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Reuse and Renovation: Architizer A+Awards

Renowned architectural names and next generation designers are shortlisted, setting positive precedents for how we think about the built environment.

Imagining the Future

Vitra Design Museum brings the connection between science fiction and contemporary art to life. Its new space age inspired exhibition spans six decades.

Exploring Peripheries

The 23rd Serpentine Pavilion, Archipelagic Void, designed by architect Minsuk Cho, has opened to the public in London, comprising five unique islands.

Nature Reimagined

Denver Art Museum is jam-packed with projects that draw attention to how natural structures provide the basis for almost everything we design and make.

Contrasting Forms

Olivia Broome gathers over 150 shots of Brutalist buildings overwhelmed by thriving plant life, from captivating installations to ivy-clad structures.

Environmental Introspection

Svante Gullichsen, Joanne Vestey and Alnis Stakl explore the links between humanity and nature at Albumen Gallery, as part of Photo London 2024.

The Future of Energy

Vitra Design Museum’s show looks towards the future and asks: how can design contribute to an increase in the use of renewable energy sources?

Prospect Cottage

In 2018, the photographer Gilbert McCarragher, a friend of Derek Jarman and Keith Collins, was tasked with creating a visual record of their iconic house.

Pause to Reflect:
5 Artists to Know

Reflective surfaces – from glass to mirrors – are a motif and material that have long been used by artists. These five artists continue the tradition.

Creative Destination 

California’s iconic homes are the subject of an architecture book that collates buildings which respond to their natural surroundings.

Architect Interview:
Building Joyful Spaces

“Design should inspire, incite, complement and celebrate our lives.” Learn more about a design studio committed to creating joyful spaces.

Sony World Photography:
Open and Professional Awards

We round up five captivating shots from this year’s Open and Professional finalists, from spellbinding portraiture to ethereal architectural compositions.

Urban Views

Simon Phipps’ monochrome images chronicle the post-war architectural heritage of Wales. His new photobook is a bold celebration of Brutalism.

Pritzker Architectural Prize 2024:
Winner Announced

Riken Yamamoto has been named as the recipient of the annual architectural prize for his projects that bridge the gap between private and public spaces.

Architecture Reclaimed

In London, V&A’s architecture exhibit shows how, in the context of decolonisation, Tropical Modernism was harnessed to shape ideas of nationhood.

A Look Ahead:
Big Shows in 2024

Aesthetica selects five must-see exhibitions for 2024 in Europe, America and Asia, spanning photography, installation, architecture and more.

Building a Legacy

Alfredo Boulton was an esteemed Venezuelan architect, critic, historian and photographer dedicated to promoting his country’s modern art.

Concrete Architecture:
5 Buildings to Know

Concrete is the second most-used substance in the world after water. Despite debate around sustainability, demand for the material is increasing.

Brick Architecture:
5 Buildings to Know

Aesthetica brings together 20th century and contemporary structures united by their fundamental building material – brick.

Shows: 5 To Know

Aesthetica presents a list of must-see exhibitions from institutions including London’s Design Museum, the National Gallery of Scotland and Vitra.

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