Social distancing during COVID-19? Stuck inside on a rainy day? Or just don't want to fight the crowds? Take a virtual tour of New York City's major landmarks from your couch. The New York Landmark Conservancy has curated a catalog of virtual tours that let you see New York from wherever you are. The video
Google Arts and Culture has partnered with over 500 museums and cultural institutions globally to allow visitors to peruse their collections virtually. Travel from New York City to Paris to Seoul and back in just a few clicks. The top 10 museums to tour include the Guggenheim Museum, New York; the British Museum, London; Musée
The American Institute of Steel Construction is on the lookout for creative visions of the future from up-and-coming architects. The third annual Forge Prize competition is now open for entries! This competition, established by The American Institute of Steel Construction in 2018, recognizes visionary emerging architects for designs that embrace steel as a primary structural
COMPETITION FORMAT: Warming Huts + Art Installation Three teams will be selected as winners of the WARMING HUTS COMPETITION: Arts + Architecture Competition on Ice from submissions of designs for a warming hut or art installation. Winning entries will be placed along the River Trail located on the Assiniboine and Red rivers in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
The most basic, uncontroversial manifestation of beauty is the beauty of the natural world. Nature is the canvas on which geology, climate, time and science have painted all kinds of vistas and landscapes. Most surreal and dramatic imaginations of man are found to be already existing in the natural ecosystem. The Wave is one such
2020 has radically reconfigured our relationship with our immediate surroundings. The outbreak of COVID-19 and subsequent shutdown of cities around the world have kept many people confined to their homes and neighborhoods, prompting them to observe both their domestic spaces and the surrounding streets at a new level of detail. A few months later, the
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In complex times, we ask ourselves what to do in the public space for the MEXTRÓPOLI 2021 pavilion. Not a pavilion. Occupy the space with activations, complement it with prostheses or installations, transform it with an application or with device (s), imagine prototype (s) to rethink the spaces in which, keeping distance, we will find
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The National Building Museum, in partnership with the P.A.I.N.T.S. Institute and the DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID), is pleased to present Murals That Matter: Activism Through Public Art. Located on the Museum’s west lawn (5th Street NW, between F and G streets), the exhibition features D.C. street art created earlier this summer in response to social
Art is the color, the shape, and the tune that translate human emotions (happiness, grief, hope etc.) into form. Art is a dialogue between an artist, society, and history. It expresses the tension between what we think and what we feel. Art influences society by changing opinions, instilling values, and translating experiences. Visual Art is
As the old saying goes, “To appreciate the beauty of a snowflake, it is necessary to stand out in the cold.” The white and grey hues of the winter canvas, the fluffy cold snow, the misty fog, the naked trees and glistening icicles hanging off them are a magical masterpiece by nature itself. The puritanical
This year is the third annual AIANY Transportation+Infrastructure Awards program. The New York chapters of the AIA + ASLA hold this awards program to celebrate design excellence in transportation & infrastructure architecture. Building on the success we’ve experienced to-date, we are now going nationwide! Submissions will be accepted starting September 7th.
Formica Corporation's 2021 FORM Student Innovation Competition is officially open for submissions. The competition invites architecture and interior design students to design a furniture piece using Formica® Brand products under this year’s theme of "Design for the Next Generation." Our world is changing rapidly, and creativity, flexibility, and adaptation will be key in the designs