by Rosalyn D`Mello Jan 12, 2021
by John Jervis Dec 31, 2020
From challenges to innovations, losses to lessons and closures to the continuum, John Jervis rounds up the transformative year that was in design.
by Rahul Kumar Dec 31, 2020
With an overwhelming and enthusiastic response to react to the idea of ‘new’, here are the finalists and a brief about their work.
by Jaimini Mehta Dec 30, 2020
As part of Louis Kahn’s built heritage in India is threatened by demolition, Prof. Mehta writes that it will be a travesty of unforgivable proportions and an offence to future generations.
by Rahul Kumar Dec 30, 2020
STIR Editor (Arts) picks his favourite published stories from the year 2020.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Dec 26, 2020
While the pandemic has put the art world under financial strain, art criticism remains among an under-discussed realm in terms of the new conditions under which it must be performed.
by Caillin Howard Dec 16, 2020
A new set of behaviour will define the future of the built environment in the post-pandemic world, writes Caillin Howard of Australian multi-disciplinary firm Hames Sharley.
by Anupama Kundoo Nov 28, 2020
The Berlin-based architect observes the value of time in architecture, a discipline that she believes must build upon past constructs rather than reinventing the wheel.
by STIRworld Nov 27, 2020
“Architecture is like peeing in a pair of black pants”: Delhi-based creative and art collector Swapan Seth in dialogue with architect Akshat Bhatt of Architecture Discipline.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Nov 10, 2020
In showcasing the aesthetics of mending, it is contentious for art to be contextualised as insulated from the broken-ness of reality.
by Navkirat Sodhi Oct 29, 2020
Poet-author Navkirat Sodhi goes back in time to linger around the memorable design philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi and his application of architecture to the real world.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Oct 24, 2020
The Viennese photographer boldly went where few photographers dared to go, exploring the inner reaches of female consciousness.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Oct 07, 2020
Steirischer Herbst’s 2020 edition, Paranoia TV, adopts the screen as a medium of dissemination in a digital, pandemic world, but to what end?
by Rahul Kumar Sep 02, 2020
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