by STIRworld Mar 23, 2022
Talking Galleries’ renowned art business symposium will take place at Gilder Lehrman Hall at The Morgan Library & Museum in New York this April.
by Shraddha Nair Mar 17, 2022
In celebration of the Smithsonian’s 175th anniversary in Washington DC, the India-born artist and architect Suchi Reddy fuses art and technology to discuss our future in a magical manner.
by Jincy Iype Feb 01, 2022
CEBRA architecture conceives the new, subterranean Skamlingsbanken visitor centre in Denmark in fellowship with nature, as an architectural portal into the site’s history.
by Zohra Khan Jan 28, 2022
Lauded for its exemplar 'architecture of humanity and protection', the Friendship Hospital by Kashef Mahboob Chowdhury has been adjudged as the new building of the year by RIBA.
by Shraddha Nair Jan 17, 2022
The Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at NOMA, Louisiana, Katie Pfohl, and multimedia American artist, Dawn DeDeaux, speak with STIR about climate change and the art practice.
by Anne Feenstra, Rabita Shakya Jan 15, 2022
'Design with nature’ is the quintessential guiding principle for a collaborative team in the Himalayan mountain range.
by Jerry Elengical Jan 07, 2022
As an exploration of repurposing mass produced items, the project by Liang-Jung Chen-headed studio ii (initial initiatives) poses questions on smart fabrication and upcycling.
by Rahul Mehrotra Dec 28, 2021
Is architecture, in its compulsive drive to create the autonomous object, inherently hardening the thresholds separating it from other disciplines?
by Vidur Sethi Dec 23, 2021
In the Court for Intergenerational Climate Crimes in Amsterdam, writer-lawyer Radha D’Souza and artist Jonas Staal mount a large-scale installation in the form of a tribunal.
by Rahul Kumar Dec 20, 2021
Exploring two distinct artistic practices in textile and clay that create intricate works, evoking a sense of awe for flora and fauna of our planet.
by Jincy Iype Nov 18, 2021
ecoLogicStudio sets examples of resilient infrastructures and restoring ecosystems with an inflatable air purifying machine and a green architectural system, at COP26 this year.
by Shraddha Nair Nov 08, 2021
Between Wounds and Folds on view at Smack Mellon New York initiates a difficult conversation around meat and global warming.
by STIRworld Nov 01, 2021
Instituted by Prince William and the United Kingdom’s Royal Foundation, the inaugural edition of the Earthshot Prize revealed five winners in a glittering ceremony in London.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 04, 2021
The art practice of London-born Colombian multidisciplinary artist, Carolina Caycedo, certainly speaks to the world of art, but also raises a protest against exploiters of environment.
by Jerry Elengical Oct 04, 2021
On the occasion of World Architecture Day, STIR presents a selection of projects that reflect the concerns of public space, housing, and climate change highlighted this year.
by Jincy Iype Sep 23, 2021
Dorte Mandrup’s climate research and visitor centre sits light on a glacial and rugged Greenlandic bedrock, its twisting form like “a snowy owl’s flight through the landscape”.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Sep 13, 2021
Irish photographer Richard Mosse's retrospective exhibition, Displaced, is a visual walkthrough of the difficult terrains to talk about migration, conflict, and climate change.
by Devanshi Shah Jul 30, 2021
A special presentation at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2021, Future Assembly is an exhibition within an exhibition that explores the collaborative nature of design.
by Aastha D. Jul 12, 2021
STIR speaks with Elisabeth Falkensteiner and Baerbel Mueller, the curators for Ecologies and Politics of the Living at the Vienna Biennale that aims to inspire alternative imaginations.
by Jerry Elengical Jun 23, 2021
'Small is Beautiful' presents solutions against climate change put forth by leading Indian designers across the domains of cleanAir, cleanEarth, cleanEnergy, cleanWater, and Forest.
by Jincy Iype Jun 21, 2021
3XN’s Lemvig Klimatorium is a waterfront climate centre designed with a limited budget and ecological footprint, made distinct with a wavy wooden pocket on its skin.
by Jerry Elengical Jun 07, 2021
As the Global Goals Pavilion at the 2021 London Design Biennale, the interactive installation featuring birdsong and music invites visitors to learn and engage with the UN Goals for 2030.
by Rahul Kumar Jun 04, 2021
At a solo presentation titled (Un) Containable Life, at 1x1 Art Gallery in Dubai, artist Sonia Mehra Chawla showcases a transmedia practice that included her works from 2013-2020.
