Through a selection of projects and research programs, the 2021 Biennale’s curator Hashim Sarkis invites the visitors to overview a series of answers to today’s environment, society and technology, and their future evolution. The visitors are involved in the thoughts

Many discussions and political acts to reduce global GHG emissions demand radical and rapid behavior changes, but what will really be a game-changer for creating a more sustainable future? Perhaps innovative ideas like David Goldstein’s Hydronic Shell technology. After New York

The boundaries between architecture, design, and handicraft have historically been rigid; each discipline sheltered from the other, when in reality there is much to gain from their coalescence. The Unicum Collection, drawn together by Oliva Sartogo and Lavinia Fuksas, (L.O.S.F)

Creating meaningful opportunities for nature in our urban environments E.O. Wilson, who did a lot to disseminate biophilia in the USA in the middle of the twentieth century, described biophilia as “the innately emotional affiliation of human beings to other living

The costs of a rapidly changing climate, particularly rising temperatures, fall hardest on already marginalized people. The heat challenges they face include dangerously hot buildings.  Building design and quality have a dramatic impact on people’s daily lives. People with less money

Grace Kim is an architect and co-founding principal of Schemata Workshop, an award-winning architectural practice with a keen focus on building community and social equity. She brings innovative ideas to her projects that merge client goals and sustainability measures -

Article and pictures by Architect Elica Sartogo.    At the Bloomberg Center's Cornell Tech building, by Pritzker Prize architect Thom Mayne, the New York DNA is part of the conceptual project. The outdoor texture has captured the skyline of Manhattan; the panorama is expressed

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