The 2014 Graduate Shows Review: Architecture

FEATURES

The 2014 Graduate Shows Review: Architecture

London

22 July 2014

Mobile Studio's Chee-Kit Lai runs the rule over this year's student architecture shows

Disegno's Diary: 21 to 27 July, 2014

DIARY

Disegno's Diary: 21 to 27 July, 2014

London

21 July 2014

The V&A looks at the political impactions of the objects that surround us and Storefront leads a tour of Donald Judd's Spring Street studio

Martino Stierli appointed chief curator of architecture and design at MoMA

News

Martino Stierli appointed chief curator of architecture and design at MoMA

New York

16 July 2014

Stierli succeeds Barry Bergdoll in the top role in MoMA's architecture and design department

Justin McGuirk's Radical Cities

OPINION

Justin McGuirk's Radical Cities

London

15 July 2014

Owen Hatherley reviews Justin McGuirk's celebration of favela vernacular

Pierre Charpin à l'Appartement N°50

Report

Pierre Charpin à l'Appartement N°50

Marseille

11 July 2014

Pierre Charpin's wink to Le Corbusier is a Cité Radieuse interior enlivened by colour and simple forms

Disegno Lectures: a film from Josef Frank Schriften

SALON

Disegno Lectures: a film from Josef Frank Schriften

London

10 July 2014

Disegno shares a film shot at out first ever Disegno lectures: an evening dedicated to architect and designer Josef Frank

Rapid Response Collecting at the V&A

INTERVIEW

Rapid Response Collecting at the V&A

London

08 July 2014

As the V&A opens a new gallery dedicated to contemporary design culture, we speak to the exhibtion's curator about this new initiative

Should the Heydar Aliyev Center have won Designs of the Year?

OPINION

Should the Heydar Aliyev Center have won Designs of the Year?

London

01 July 2014

Zaha Hadid's Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku is a controversial winner of the Designs of the Year competition. Disegno looks at whether it was right to honour it

Josef Frank – a Viennese Craftsman

SALON

Josef Frank – a Viennese Craftsman

Vienna

30 June 2014

Following our successful lecture on the late Austrian architect and designer Josef Frank, Disegno publishes one of Frank's writings in which he laments the death of craftsmanship in the mid-20th century

S,M,L,XLa at A+D Museum

REPORT

S,M,L,XLa at A+D Museum

Los Angeles

28 June 2014

An exhibition in Los Angeles A+D Museum examines the way in which the city is opening itself up to new perspectives

The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion by Smiljan Radic

OPINION

The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion by Smiljan Radic

London

26 June 2014

A look at the Serpentine's new summer pavilion, a structure that is both fragile and weighty, translucent and opaque, futuristic and ancient

Hans Hollein

Lesson

Hans Hollein

Vienna

25 June 2014

As the MAK opens an exhibition honouring the late Hans Hollein, Charles Holland assesses the Austrian master's work and why he could only have come from Vienna

A Thin Wall of Air: Charles James

REPORT

A Thin Wall of Air: Charles James

Houston

25 June 2014

The Menil Collection in Houston recreates elements of a baroque interior by couturier Charles James that infuriated Philip Johnson

Welcome to the Vitra theme park!

OPINION

Welcome to the Vitra theme park!

Weil am Rhein

24 June 2014

A trip to the Vitra campus for the inauguration of Carsten Höller's new slide reveals signs of a company adjusting its priorities

The Wind Tunnel Project

REPORT

The Wind Tunnel Project

Farnborough

20 June 2014

A series of events and site-specific installations around two wind tunnels in Farnborough serve as a poignant reminder of the airfield's past

Rem Koolhaas and the failures of architecture

Opinion

Rem Koolhaas and the failures of architecture

Venice

18 June 2014

Rem Koolhaas' biennale looks to the past to paint a bleak picture for the future of architecture

Disegno Lectures: Josef Frank Schriften

SALON

Disegno Lectures: Josef Frank Schriften

London

12 June 2014

Win tickets to the next Disegno Salon - a lecture on the writings of designer and architect Josef Frank

Winners at the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale

NEWS

Winners at the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale

Venice

10 June 2014

The winners of the architecture biennale’s gold and silver lions have been announced

Barbara Radice on the anarchy of Ettore Sottsass

INTERVIEW

Barbara Radice on the anarchy of Ettore Sottsass

London

04 June 2014

At the launch of a new monograph on Ettore Sottsass, the seminal designer's widow Barbara Radice discusses his legacy

The G-Star HQ by OMA

REPORT

The G-Star HQ by OMA

Amsterdam

29 May 2014

As OMA gets ready to unveil its curation for the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale on the theme of "fundamentals”, Disegno looks at its latest project – a building that plays with the same notions

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