Category list : Exhibition
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This Was Tomorrow: Reinventing Architecture Subscription
A view from This Was Tomorrow exhibition, conceived and curated by UK-based charitable foundation, Drawing Matter.
Shoes and architecture: a walk on the wild side?Subscription
Architects seem to jump at the chance to design a shoe – but despite the rich possibilities they bring to how we move through space, footwear remains an area of untapped spatial potential
‘It seems as though FAT has lost the plot - or at least strayed too far from the territory it best occupies’Subscription
Fat: Duplicate Array
Both artists and architects have used the single-family home to explore universal topics and expand their disciplines in new ways
Just what is it that makes South American architecture so appealing?
An exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park allows for an inhabitation of Henry Moore’s visionary altering of figure and landscape
An exhibition of Boyarsky’s collection gives a vibrant insight into a golden age in the AA’s history
Vkhutemas: The ‘Soviet Bauhaus’Subscription
Architecture, textiles, painting and sculpture were fused in this short-lived haven for experimental practice
Uncovering the forgotten works of MackintoshSubscription
Lesser-known projects question the legacy of Charles Rennie Mackintosh; was he really a lone misunderstood genius, or just a great late Victorian architect?
Strategic speculation in Hong Kong, Istanbul, Lagos, Mumbai, New York and Rio de Janeiro is challenging the architectural profession to rethink itself beyond the realm of building and address policy-making