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Venice Biennale: First Impressions

Aric Chen digs through the multiple layers of David Chipperfield's "Common Ground" exhibition in our first post from Venice

RIBA International Week

Superkillen de SUPERFLEX en colaboración con Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) y Topotek1, Copenhague, Dinamarca.

Del 3 al 7 de julio se organiza la RIBA International Week, una semana llena de actividades enfocadas en establecer estrategias para el futuro desarrollo urbano en el mundo a partir de un enriquecedor, fructífero y optimista intercambio de ideas a nivel global, centrándose de manera especial en la resolución de temas como la vivienda y la sostenibilidad en las próximas dos décadas.

Chipperfield announces Venice 2012 theme

Chipperfield announces Venice 2012 theme

On 17 January David Chipperfield, the director of the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale, announced the theme of this year’s exhibition: Common Ground.

Chipperfield’s vision is for the Biennale to “celebrate a vital, interconnected architectural culture, and pose questions about the intellectual and physical territories that it shares.”

Chipperfield vies for Nobel Prize centre in Stockholm

David Chipperfield features on a 12-strong shortlist of architects competing to design a new headquarters for the Nobel Prize in Stockholm

Cambridge University wins outline planning for £1bn city extension

Architects include David Chipperfield, Sarah Wigglesworth, AHMM, Maccreanor Lavington, Edward Cullinan and John McAslan

Chippo down to last three for Nobel HQ

David Chipperfield has made the final cut in the competition to design the new Nobel Center in Stockholm

Preview: Americans in Venice

British Architect David Chipperfield is directing the main exhibition at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale. Titled Common Ground, the exhibition includes a number of noteworthy Americans showing in groups.

U.S. Pavilion at 13th Venice Architecture Biennale - Open Call for Projects

Spontaneous Interventions: design actions for the common good is the theme of the U.S. Pavilion at the 13th International Venice Architecture Biennale (Fall 2012). In recent years, there has been a nascent movement of designers acting on their own initiative to solve problematic urban situations, creating new opportunities and amenities for the public.

Appeal 'an option' after Chipperfield's Geffrye Museum plans rejected

The Geffrye Museum is considering an appeal after Hackney Council rejected plans by David Chipperfield to extend the east London museum