Japanese architect Shigeru Ban has been named 2014 laureate of the Pritzker Architecture Prize. Best-known for projects such as the Cardboard Cathedral in New Zealand
The Architekturzentrum Wien writes architectural (hi)stories: ‘Soviet Modernism 1955 – 1991. Unknown Stories’ explores, for the first time
Architectural pioneer and visionary Zaha Hadid has left a mark with her ground-breaking and innovative work. London’s Serpentine Sackler
Setting the stage for experiencing leading light art artists within an exciting, sensual scene, the Centre for International Light Art
Inside is a stunning group exhibition on the crossroads of art, installation, architecture and design – currently on show at Palais de Tokyo, Paris. It is above all
The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam pays hommage to one of The Netherlands’ best known and widely acclaimed designers: Marcel Wanders.
Known all over the world for his buildings, many of which have attained iconic status, Frank Gehry has revolutionised architecture’s aesthetics, its social
Any need to introduce Munich-based Designer Konstantin Grcic? Probably not. Say Konstantin Grcic and people will immediately think of “Chair _One” or the “Mayday”