Every week, L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui offers its readers a review of articles selected in the international press. Architecture, urbanism, design, competitions, exhibitions… Here’s a glance of the latest news. Enjoy!
February 13 to 19, 2016
As Marrakech art biennale is about to open, MyArtGuides gives an overview of the 6th edition agenda, from February 24 to May 8, 2016.
“How Donald Trump’s towers explain his politics”. A column from the architectural critic Edwin Heathcote for The Financial Times, available here.
International Garden Festival: 5 selected projects for the 17th edition will be presented in the Jardins de Métis in Québec starting June 23, 2016, via Dezeen.
Destruction as a creative act: an article from Alex Rayner on the Taking Down Buildings competition, on The Guardian.
Architectural firm nartarchitects transformed a lookout tower into shelters for hikers in Hungary, via designboom.
Exploring post-war brutalist architecture in London: Assemble Studio and the artist Simon Terrill recreated concrete playgrounds out of foam, via Thisispaper.
The refugee crisis as a main topic in the 2016 World Press Photo edition. Portfolio on Le Monde.