Architects including Álvaro Siza, Eduardo Souto de Moura and Kengo Kuma have taken over the galleries of London's Royal Academy of Arts for an architecture exhibition that features a labyrinth of sticks, an inhabitable timber monument and a web of scented bamboo (+ slideshow). More
Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners to give away five pairs of tickets to a retrospective exhibition of work by architect Richard Rogers at the Royal Academy of Arts. More
Dezeen promotion: an exhibition dedicated to the work of British architect Richard Rogers opens at London's Royal Academy of Arts today. More
Dezeen Wire: art and architecture critics have been offering their opinions on Building the Revolution: Soviet Art and Architecture, 1915-1935, an exhibition presenting the revolutionary imagery of communist Russia at the Royal Academy in London. More
Dezeen Wire: architecture critic Jay Merrick lauds the forthcoming exhibition Building the Revolution: Soviet Art and Architecture 1915-35 at the Royal Academy in London and explains how the bold, fragmented imagery of this period has influenced contemporary architects from Zaha Hadid to Rem Koolhaas - The Independent
Merrick delves into the historical circumstances that informed the revolutionary approach to creativity of artists and architects such as El Lissitzky, Alexandr Rodchenko and Vladimir Tatlin, stating that "in a world awash with 'iconic' architecture, nothing comes even close to radiating the raw potency of this truly revolutionary form."