by Aastha D. Jun 02, 2021
From installations to public buildings, the Berlin-based J. Mayer H. experiments with interventions that perform a new kind of design responsive engagement.
by Aastha D. May 19, 2021
Can architecture act as a measure in which the simultaneity of the planetary and the quotidian are read together?
by Jerry Elengical May 05, 2021
Reflecting 98.1% of sunlight and deflecting harmful infrared heat, this paint developed by researchers at Purdue University, USA is the ‘whitest white’ and the coolest shade recorded.
by Rahul Kumar Apr 27, 2021
Sagmeister presents the idea of long-term thinking and a positive outlook to world events through his art in a solo exhibition, Beautiful Numbers, at Thomas Erben Gallery in New York.
by Nivedita Jayaram Pawar Mar 16, 2021
The ‘8th Continent’, a floating station prototype, won the 2020 Grand Prix Award for Architecture and Innovation of the Sea for offering a unique solution to the environmental crisis.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Feb 24, 2021
Political struggles and ecological issues are dovetailed for the curators of Taipei Biennial 2020, titled ‘You and I don’t live on the same planet— New Diplomatic Encounter’.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Feb 10, 2021
The 'water' theme at the core of Rhe: everything flows draws a parallel between water movement across borders and culture’s ability to permeate human life despite distances.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jan 08, 2021
Photographer Ellie Davies, who has been living in Dorset for the last five years, has forest as a recurring motif in her photography to retrace the coexistence of human life and nature.
by Meghna Mehta Oct 31, 2020
The tower design by NUDES opens collaborative opportunities with the Silicon Valley in US to address water harvesting and place-making through architecture and engineering.
by Devanshi Shah Oct 31, 2020
STIR speaks exclusively with the recently appointed Chair of Department of Urban Planning and Design at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
by STIRworld Oct 24, 2020
London-based Baca Architects have utilised their expertise in flood resilient architecture to employ site-specific mitigation measures in a brownfield residential project.
by Anmol Ahuja Oct 16, 2020
Located on Mt. Grawand in South Tyrol, Olafur Eliasson’s latest permanent installation is a steel and glass structure that merges structural architecture, optics and astronomy.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 08, 2020
The exhibition How to Move a Landscape by Blane De St. Croix at MASS MoCA showcases monumental sculptures to reiterate the dire effects of climate decline.
by Devanshi Shah Sep 16, 2020
Architecture firm Studio Weave’s pavilion at the London Design Festival, designed by Tom Massey, addresses climate change and our relationship with the natural world.
by Jones John Sep 07, 2020
Monika Fabijanska’s exhibition at the Thomas Erben Gallery in New York examines the evolution of ecofeminist art to help us imagine alternate models for the future.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Sep 03, 2020
Against the shadow of pandemic crisis, Down to Earth, the sixth exhibition in the Immersion series, forges novel ways to evaluate climate changes with participatory practice.
by Utkarsh Aug 03, 2020
The Bangladeshi artist speaks about his trans-disciplinary practice while discussing the works The Place Where the Sun Has Another Name and Love Letter for the Last Sun.
by Meher Varma and Harshyla Singh May 15, 2020
EXCLUSIVE: COVID-19 has changed the way we view the world, and in this lens, lies a fresh life for colour. Meher Varma and Harshyla Singh chart the new shades and meanings being born.
by Abhilasha Srivastava and Aseem Hasnain Apr 20, 2020
Part 3: In our Climate vs. COVID-19 series, experts tell us what the coronavirus can teach us about the environmental crisis, and why prudence, not panic, is the solution.
by Rahul Kumar Apr 17, 2020
Artist Vibha Galhotra employed traditional processes and urban media at her solo show in New York that referenced the impact of human actions on the ecology.
by Medha Patkar Apr 17, 2020
Part 2: In our Climate vs. COVID-19 series, experts tell us what the coronavirus can teach us about the environmental crisis, and why prudence, not panic, is the solution.
by Malaika Vaz Apr 10, 2020
In our Climate vs. COVID-19 series, experts tell us what the Coronavirus can teach us about the bigger environmental crisis, and why prudence, not panic, is the solution.
by Sukanya Garg Apr 02, 2020
STIR speaks to Maya El Khalil, the curator of the 7th edition of 21,39 Jeddah Arts taking place in Saudi Arabia, which is a call to action in response to the environmental crisis.