Kwong Von Glinow's model (Courtesy Kwong Von Glinow)

Winners on view for the 2018 Architectural League Prize

The 2018 Architectural League Prize winners are now on view at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at the Parsons School of Design, running through August 4. By Alex Wong “How might we determine the facts and values that motivate the production of architecture in a post-truth...
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London Festival of Architecture 2017 looks at memory | Wallpaper*

The 2017 London Festival of Architecture brings nostalgia and memory to the fore By Harriet Thorpe The London Festival of Architecture returns for its 13th edition, running from 1 – 30 June, centred on the theme of ‘memory’ and directed by Tamsie Thomson, previously director of...
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Parallax Gap – American Architecture Celebrated on Smithsonian Gallery Ceilings | ArchDaily

by Niall Patrick Walsh Art is not confined to gallery walls. The concept of art displayed on ceilings stretches back to the Renaissance, perhaps most notably the Sistine Chapel ceiling by Michelangelo. The Renaissance tradition of Trompel’oeil ceilings went further, using an...
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CANNING DOCK/MANN ISLAND LIVERPOOL WATERFRONT DEC 2011 Author: calflier001

Riba to open national architecture gallery in Liverpool – FT.com

The Liverpool waterfront, one of Britain’s most distinguished and recognisable skylines, is to be augmented by a new exhibition space dedicated to architecture. The Royal Institute of British Architects is to open RIBA North on Liverpool’s Mann Island in August. The new centre...
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Mavericks: Royal Academy exhibition

British architecture needs mavericks more than ever, says RA curator

Nonconformists have a crucial role in shaping British architecture, says the curator of a new Royal Academy exhibition on the work of 12 “maverick” architects. The exhibition Mavericks: Breaking the Mould of British Architecture is on show at London’s Royal...
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