by Zohra Khan Aug 18, 2023
The Canada Pavilion conceived by the Architects Against Housing Alienation (AAHA) highlights the ongoing housing crisis in Canada and its capitalist and colonialist roots.
by Ruth Lang Aug 11, 2023
The 'ghosts in the gallery', as described by curator Vicky Richardson, are displayed to be 'substitutes' for the architecture which is too vast to be exhibited at the Royal Academy, London.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Jul 06, 2023
Vladimir Belogolovsky interviews Iryna Miroshnykova, Oleksii Petrov, and Borys Filonenko, co-curators of the Ukrainian Pavilion at the 18th Venice Architecture Biennale.
by Zohra Khan Jul 06, 2023
Through drawings, models, and maps, In Search of Hy-Brasil looks into three remote Irish islands while imagining their future through the folklore of a mythical phantom island.
by Ayesha Adonais Jun 23, 2023
A look at the impact, and Lesley Lokko's curatorial exploration at the biennale, as it narrates a story of "shape-shifters, material explorers, bound by history and heritage."
by Sunena V Maju May 20, 2023
The Golden Lion was awarded to the Brazil Pavilion and DAAR under the National and International Participation for their exhibitions Terra and Borgo Rizza respectively.
by Zohra Khan May 12, 2023
The artist-designer and founder of the 50s art collective Zaria Rebels was recognised by Biennale Architettura 2023 for silently stirring the landscape of Nigeria and beyond.
by Eleonora Ghedini May 02, 2023
Curator Lesley Lokko offers a new perspective on how architects of the future should be and what one can expect from the Biennale Architettura 2023.
by Eleonora Ghedini Jun 25, 2022
Curator Lesley Lokko speaks about the need for a broader vision of architecture and how Africa might be the starting point for a renewed interdisciplinarity.
by Anmol Ahuja, Devanshi Shah Feb 11, 2022
In its third edition held on February 5 at the Guggenheim Museum, The World Around Summit facilitated discussions among changemakers on architecture’s now, near, and next.
by Anmol Ahuja Feb 03, 2022
In a conversation with STIR, Beatrice Galilee - writer, curator, cultural consultant, and co-founder of The World Around - reflects on the contemporary challenges of the practice.
by STIRworld Aug 30, 2021
UAE pavilion Wetland won the Golden Lion for Best National Participation while raumlaborberlin got the award for the International Exhibition.
by STIRworld Jan 05, 2021
The Ghanaian-Scottish architect and educator is the second woman recipient to have won the prestigious honour in view of her outstanding contribution to architectural education.