Architecture

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A brief look through the late architect’s most striking works of art

BY Kadish Morris | 21 MAY 19

Structures by Modernist masters including Carlo Scarpa offer an alternative to the city’s medieval streets and Gothic churches

BY Frieze News Desk | 09 MAY 19

Beatriz Colomina’s latest book, X-Ray Architecture, argues that the spaces and technologies of the sanatorium gave rise to the modern movement’s iconic forms

BY Thomas McMullan | 25 APR 19

‘The Circular Garden’ was grown from the soil in six weeks using fully sustainable construction materials

BY Amy Sherlock | 12 APR 19

A new book surveys buildings in Central Asia and documents their distinctive styles

BY Frieze News Desk | 04 APR 19

The controversial addition to Manhattan’s west side is emblematic of the triumph of digital spectacle over real experience

BY Glenn Adamson | 27 MAR 19

Five iconic buildings designed by the Japanese architect since 1962

BY George Kafka | 19 MAR 19

In further news: V&A Dundee’s architect to design new museum in Turkey, and students protest tuition fee hike at CalArts

BY Frieze News Desk | 15 MAR 19

The London firm’s bold, contextually astute renovation of the 1990s gallery pays homage to the functional forms of Britain’s ur-New Town

BY George Kafka | 14 MAR 19

At Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, the Dutch artist’s dystopian grandeur forces us not just to think about the industrial condition, but actually feel it

BY Glenn Adamson | 08 MAR 19

Frieze global partner LIFEWTR marks the inaugural Frieze Los Angeles with a publicly accessible artwork at The Standard DTLA by L.A. artist Tofer Chin

20 FEB 19

A riff on the gallery’s landmark 1956 show, Whitechapel Gallery’s latest exhibition boasts some compelling pairings but has an unconfident, sheepish quality

BY Thomas McMullan | 18 FEB 19

His design will emerge from Kensington Gardens like a low-lying cloud, with its interior intended as ‘a refuge for contemplation’

BY Frieze News Desk | 14 FEB 19

Once eclipsed by the men in her life, the architect’s supreme originality and energy are slowly being recognized

BY Marina Warner | 14 JAN 19

The avian playground was a manifesto for a modernism that could employ gymnastic engineering to theatrical effect – what happens with its inhabitants long gone?

BY Douglas Murphy | 11 JAN 19

A new biography of Philip Johnson reveals the contradictions and ambiguities of the world’s first ‘starchitect’

BY Gillian Darley | 09 JAN 19

A swathe of renovations and extensions across the UK capital suggests an appetite for a different kind of architecture

BY George Kafka | 20 DEC 18

Twitter users have been quick to think of alternative nicknames, including ‘the cotton bud’ and ‘the tadpole’

20 NOV 18

Designed by Beijing-based practice, OPEN Architecture, UCCA Dune burrows beneath the sand dunes in the coastal resort of Beidaihe

BY Crystal Bennes | 16 NOV 18

How to handle ‘refugee heritage’ from an architectural perspective

BY Suzanne Harris-Brandts | 06 NOV 18