Feb 24, 2022
by Anmol Ahuja Feb 24, 2022
Conceived as a personal project during COVID lockdowns, the British designer's series of illustrations celebrates the vibrant spirit of postmodern icons in architecture.
Jan 15, 2022
by Jincy Iype Jan 15, 2022
STIR revisits some of Ricardo Bofill’s most iconic works, including Walden-7 and La Muralla Roja, to celebrate one of the most influential architects of post modernism on his passing.
Oct 23, 2021
by Jerry Elengical Oct 23, 2021
Now transformed into a museum, the structure is regarded as a significant part of the postmodern architectural canon in London, having served as the Jencks family home.
Aug 12, 2021
by Jerry Elengical Aug 12, 2021
The 1000-seater cinema hall in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, employs postmodern references to local architectural landmarks in a playful and instantly memorable design scheme.
Jun 21, 2022
by STIRworld Jun 21, 2022
In the exhibition Everything Flows, Zaha Hadid Design recollects its pioneering works alongside the celebration of completing a decade of the Roca London Gallery.
Apr 18, 2022
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Apr 18, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky speaks with Robert Stern about his new autobiography, Between Memory and Invention, to define his place in architecture and how he influenced it.
Mar 15, 2022
by Pallavi Mehra Mar 15, 2022
Titled Paolo Pallucco: Luck and Sex. That’s all., the show at Ketabi Projects in Paris takes viewers on a journey through the radical furniture designer’s illustrious career.
Jun 20, 2021
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Jun 20, 2021
On Charles Jencks' 82nd birth anniversary, the writer shares his 2013 interview with the landscape designer about his thoughts on starchitecture and global tendencies.
Nov 03, 2020
by Dilpreet Bhullar Nov 03, 2020
The Tin Man Was A Dreamer at Vancouver Art Gallery traced the representation of power through a series of mediums belonging to the different time-periods of art history.
Oct 01, 2020
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 01, 2020
Vladimir Belogolovsky reviews the 1980 seminal Modern Architecture: A Critical History, arguably the most authoritative architectural treatise undertaken by a single author.
Sep 09, 2020
by Dilpreet Bhullar Sep 09, 2020
The exhibition at Helmut Newton Foundation showcases the works of 13 photographers to talk about the commonality between performance, photography and permanency.
Jul 25, 2020
by Jones John Jul 25, 2020
The photographer’s genre-bending explorations in the contemporary ink tradition were part of an Art Basel pop-up exhibition at Alisan Fine Arts.
May 11, 2020
by John Jervis May 11, 2020
John Jervis writes about the people and ideas that shaped the world’s most successful art gallery, and how it will need to find a new approach in a world of reduced tourism.
May 16, 2023
by Vladimir Belogolovsky May 16, 2023
Vladimir Belogolovsky talks to Yung Ho Chang who together with Zhang Xin and Pan Shiyi, the co-founders of SOHO China, brought modern architecture into the country.
Mar 31, 2023
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Mar 31, 2023
Vladimir Belogolovsky reviews Owen Hopkins's new book Brutalists: Brutalism’s Best Architects and finds it refreshing in its focus on architects and broad representation.
Mar 24, 2023
by Jeroen Junte Mar 24, 2023
Droog, that changed the perspective of design, returns to Milan for the very last time with the show Droog30: Design or Non-Design? at the Triennale di Milano.
Mar 10, 2023
by Jerry Elengical Mar 10, 2023
STIR speaks to Nadejda Bartels and Chiara Spangaro, co-curators of the exhibition on the late Italian architect’s graphic work at the Museum For Architectural Drawing in Berlin.
Dec 27, 2022
by Pooja Suresh Hollannavar Dec 27, 2022
Malik Architecture renounces familiarity of steel and concrete in favour of Rajasthan's historic relationship with sandstone, carving out a contemporary home for its habitants.
Dec 19, 2022
by Almas Sadique Dec 19, 2022
The Milanese apartment, renovated by the Italian design collective, boasts of a retinue of products, designed by Ettore Sottsass and other prominent designers.
Dec 09, 2022
by STIRworld Dec 09, 2022
Designers delve into curating a virtual fabric with regards to Aldo Rossi’s work for the fifth edition of Space Popular: Search history, as part of the Studio Visit program curated by Domitilla Dardi.
Dec 05, 2022
by Dhwani Shanghvi Dec 05, 2022
Dance House Helsinki, by Finnish practices JKMM Architects and ILO architects, is a remodelling and extension project that aims to seamlessly merge the old and the new.
Nov 22, 2022
by Sunena V Maju Nov 22, 2022
As MODA hosts the exhibition, Close to the Edge: The Birth of Hip-Hop Architecture, STIR speaks with the curator of the exhibition, Sekou Cooke about the design movement.
Nov 17, 2022
by Jerry Elengical Nov 17, 2022
Set to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup ceremony on November 20, and the event’s opening match, the 60,000-capacity stadium has a tent-like design inspired by nomadic dwellings.
Nov 16, 2022
by Zohra Khan Nov 16, 2022
Speaking with STIR, the French experimentalist discusses the premise of his book, Architecture for Disquiet Bodies – "an archipelago of ideas, tests and experiences."
Nov 16, 2022
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Nov 16, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky talks to Constantin Boym, a New York City-based architect-turned-designer who expresses big architectural ideas in small forms.
