RIBA's latest exhibition offers visitors an experiential opportunity to find out more about some of the UK's new and inspiring community architecture projects.
Consisting of both documentation and original architectural explorations, Swissness Applied is part of a larger research project that focuses on the transformation of European immigrant towns in the United States, all of whom share the common aspiration of preserving and perpetuating the architecture of their cultural heritage.
Making Memory explores the role of monuments and memorials in the 21st century, through seven projects by celebrated British-Ghanaian architect, Sir David Adjaye OBE.
Presented by IIDA and AIA Chicago, this series of three panel discussions addresses commercial interior architecture and design. Both architects and commercial interior designers will learn from the provocative discussions about projects, firm leadership, and design strategy.
A Home for All exhibition at the RIBA Gallery will presents six pioneering projects from the collections of the RIBA and the V&A.
Now in its fifth year, DENFAIR is Australia's defining event for the best local and international design brands.
Influencers: The Pritzker Architecture Prize presents works spanning decades of architectural innovation and creativity, offering visitors the compelling opportunity to trace changing architecture trends over the past half-century.
In 2019 the Passive House Conference will be held in China for the first time. Energy efficient construction and retrofitting experts will convene in the Chinese city of Gaobeidian.