Posts Tagged: review

‘Three Roles Played by Architecture in Three Recent Films’

‘Three Roles Played by Architecture in Three Recent Films’ is an article published in the online arts magazine O that discusses, as the title suggests, three different roles played by architecture in three recent films: REM, by Tomas Koolhaas; High

‘Three Roles Played by Architecture in Three Recent Films’

‘Three Roles Played by Architecture in Three Recent Films’ is an article published in the online arts magazine O that discusses, as the title suggests, three different roles played by architecture in three recent films: REM, by Tomas Koolhaas; High

‘The Venetian Front’

Published in Mark Magazine #63, ‘The Venetian Front’ is a review of the 15th International Architecture Exhibition Reporting from the Front that evaluates its global problem-solving ethos in the context of Venice’s own everyday problems. An accompanying photo essay by Sergio Pirrone portrays Venetian workers whose livelihood is directly or indirectly affected

‘The Venetian Front’

Published in Mark Magazine #63, ‘The Venetian Front’ is a review of the 15th International Architecture Exhibition Reporting from the Front that evaluates its global problem-solving ethos in the context of Venice’s own everyday problems. An accompanying photo essay by Sergio Pirrone portrays Venetian workers whose livelihood is directly or indirectly affected

‘Monolith of Memory’

‘Monolith of Memory’ is a review of the Rivesaltes Memorial by architect Rudy Ricciotti near Perpignan, France, published in Mark Magazine #61.

‘Monolith of Memory’

‘Monolith of Memory’ is a review of the Rivesaltes Memorial by architect Rudy Ricciotti near Perpignan, France, published in Mark Magazine #61.

‘Dis-fru-tar’

‘Dis-fru-tar’ is a review of a restaurant interior by El Equipo Creativo published in Azure (Nov. / Dec. 2015), in which the reformist intentions of the 1859 urban plan of Barcelona’s Eixample, by Ildefons Cerdà, are compared to the architectural and

‘Dis-fru-tar’

‘Dis-fru-tar’ is a review of a restaurant interior by El Equipo Creativo published in Azure (Nov. / Dec. 2015), in which the reformist intentions of the 1859 urban plan of Barcelona’s Eixample, by Ildefons Cerdà, are compared to the architectural and