venice preview: Haworth Tompkins, Lynch Architects and Eric Parry Architects

16-Aug-2012

Working within the peculiarity of London

Grafton Architects and Paulo Mendes da Rocha

Venice preview: Grafton Architects and Paulo Mendes da Rocha

16-Aug-2012

Infrastructure and landscape

Shifting Ground (Beyond National Architecture)

Shifting Ground (Beyond National Architecture)

[The Irish Pavilion: Heneghan Peng Architects] This year’s exhibit looks at architecture’s relation to networks of products, data, and knowledge. It asks how a global architecture could be grounded culturally, philosophically and spatially

Venice

Venice preview: Introduction

Emily Booth previews Common Ground, the 13th International Architecture Exhibition

The British Pavilion at Venice. Photo: John Riddy. Copyright British Council

FAT team bags Venice 2014 Biennale jackpot

1-Aug-2013

The British Council has chosen a team led by FAT Architecture to design the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2014

Venice

Venice preview: British pavilion

16-Aug-2012

The British Council’s Venice Takeaway asked architects to undertake study trips and bring back new models for British architectural practice. This is what they found. Text by British Pavilion curators Vicky Richardson and Vanessa Norwood

Animating education: Learning from Rio de Janeiro

Animating education: Learning from Rio de Janeiro

16-Aug-2012

[Aberrant Architecture] ‘Aberrant proposes that standardising school design will reduce costs and ensure accessibility to all students’

Paper Architecture

Paper Architecture

16-Aug-2012

[Ross Anderson and Anna Gibb] ‘In the ’80s, a Russian group sought to escape restrictions of the regime by entering forbidden competitions’

New [Socialist] Village

New [Socialist] Village

16-Aug-2012

[Darryl Chen] ‘Caochangdi has a thriving mixed-income community making it an anomaly among the city’s mega-developments’

Internationale Bauausstellung Belfast

Internationale Bauausstellung Belfast

16-Aug-2012

[Forum for Alternative Belfast] ‘Does Belfast need a far-sighted urban renewal project like West Berlin’s Internationale Bauausstellung?’

Internationale Bauausstellung Belfast

The Dutch Way

16-Aug-2012

[dRMM]’ IJburg, a small prototype floating community, is thriving under an advanced culture of planning and design’

The image of the architect: an Open Charter

The image of the architect: an Open Charter

16-Aug-2012

[Public Works, Urban Projects Bureau, Owen Pritchard] ‘The image of the architect and the profession’s role varies around the world, from Bangkok to Ebbw Vale’

Fideicomiso!

Fideicomiso!

16-Aug-2012

[Elias Redstone] ‘Redstone flew to Argentina to investigate how architects were developing projects following an economic crisis’

British Standard, Lagos Exception

British Standard, Lagos Exception

16-Aug-2012

[Liam Ross and Tolulope Onabolu] As UK architects complain of over-regulation, this study looks at how Lagos distributes risk and responsibility

British Exploratory Land Archive

British Exploratory Land Archive

16-Aug-2012

[Smout Allen & BLDGBLOG] ‘The Centre for Land Use Interpretation aims to record human interaction with the earth’s surface’

People, nature & place

People, nature & place

16-Aug-2012

[Takero Shimazaki/Toh Shimazaki Architecture] ‘Shimazaki examined the idea that negotiations with the client may lead to architecture that is compromised’

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