by Anushka Sharma Nov 27, 2023
Based in Montreal, Canada, the former city hall is restored and transformed into a striking melting pot of the past and the present.
by Sukanya Deb Nov 27, 2023
The artist invites the viewer into an animistic scenography, using religious and mythological symbols, amidst political instability in Myanmar.
by Zohra Khan Nov 25, 2023
A piece of land equivalent to the size of three soccer fields next to the Royal Danish Opera in Copenhagen is now a green oasis with six gardens, greenhouse and a café.
by Amit Gupta Jul 01, 2021
Explore STIRpad, our brand NEW digital launch pad to help creators, studios, galleries and manufacturers share and demonstrate their NEW collections, exhibitions, special projects, new designs, collaborations, milestones and much more...
by Anmol Ahuja Nov 24, 2023
The biennial celebration of digital culture returned to Lincoln amid anticipation and local fanfare, with multidisciplinary digital artworks centred around the theme of ‘Emergence’.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Nov 17, 2023
Relying on universally available materials, Tadao Ando-designed MPavilion 10 presents a unique response to its place inside Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens.
by Almas Sadique Nov 10, 2023
The book, edited by Elizabeth Cox, delineates the stories of both colonial and indigenous women in New Zealand, with respect to the discipline of architecture.
by Anmol Ahuja Nov 13, 2023STIR charts a critical review of how digital and media interfaces may transpose urban experience and identity in the new multimedia exhibition at the Borough Yards in London.
by Anmol Ahuja Nov 22, 2023
In the inaugural edition of the Metaverse Architecture Biennale, ZHA principal Patrik Schumacher, curator Sergey Nadtochiy, and STIR’s Amit Gupta ruminate upon the “presence of the future”.
by Aarthi Mohan Nov 22, 2023
In a conversation with STIR, Japanese architect Tsuyoshi Tane digs into the soul of architecture, weaving memories into the fabric of our future spaces.
by Zohra Khan Nov 17, 2023
The Ghanaian architect and academic discusses the need to confront design with a questioning lens, and the intertwining of architecture and politics in his practice.
by Jincy Iype Nov 17, 2023
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