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University Campus UTEC

Lima, Peru

Grafton Architects have described their design for a new campus for Peru’s Universidad de Ingeniería & Tecnologia (UTEC) variously as a ‘vertical campus,’ an ‘arena for learning,’ and a ‘man-made cliff.’

What’s On - Architectural Exhibitions and Events, April 2017


Once again, we've hand picked a couple of the most exciting new exhibitions and events for you. For the month of April, we highly recommend you to pay the city of Aarhus a visit to get a unique insight into the character of architecture. Also, DAC is celebrating the 150 years of diplomatic relation between Denmark and Japan through a retrospective exhibition on the works of Japanese architect, Sambuichi. In Barcelona, you should pay MACBA a visit if you're interested on how architecture can serve as a tool for investigating human rights abuses. For those dazzled about design, the city of Milan will be host to the world's largest design event. Also, you can visit an exhibition on the body of work of Dan Kiley's renowned landscape projects, as well as get a glimpse into prospective visions for the built environment in Nantes.


Veracruz, Mexico

Rozana Montiel uses an elemental architectural addition to transform a residual open space into a generous public amenity.

Moody Centre for the Arts, Rice University

Houston, Texas, USA

Opened last month in Houston, Texas, the Moody Center for the Arts is an architectural multitool as capable as the artists it serves. Designed by Michael Maltzan Architects, the building eschews Texan vernacular for walls of glass, neon furniture, and white cube interiors.

Anders Lendager Interview


Floors made of car tyres, ceilings made of plastic bottles, and walls made of scrap wood. arcspace recently spoke with exhibition curator and Lendager Group CEO, Anders Lendager, about the exhibition, Wasteland, currently showing at the Danish Architecture Centre.

IKEA Hubhult Meeting Center

Malmö, Sweden

Dorte Mandrup’s meeting center for IKEA is evocative of the functionality, efficiency and innovation that the home furnishing giant represents, and encourages encounter and collaboration through an inventive approach to workspace design.