The famous example of Japanese Metabolist architecture was headed for demolition—but a reprieve may be on the horizon.
With their traveling project, the Savvy Contemporary collective hopes to examine power relations in the context of globalization and the impact of these on design and ideas.
A hospital in Trondheim is a laboratory of sorts for the state’s ambitious plan to embrace a different way of creating buildings, transit, and even websites by 2025.
One architecture student’s “bedroom project” has become a multimedia quest to understand the war-torn nation’s architectural history.
Open since last summer, Station F wants to cultivate a more inclusive and diverse version of American-style entrepreneurship in France.
While less exorbitant than previous Summer Games, many question why the working class suburb has to depend on it in order to receive critical infrastructure investments. Some are still hoping to stop the mega-event from happening.
A 400-bed shelter north of the city was supposed to be a model for the rest of France. One year in, it’s “anything but humanitarian and devalues the refugees.”
A refuge to only a small portion of the millions displaced by violence in Colombia, it still offers a powerful model of resistance and rebuilding.
A look at the work of French-Algerian artist Mohamed Bourouissa, including his 2013 film, Horse Day.
Just north of Paris, Julien Beller’s Le 6B collective in Saint-Denis has given new life to a formerly abandoned building and its blue-collar neighborhood.
As displacement rises from crises around the globe, the need to provide meaningful and sustainable communities for migrants grows.
In Alice Diop’s La Permanence, patients unveil the traumas that forced them from their homes and led them to France’s suburbs.