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Designer Playlist: Thom Mayne

Designer Playlist: Thom Mayne

The Pritzker Prize-winning architect on what he’s re-reading and the classical musician he’s fascinated by.

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June 30, 2016

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Designer Books: Shigeru Ban’s Relief Structures

Designer Books: Shigeru Ban’s Relief Structures

Humanitarian Architecture delves into the projects that the Pritzker Prize laureate has created for victims of war and natural disaster.

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March 9, 2015

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The Zaha Effect

The Zaha Effect

The Pritzker Prize laureate wins a competition to design Japan’s New National Stadium in Tokyo and puts her signature on another city.

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April 15, 2013

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Peter Zumthor does the Serpentine

Peter Zumthor does the Serpentine

On the lawn of London’s Kensington Gardens, Pritzker Prize laureate Peter Zumthor will design this year’s pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery.

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April 7, 2011

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10 Exhibitions Around the World To Keep You Inspired

10 Exhibitions Around the World To Keep You Inspired

Because architects and designers are not immune to the winter doldrums, here are 10 must-see exhibitions around the world that will broaden your horizons – all the way to the moon.

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Democratic Umbrella

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Architecture February 15, 2019
Democratic Umbrella

Frei Otto is considered one of the most influential architects of the 20th century. Whilst his work is primarily characterised by constructive boldness and structural lightness, it equally stands for…

Section: Competitions

Tadao Ando: The Challenge

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Exhibitions Paris, France October 10, 2018 - December 31, 2018
Tadao Ando: The Challenge

The Centre Pompidou hosts this major retrospective of the work of Japanese architect Tadao Ando, a key figure in contemporary architecture and a winner of the prestigious Pritzker prize for…

Section: Events

Summer of Brutalism: What To See, Read and Visit

Summer of Brutalism: What To See, Read and Visit

With a major exhibit at MoMA, a new book on Marcel Breuer, and an online campaign to stop demolitions of raw-concrete icons, mid-century Brutalism is on every modernist’s mind. Here are our picks for what to see, read and visit.

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August 1, 2018

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The Substance of Light

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Exhibitions Baden-Baden, Germany June 9, 2018 - October 28, 2018
The Substance of Light

The Frieder Burda Museum in the German city of Baden-Baden will unveil its most elaborate installation ever with the opening of a new exhibition from the famous light artist James Turrell.

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How Living Divani Elevated Dubai’s Muraba Residences

How Living Divani Elevated Dubai’s Muraba Residences

For the Muraba Residences, located on the man-made Palm Jumeira island, RCR Arquitectes used Living Divani furniture to frame views of Dubai’s ever-changing skyline.

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May 28, 2018

In partnership with Living Divani

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