by Zohra Khan Jun 02, 2020
by Darshana Ramdev Jun 01, 2020
A group show at DMA in downtown Dallas, Texas, explores the idea of intimate spaces, taking inspiration from philosopher Gaston Bachelard’s seminal work, The Poetics of Space.
by STIRworld Jun 01, 2020
On the death of revered artist Christo Vladimirov Javacheff, STIR remembers the man known for his monumental works of art, and the site-specific installation in Italy, The Floating Piers.
by Jincy Iype May 29, 2020
Villa Korup rests amid Danish woods, its three-legged low volume clad in cross laminated timber, steel and glass; constructed in just three days using off-site prefabrication.
by Jones John May 29, 2020
The exhibition titled New Visions presents some of the most experimental pioneers of the photographic medium at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter in Norway.
by Meghna Mehta May 28, 2020
Architect Martin Rubenstein uses natural materials and simple details to create a weekend bush retreat that merges into surrounding greens of the Cathedral Range State Park, Melbourne.
by Dilpreet Bhullar May 26, 2020
Moroccan artist Mohamed Melehi’s art is rooted in the regional tradition of Casablanca Art School, yet never far from the spatial-temporal axis of a transnational network.
by Zohra Khan May 26, 2020
With stone walls, chestnut pergolas and a pool garden, Villa Mandra in the Aleomandra hill of the Mykonos island embraces an opportunity for rest, reflection and exploration.
by Meghna Mehta May 26, 2020
With its minimalist, brutalist effect of exposed concrete and an artistic exterior, House Taurus in Point Piper, Australia, stands by the Sydney harbour as a symbol of new energy.
by Sukanya Garg May 25, 2020
STIR speaks to Tokyo's teamLab about their immersive work 'teamLab SuperNature', exploring new perceptions of the post-COVID world through continuity between man and nature.
by Zohra Khan May 22, 2020
Drawing from the idea of holes inside a block of cheese, the studio envisions a set of fluid, open and semi-open learning spaces in an educational campus for the Delhi Public School.
by Utkarsh May 21, 2020
The first of a two-part feature on the filmmaker duo, who work together under the moniker OJOBOCA, explores their artistic practice of ‘Orrorism’ and how that relates to their cinema.
by Jincy Iype May 21, 2020
Bjarke Ingels Group designs the glass and steel clad Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet, its double spiral form set within the undulating landscape of the Swiss village Le Brassus.
by Malaika Vaz Apr 10, 2020
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