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on 23/09/16

Tomorrow, 24 September 2016, the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History & Culture will be dedicated in Washington, DC. To celebrate its much-anticipated opening, we present ten facts on the project through photos of the completed building. John Hill


Found
on 14/09/16

An Occupation of Loss, an installation and performance piece designed by OMA/Shohei Shigematsu in collaboration with artist Taryn Simon, runs at New York's Park Avenue Armory from 13 to 25 September 2016. John Hill


Found
on 07/09/16

For a short three weeks – from 1 to 26 September 2016 – Philip Johnson's iconic Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut, is covered in bright red polka dots courtesy of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. John Hill


Found
on 24/08/16

German architect J. Mayer H. unveiled his new installation, XXX TIMES SQUARE WITH LOVE, in New York City's Times Square this morning. The pink seats reference the X-shaped street inersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue as well as the adult theaters that once populated... John Hill


Headlines
on 08/08/16

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has released new renderings of Swiss architect Peter Zumthor's design for their $600 million expansion. John Hill


Found
on 15/07/16

Sharing Models: Manhattanisms, a new exhibition at the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York City, presents 30 visions for the city by 30 international architects. John Hill


Found
on 08/07/16

The Euro Cup finals take place on Sunday with Portugal squaring off against France on its home turf in Saint-Denis. André Chiote, an illustrator who happens to live in Oporto, Portugal, has depicted a few of the Euro Cup venues in his distinctive style. John Hill


Found
on 05/07/16

Over the weekend the National Building Museum (NBM) in Washington, DC, opened ICEBERGS, an installation designed by James Corner Field Operations for the museum's huge Great Hall. John Hill


Found
on 27/06/16

World-Architects stopped by the New York Public Library's new 53rd Street Library this morning for its opening. Designed by Enrique Norten of TEN Arquitectos, the library is highlighted by an amphitheater visible from the street. John Hill


Found
on 21/06/16

For the first time the Venice Architecture Biennale includes three Special Projects, one focused on applied arts. A World of Fragile Parts, curated by Brendan Cormier of London's Victoria and Albert Museum, explores the production of copies in the 21st century. John Hill


Found
on 10/06/16

The colorful Weaving the Courtyard, Escobedo Solíz Studio's winning design in MoMA PS1's 17th annual Young Architects Program (YAP), recently opened to the public in Long Island City, Queens. John Hill


Headlines
on 08/06/16

The US Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale, curated by Cynthia Davidson and Monice Ponce de Leon, sets its aim at Detroit to exhibit twelve speculative architectural projects for the post-industrial American city. John Hill


Headlines
on 08/06/16

The Nordic Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale goes by the theme In Therapy: Nordic Countries Face to Face and features a wooden ziggurat that allows visitors to get close to the concrete beams of Sverre Fehn's 1962 masterpiece. John Hill


Found
on 07/06/16

Studio Olafur Eliasson has inserted three installations in the gardens of the Palace of Versailles as part of his summer residency that runs from 7 June to 30 October 2016. John Hill


Found
on 06/06/16

The Japanese Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale goes by the theme En: art of nexus to explore the changes taking place in Japan as new communities and architecture based on sharing appear. John Hill


Found
on 06/06/16

The Korean Pavilion of the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale focuses on how the country's architects "perform a high-wire balancing act" between the Seoul metropolitan area's high land values and the government's strict building regulatory system. John Hill


Headlines
on 04/06/16

In the run-up to the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale, Christian Kerez did not disclose many details about his intervention in the Swiss Pavilion. Having visited it, we are slightly disillusioned. Jenny Keller


Headlines
on 03/06/16

At this year’s Architecture Biennale in Venice contributions at the Arsenale and many of the Giardini exhibitions deal with major topics like climate change, urbanization and dwindling resources, while other contributions, including Russia, remain very national. Katinka Corts


Headlines
on 03/06/16

BLUE is the title of this year’s Biennale contribution at the Dutch Pavilion. It thematizes Dutch UN missions in Mali, Africa. Inge Beckel


