As the 2010 Biennale winds up over in Venice, Kieran Long asks where the old-fashioned troublemaking was in Kazuyo Sejima’s good-taste, tranquilising exhibition.
The shopping-and-sisterhood blockbuster is a vitally important text on the commodification of the city. And shoes.
This year’s Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, by French architect Jean Nouvel, was unveiled yesterday in London’s Hyde Park.
Seven new architecture books come under the microscope, covering topics from Cedric Price and planning to struts and situationists.
Conversation between architect Julien de Smedt and Joseph Grima, director of New York’s Storefront for Art and Architecture.
Conversation between architectural historian Charles Jencks and architects Farshid Moussavi and Marjan Colletti, with questions from the floor.
The Monument to the Third International – better known as Tatlin’s Tower, after its creator, Vladimir Tatlin – is one of the most influential structures never built.
Pow! Zap! Bjarke Ingels’ comic book manifesto reveals the Danish architect as an exciting, excitable, new action hero, says William Wiles.
You can roll the Prada Transformer like a four-sided die, and you'll get a different building every time.
Having an entire country as your sandpit often gives tyrants delusions of architecture. North Korea's dictator has even put his theories on paper.