The first event in the Future Focus: Art Hack Practice series will be exploring shifting spaces of production, labour and artistic practice in a precarious world.
If we are ever to dismantle systemic racism, it will require aggressive remedies to make that victory sustainable.
London-based architectural photographers Mass Collective are hosting a virtual gallery throughout June, presenting a new exhibition each week themed around the contemporary British built environment
In response to the lockdown, RIBA has moved its cultural programme online and commissioned multidisciplinary design studio Space Popular to create a new way to experience the FREESTYLE exhibition
Rotterdam-based firm DROM in collaboration with Strelka KB, have renovated the main Azatlyk Square in the city of Naberezhnye Chelny into a multi-use public space.
Wherever you live, I am certain that you would agree with this one statement: It is terrifyingly hard to make ends meet. Specifically, when it comes to housing costs.
Negroni Talks go online for second in their banality series, asking are modern architects rubbish?
With so many people struggling financially right now, and not sure what the future holds for their career, “Make a Living Living” by Nina Karnikowski is a book that was published for times like this.