Found
on 02/06/16

The Australian Pavilion at the Biennale deals with the motto of Reporting from the Front – as predetermined by general curator Alejandro Aravena – in a rather pragmatic way, at least at first glance. The topic addressed: the pool. Inge Beckel


Found
on 02/06/16

Peru's national pavilion, Our Amazon Frontline, received a special mention in the awards of the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale. John Hill


Found
on 01/06/16

The Pavilion of Slovenia at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale is a wooden structure filled with books that goes under the title Home at Arsenale: a curated library addressing the notions of home and dwelling. John Hill


Found
on 27/05/16

C+S Architects' contribution to the Reporting from the Front exhibition at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale focuses on the challenges of building enriching school facilities near Venice; a colorful, fun ramp expresses their approach to that typology. John Hill


Found
on 26/05/16

Three of the most impressive structures within Reporting from the Front, the exhibition directed by Alejandro Aravena, are masonry vaults: one made from brick and "unqualified labor"; one made from unreinforced, cut stone; and one made from clay tile and built by students. John Hill


Found
on 25/05/16

Transsolar's contribution to this year's Venice Architecture Biennale, "Lightscapes: Local Identity – Exploring a Forgotten Resource," creates visible rays of light in the Arsenale as a means of merging technology with local knowledge. John Hill


Found
on 25/05/16

The introductory room in the 15th International Architecture Exhibition: Reporting from the Front, directed by Alejandro Aravena, is made from 100 tons of waste dismantled from the 2015 Art Biennale. John Hill


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on 24/05/16

World-Architects is in Venice to cover the 15th International Architecture Exhibition: Reporting from the Front, directed by this year's Pritzker Architecture Prize winner, Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena. John Hill


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on 17/05/16

World-Architects took a quick jaunt through ICFF, which took place at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York from May 14th to 17th. A couple standouts shared circular geometries. John Hill


Found
on 13/05/16

Twenty works by teamLab, a group of "ultra-technologists" from Tokyo, are on display until July 21st at PACE Art + Technology in Menlo Park, California, including the immersive, constantly changing Flowers and People, Cannot be Controlled but Live Together – A... John Hill


Found
on 11/05/16

Today the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris unveiled a temporary work by Daniel Buren that covers the glass "sails" of the Frank Gehry-designed museum with a checkerboard of filters in thirteen colors. John Hill


Found
on 03/05/16

Yesterday World-Architects got a sneak peek at the Manus x Machina exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute. Opening to the public on May 5th, the exhibition design is by OMA New York. John Hill


Found
on 29/04/16

The 2016 tour season at the Philip Johnson Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut, begins on Sunday with Yayoi Kusama: Narcissus Garden, a landscape installation that celebrates the 110th anniversary of Philip Johnson’s birth and the 10th anniversary of his estate opening to... John Hill


Found
on 28/04/16

Through the simplest of means, Barcelona-based street artist Pejac has been leaving his distinctive imprint on the buildings of Al Hussein, a Palestinian refugee camp in Amman, Jordan. John Hill


Found
on 14/04/16

Oops, he did it again: For the second time, "conceptual photographer" Xavier Delory has virtually changed the architecture of a Le Corbusier building, covering the surfaces of the Chapel in Ronchamp with murals from Villa E-1027 on the Côte d’Azur. John Hill, Jenny Keller


Found
on 12/04/16

As part of "Rotterdam celebrates the city!" this spring, Winy Maas and MVRDV have designed a giant staircase with 180 steps leading from Stationsplein, outside Rotterdam Central Station’s entrance, to the top of the Groot Handelsgebouw, an important building from the... John Hill


Found
on 01/04/16

With the sudden passing of Zaha Hadid yesterday at the age of 65, we look back at some of the Pritzker Prize-winning architect's signifcant works through the unmistakable, dazzling, and often... John Hill


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