Pivotal Moments

Solar Gate, a new 10-metre high sundial, uses solar alignment to mark significant times in Hull’s cultural history.

Structural Critique

Examining the changing definition of architecture after modernism, Gordon Matta-Clark’s work offers insight into deconstruction,

5 to Read: This Month

This month’s new releases negotiate how senses and visceral appreciations are integral to the creation, purpose and perception of contemporary art.

Translating Nature

Blurring the boundaries between industrial craftsmanship and ecological growth, Stedelijk Museum presents Studio Drift: Uncoded Nature.

Dynamic Construction

Perspective Office is a new sustainable building designed by Slash Architects, an award-winning firm that works with a holistic approach.

Uncanny Topographies

A testament to the interdisciplinary nature of photography, Kate Ballis creates unique, colour-drenched images using infrared technology.

The Undefinable Design

Drawing on the duo’s ethos of looking beyond expectations, a new book from Phaidon tells the story of Snarkitecture’s rise within the industry.

Material Complexity

Profiling the announcement of the annual awards through a celebration of structural excellence that pushes beyond aesthetics and functionality.

Rendered Memories

Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC, offers an incredibly idiosyncratic installation – a trip down Do Ho Suh’s memory lane.

Endless Vistas

Marian Goodman Gallery, Paris, revisits Ettore Spalletti’s monochromatic, minimalist panels with What is the most profound in a man, is the skin.

Fleeting Moments

Monty Kaplan fluctuate between different modes of working. Colour is rendered as an emotive backdrop, carrying a sense of joy and woeful nostalgia.

Sensory Journeys

A new exhibition at Southbank Centre, London, explores the experimental history of the venue by delving into the archives.

Reconfigured Networks

The Baltic Material Assemblies at RIBA tracks the changing architectural discourse of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

Responsible Developments

Melbourne Design Week provides an annual celebration of creativity and innovation, drawing links between practitioners and businesses.

Proximity to Nature

Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain presents Freeing Architecture, the first major solo exhibition devoted to the work of Junya Ishigami.

Translating Architecture

Bas Princen challenges how audiences perceive buildings in relation to their surroundings through a new exhibition at Vitra Design Museum.

Discernible Illuminations

Solid Light Works is the first major UK exhibition of Anthony McCall’s work in over ten years, in which the visitor is immersed in three new installations.

5 to Read: This Month

Investigating different forms of transformation, this month’s upcoming releases look at the various ways in which we perceive and conceptualise space.

Elevated Palettes

Gianfilipo di Rossi finds precision and inspiration in the composition of the city’s architecture, with works that are a harmonious exertion of form.

Environmental Nuances

In a new exhibition at SK Stiftung Kultur der Sparkasse KölnBonn, three artists from Germany, the UK and Italy document shared landscapes.