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The competition for the Egyptian Pavilion’s curation and installation was won by a group of five young people born between 1991 and 1992
As his buildings become UNESCO World Heritage sites, we present an intimate portrait of the architect at his Parisian home by Rene Burri.
In 1973 Ricardo Bofill discovered a cement factory, an industrial complex from the turn of the century, comprising over thirty silos, underground galleries and huge engine rooms. The factory, abandoned and partially in ruins, was a compendium of industrial forms that could be interpreted as brutalist, romantic, surreal …
Opening at The Photographers' Gallery, the exhibition ‘Made You Look: Dandyism and Black Masculinity’ consists of a selection of photographs from a range of time periods and locations.
The Pergamon Museum is situated on the Museum Island in Berlin. The site was designed by Alfred Messel and Ludwig Hoffmann and was constructed in twenty years, from 1910 to 1930.
"Our interest in stone and its meaning in the construction of forms, proceeds in the internal intervention of a “stone gallery” designed for Fervital-Antolini, recuperating a mnemonic and interpretative atlas of the mineral world".
The magic of the stage related to the impressive architecture of the Teatro Sociale. In a blank space and marked by time, Vaerini proceeds gently almost as an actor. A few gestures, independent from the architecture around, are the punctual lights, dislocated as in a scene on a theatre stage.
Italian architect and designer Alessandro Mendini was invited to furnish the interior of Appartement N°50 in the Unité d’Habitation of Le CORBUSIER in Marseille. The apartment has previously been fitted out by designers including Jasper Morrison, Ronan& Erwan Bouroullec, Konstantin Grcic...
The Japanese-Brazilian artist Tomie Ohtake was always a color lover and when she arrived in Brazil in 1936 she quickly found the home of her dream in Sao Paulo.
Bill Cunningham, the New York Times‘ ubiquitous man-on-the-street photographer whose life and work was the subject of Richard Press’ acclaimed 2010 documentary Bill Cunningham New York, died Saturday 25/6 in New York at 87.