Every week, L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui selects a sample of articles in the international press. Architecture, urban planning, design, competitions, exhibitions… Here’s a glance of the latest news. Enjoy!
April 23 to 29, 2016
The new San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), designed by Snøhetta, will open on May 14th. In the meantime, read a review about this new museum’s impact on American cultural scene on Artnews.
François Pinault is planning to install a new contemporary art foundation in Paris. He chose Tadao Ando and a young French architecture agency, NeM, to redesign the ex-Board of Trade’s building. Read the details of this project on The Telegraph.
Zaha Hadid’s first posthumous project, a port facility, has been inaugurated in Salerno, Italy. Discover the project on the New York Times website.
Last January, the Charlie Hebdo Portable Pavilion international competition has been launched to create a mobile architecture promoting free speech. Have a look at the winning projects, on Bustler.
After the devastating earthquake experienced by Ecuador on April 16th, Shigeru Ban joins disaster relief effort, via Dezeen.