The Rise and Rise of Pop-Up Architecture – Curbed

How temporary design became mainstream by Marni Epstein-Mervis For five weeks in August and September 2015, street artist Banksy opened a dystopian theme park with Disney-esque castles and theme rides in the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare in southwest England. Attractions...
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Vantablack grown on tinfoil by Surrey NanoSystems

Which star architect will be first to use blackest of black material?

Maker of spray-on version of Vantablack working with “global architects” as well as Anish Kapoor by Javier Pes The British company developing the uses of a super black, light absorbent material called Vantablack S-VIS is working with leading architects as well as the British...
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Equality still serious issue in US architecture say female architects

by Anna Winston for DeZeen Women are being driven out or held back from careers in architecture by long hours, childcare, unequal pay and the likelihood of being passed over for promotion, according to a major new survey by the American Institute of Architects released to...
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