Ricardo Bofill’s La Muralla Roja in Alicante pays homage to the Arab Mediterranean, in particular to the adobe towers of North Africa.
MoMA’s Latin America in Construction explores how revolutionary approaches allowed the continent to create a breed of Modernism entirely of its own.
Thanks to a programming policy that favours unpublished works, Rencontres d’Arles has been a leader in disseminating some of the world’s best photography.
Ryan Schude’s theatrical tableaux relate the minutiae of suburban life, fusing fairytale Gothic with a lurid technicolour pop sensibility.
A formal background in architecture informs Parisian photographer Jérôme Bryon’s muted urban landscapes in latest series Grand Sud.
Lighting transforms the spaces we inhabit, and as technology makes our homes ever more responsive, a new book takes stock of the possibilities.