by Vladimir Belogolovsky Apr 03, 2020
by Laurie Sheck Apr 07, 2020
The New York-based novelist and poet pens a heartwarming tribute in memory of the acclaimed architect and critic Michael Sorkin who recently lost his life to coronavirus.
by STIRworld Apr 06, 2020
STIR looks into the reading habits of leading creatives - French architect Pauline Kerzerho is immersed in ‘Guns, Germs and Steel’, a much relevant quarantine read, by Jared Diamond.
by Rajiv Bhakat Apr 03, 2020
Principal architect at Studio CoDe, Rajiv Bhakat, who has worked extensively in US and India, makes a timely study as the Central Vista in New Delhi braces for change.
by Justyna Green Apr 03, 2020
Livingston, the curator for the exhibition AI: More than Human at the Barbican Centre in 2019, shares what the future holds for artificial intelligence.
by Freddie Ribeiro Mar 31, 2020
Plaza, piazza, platz or the maidan, call it what you like, the public square will always support the hopes and carry the collective conscience of a community.
by STIRworld Mar 31, 2020
STIR looks into the reading habits of leading creatives – the Indian graffiti artist delves into Vermillion Sands, a collection of new wave science fiction short stories by J. G. Ballard.
by Rosalyn D'Mello Mar 28, 2020
As we mourn the loss of an award-winning artist, architect and sculptor whose work audaciously straddled many disciplines, can our evaluation of his legacy do him justice?
by STIRworld Mar 27, 2020
Here are 10 architecture and design books to read to evoke imagination as the coronavirus pandemic has forced social distancing, isolation and work from home scenarios.
by John Jervis Mar 27, 2020
It's Mies' birth anniversary, but would the pre-eminent architect of America’s golden age receive the same welcome from his adopted nation in the age of “making America great again”?
by Meghna Mehta Mar 23, 2020
Arjun Malik, Sameep Padora, Sanjay Puri and Soumitro Ghosh share views on the Supreme Court judgment not prohibiting unregistered individuals from practising architecture.
by Anupam Bansal Mar 23, 2020
In views from leading architects, Anupam Bansal (ABRD Architects) writes on the recent Supreme Court judgment that does not prohibit unregistered practice of architecture in India.
by STIRworld Mar 21, 2020
STIR looks into the reading habits of leading creatives – Spanish architect Pia Mendaro is reading Greek Myths by Robert Graves while in quarantine due to Coronavirus pandemic.
by Zohra Khan Feb 28, 2020
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