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Category Archives: architecture


The artist Erik Steinbrecher has conceived a new installation for the courtyard of KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin – an accessible platform: SINGLE FLAT (2015) adds a third, even bigger cube to the cubes already present in this yard; those nested within each other in the architecture of Café Bravo, designed by Dan [...]


As you can imagine, we’re all in favour of all things monothematic – and New York-based architecture publication Clog is a more than welcome addition to the club. Published twice a year, every issue is themed around a particular key topic relevant to architecture, be it Miami, Brutalism or the architectural legacy of the Guggenheim [...]


Whilst cycling in the city of Berlin, sometimes it is so shocking to observe how badly designed the city is. New condominiums or the so called ‘contemporary buildings’ of administrations are conquering our urban environment –the terrifying constructions spread around the city show that more is on the way.
Make City is a new festival on [...]


A lot has happened with British architect David Adjaye since our issue #14, as shown in the major retrospective Form, Heft, Material that is still on display at Munich’s Haus der Kunst until the end of the month. And if you can’t make it there in time, it is accompanied by a beautiful catalogue which [...]


In conjunction with the Gallery Weekend Berlin, ARCH+ is launching its new series of ARCH+ DISPLAYS, starting with the Vitsoe Reading Room and the zines of Swiss publisher Nieves at ARCH+ studio in KW Institute for Contemporary Art’s building complex. On the occasion of the opening on April 30, 2015, Hamburg-based artist Stefan Marx will talk [...]


‘The performers are ‘freaky insiders’, forced to connect in uncomfortable, yet playful ways. Navigating between naivety and despair, they are dreamers who long for reality. In a world in which they fade away and disappear, they feel the urge to seek new forms of appearance.’
Until Our Hearts Stop is the new production by choreographer Meg [...]


Why hasn’t anybody done this before? This ingenious video by Jacob T. Swinney juxtaposes the first and last shots of 55 films. More often than not, the comparisons are startling, and you wonder how many of these films were shot with their finales (and beginnings) in mind.


The unexpected encounter with the demon Humbaba – the guard of Cedar Forest whose intestines are on his face – from the epic of Gılgamesh triggers one to think about our perception of body, the Zeitgeist and the representations in various cultures… Nowadays, the notion of body is in a vigorous metamorphose with the digitization, [...]

Read What You Want! A Reading Club… in the Ringbahn S41.

Read What You Want! is a hybrid between a book club and a reading club, that also focusses on the importance of space. The event is an experiment on how people inhabit spaces, both printed, as in the pages of a book, and physical, by our surroundings in the city. It is planned as an [...]


Architectural insanity from MVRDV, our cover stars of issue #18: the Rotterdam-based architecture firm recently completed their first building in their home town, a giant covered market hall with a variety of high-end food stalls and regional farmers, in the shape of two residential buildings leaning towards each other in a giant sweep and fusing [...]