Australia's Black Granite Box at Venice Architecture Biennale
- The curators of the U.S. Pavilion bring a working architectural office to the Venice Architecture Biennale.
- Underrated Chilean architect Smiljan Radic gets a commission that will put him on the world stage: the annual temporary pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery in London.
- No opera house. No Bondi Beach. No sunning celebs. This is Melbourne, home of Australia’s most thriving design scene.
- 100 drawings by Daniel Libeskind, screen-printed on glass panels, fill the Venice Pavilion.
- The concept of each country showing their best colors at the Venice Biennale began from 1895, in the same spirit of nationalism (or chauvinism) of the World's Fair.
- This weekend, the question is now "What to do?" but "What not to do?".
- Crane.tv, the excellent video magazine focusing on design and contemporary culture, has teamed up with Port, the best men's mag out of the UK, to produce this great look at the British pavilion at…
- Robert Hammond has just returned from a year in Rome. While there he created an urban experiment called Chance Encounter on the Tiber, involving 100 chairs in public spaces in Italy.