Extraordinary art installation by Studio Random International closes this week at the Barbican Museum in London. This spatial experience has been the talk of the town.

Exhibition, London, Random International, The barbican

The Centre for architecture Belgrade submitted two entries for this years Ranko Radović Awards - in cathegory of realized architecture works the project for Juvenile Detention Facility at Kruševac, and in cathegory of TV, exhibitions and multimedia the CAB integrated information system.

Award, Centar za arhitekturu, Exhibition, FTN, Kolarac, Ranko Radović

For their fifth consecutive participation at the Venice Biennale, Luxembourg chose the authors of their pavilion through an open competition entitled Futura Bold – a term that illustrates the aim of this small European coutry to position itself through a project that analyzes and discusses the contemporary built environment on a national, european and global scale.

Architecture, Exhibition, Interview, Luxembourg, Venice Biennale

Yet another manifestation worthy of our attention, held as part of Vienna Design Week, gave us the extraordinary overall impression and caused an unusual feeling within its audience. The exhibition that says – come, see, feel, touch – is an original presentation of sea elements shaped in a specific and poetic way. Simply said – this is an unusual display guided by indefatigable strength of imagination.

Design, Exhibition, Julia Lohmann, Materials, Vienna Design Week

The Vienna design week is being held from September 28th to October 7th, for the fifth consecutive  year.  Yet another exquisite and colourful programme of events awaits the visitors this fall, with the aim to show and enable people to experience the many-faceted creative work in the fields of product, furniture and industrial design as well as experimental design. Design has been and is an important field in the production of culture: it shapes our material culture, our everyday life and our consumer world, it influences our lifestyles and fashions and most fundamentally our aesthetic sense and judgements.

Design, Exhibition, Vienna Design Week

Grafton Architects from Dublin, Ireland, received the Silver Lion award at this year’s Venice architecture Biennale, for their impressive presentation of the project for a university campus in Lima, Peru. The Silver Lion is awarded to emerging architects who raise expectations, and it is the first time a practice from Ireland won this prestigious award.

Architecture, Award, Exhibition, Venice Biennale

The Polish pavilion at the Architecture Biennale in Venice received an honorable mention from the jury in the category of national pavilions. Curator Michał Libera, pavilion's author Katarzyne Krakowiak,  sound designer Ralf Meinz and acoustic engineer Andrzej Kłosak created an architeture of sound. The seemingly empty space of the pavilion is actually filled with sounds, which also affected the architecture of the pavilion itself.

Architecture, Exhibition, National pavilion, Venice Biennale

October Art Salon, owing to its tradition of more than four decades, has become a point of reference of Serbian culture.  It is a representative event featuring creators in the broad sphere of visual arts and a great exhibition of authors whose selectors are prominent experts in this area. In the course of its history, the Salon has changed its concept and organizational forms, but it has remained a strong challenge to creative consciousness.

Beograd, Exhibition, Geozavod, Oktobarski salon

Álvaro Siza Vieira has been chosen to be the recipient of the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement of the 13th International Architecture Exhibition – Common Ground. The decision is made by the Board of la Biennale di Venezia, chaired by Paolo Baratta, under Director David Chipperfield’s proposal, with the following motivation:

Alvaro Siza, Architecture, Exhibition, Venice Biennale

Russian Pavilion at the 13th edition of Venice Biennale is awarded with a Special Mention, in the category of national pavilions. Exhibition was curated and designed by Sergei Tchoban and Sergey Kuznetsov, team responsible for exhibition Russia’s Factory – which took place two years ago, also in this pavilion. Awarded pavilion is divided into two parts, 'i-city' and 'i-land'  contrasting Russia's past and future, in a highly interactive and subtle way.

Architecture, Exhibition, National pavilion, Venice Biennale