What do Facebook and the Hilton at Heathrow have in common? Nothing, or so I thought until listening to Ballardian Architecture: Inner and Outer Space – a symposium held at the Royal Academy in May, which highlighted the relationship between science fiction writer JG Ballard, architecture and contemporary society. Read moreRead more
The Royal Academy's Architecure Curator, Kate Goodwin, provides a special report from Venice on the opening days of the 12th Architecture Biennale.Read more
The RA's Kate Goodwin travelled to China recently on a design curators' study tour organised by the British Council. In part two of a series of photo-essays for this blog, she reports on Shanghai - a melting pot of architectural styles with thriving creative industries, and a domestic tourism powerhouse thanks to the city's recent World Expo.Read more
The RA's Kate Goodwin travelled to China recently on a design curators' study tour organised by the British Council. In part one of a series of photo-essays for this blog, she reports on the burgeoning design and architectural scene in Beijing.Read more
Kate Goodwin, the RA's Architecture Curator, reflects on a recent trip to Singapore for a joint event with the British CouncilRead more
The RA's Architecture Curator on the story behind The Future Memory Pavilion, Singapore (18 October – 19 November 2011)Read more
Owen Hopkins talks with the artist Blue Firth about her Architecture Space exhibition this springRead more
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