Nov 15, 2022
by Jincy Iype Nov 15, 2022
A portmanteau formed of 'north' and 'vertigo', Nortigo is an architectural photography series by Pygmalion Karatzas documenting specific buildings and their elements across the US.
Nov 14, 2022
by Anmol Ahuja Nov 14, 2022
In a multifarious, layered conversation with Sebastien Ricard of WilkinsonEyre, STIR examines the newly opened Battersea Power Station in retrospect and the afterlife of its industrial heritage.
Nov 12, 2022
by STIRworld Nov 12, 2022
The black exterior of the MEV Cabin nestled deep in the Laurentian Forest in Canada contrasts cinematically with its kaleidoscopic insides that pay homage to the colourful ethos of Memphis.
Sep 02, 2022
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Sep 02, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky writes about Felix Novikov (1927-2022), the architect who coined the term “Soviet modernism” in reference to Soviet architecture’s period from 1955 to 1985.
Aug 25, 2022
by Dhwani Shanghvi Aug 25, 2022
The design exhibition, Dismantling Building = A Kit of Parts showcases the idea of a fundamental figure-ground representation through formal explorations as seen in the plan.
Aug 15, 2022
by Anmol Ahuja Aug 15, 2022
Presenting building constituents and finishes didactically as they are, this renovation of a concrete shell by DDAA revels in details and joineries, morphing greys into material showcases.
Jun 27, 2022
by Jerry Elengical Jun 27, 2022
Architectural Bureau G.Natkevicius & Partners has married exposed concrete massing with greenery to mediate the structure’s bold presence in the neighbouring urban landscape.
Apr 29, 2022
by STIRworld Apr 29, 2022
Chasing Andy Warhol, an immersive walk tour based on the life of the late American artist, is currently taking place in New York's East Village.
Mar 30, 2022
by Natalia Torija Nieto Mar 30, 2022
In Ukraine, curators, artists, musicians now double as drivers, volunteers and fighters. Planeta Ukrain voices their hope for life, and participation at the 23rd Triennale Milano. A tribute.
Mar 01, 2022
by Devanshi Shah Mar 01, 2022
The dual exhibitions at The MET, NY, and the HNI in Rotterdam illustrate a narrative that connects Disney’s inspiration and his continued influence on contemporary design.
Jan 31, 2022
by Rahul Kumar Jan 31, 2022
Stealthily created The Unfiltered History Tour by Dentsu Webchutney and VICE World News raises questions about objects in a museum and the narrative of the community of its origin.
Jan 21, 2022
by Jerry Elengical Jan 21, 2022
The Paris-based firm has created a trio of structures in wood and concrete at the historic Domaine de Bayssan Estate, to replace temporary marquees that had occupied the site.
Nov 30, 2021
by Devanshi Shah Nov 30, 2021
Here We Are! Women in Design 1900 – Today charts a linear map of the impact of women on design through the ages.
Nov 09, 2021
by Devanshi Shah Nov 09, 2021
A parallel look at two RIBA's annual Stephen Lawrence Prize shortlisted projects by London-based Craftworks and Denizen Works.
Nov 08, 2021
by Jerry Elengical Nov 08, 2021
Laden with interesting propositions, this wellness hotel designed by studio noa* network of architecture reveals a set of gabled, timber-clad structures complementing its context.
Oct 28, 2021
by STIRworld Oct 28, 2021
Galerie Philia’s latest exhibition in New York, called First Times, impresses with an extensive plethora of designs from world over that transcend formal, stylistic, and historical barriers.
Sep 13, 2021
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Sep 13, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky speaks with Sri Lankan–British engineer, architect, designer, and artist Cecil Balmond about being original, poetic, and improvisational.
Jun 28, 2021
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jun 28, 2021
The curatorial-archival practice of Morad Montazami, director of Zamân Books & Curating, aims to extricate the critical vocabulary on Southern Modernism from the western domination.
Jun 10, 2021
by Aastha D. Jun 10, 2021
Marcelo Spina and Georgina Huljich's new book - Mute Icons-and Other Dichotomies on the Real in Architecture - brings alive the meanings of architectural form in new and unexpected ways.
May 14, 2021
by Zohra Khan May 14, 2021
Discover the lesser-known side of the Israeli industrial designer on UNSCRIPTED – an original series of video conversations documenting the stories that are not scripted yet.
Apr 06, 2021
by Jincy Iype Apr 06, 2021
Eis is a German architectural student and photographer who reimagines dull grey cityscapes to be filled with whimsical, colourful buildings with his Formalismus series.
Dec 18, 2020
by John Jervis Dec 18, 2020
The exhibition Memphis: Plastic Field in the British town of Milton Keynes explores the group's playful, provocative spirit as it showcases over 150 pieces from the 1980s design movement.
Oct 02, 2020
by John Jervis Oct 02, 2020
On Danish architect Bjarke Ingels’ 46th birthday, the website of his practice aptly lists a total of 46 projects completed by the firm. John Jervis observes the BIG phenomenon.
Sep 04, 2020
by Jones John Sep 04, 2020
At the turn of the 20th century, a national artform would emerge for a new India, with it a new art education, and at the helm of these currents was one man, Abanindranath Tagore.
Aug 08, 2020
by Devanshi Shah Aug 08, 2020
The first private architecture gallery in Europe and one to showcase major architects in their early years, Berlin-based Aedes is celebrating 40 years of its conception this year.
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