Queer Spaces: Why Are They Important in Architecture and the Public Realm?

Queer Spaces: Why Are They Important in Architecture and the Public Realm? © Robert Katzki / Unsplash Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/989218/queer-spaces-why-are-they-important-in-architecture-and-the-public-realm The queer crowd has always been present, finding ways to exist, gather, and celebrate. Although their visibility hasn’t always been highlighted throughout history due to the consciousness of having … Read more

10 Incredible LGBTQIA+ Creatives To Follow

June 24th, 2022 They say a picture tells 1000 words and, as photographers, we often find this is the most natural way to communicate ideas. Art, photography, and creative practice have always been ways for people to express themselves, tell stories, work through trauma, and make their voices heard. June is Pride Month and it’s … Read more

Architecture Between a Glorious Past and a Questionable Present: Interview with Greek Architect Andreas Angelidakis

Architecture Between a Glorious Past and a Questionable Present: Interview with Greek Architect Andreas Angelidakis POST RUIN BENTIVOGLIO, curated by Antonio Grulli. Photo courtesy of Andreas Angelidakis. Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984893/unauthorized-buildings-and-people-finding-new-ways-to-think-architecture-with-andreas-angelidakis How might your persona or act differ if you were to put yourself before society’s expectations and limitations, embracing … Read more

Designing around Debate: The Gender-Neutral Bathroom

Designing around Debate: The Gender-Neutral Bathroom Rhose Island School of Design Student Center/WorkAC. Image © Bruce Damonte Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984280/designing-around-debate-the-gender-neutral-bathroom “Creating an equitable city implies that every citizen has their needs met”, states architect Wanda Dalla Costa at a time when metropolises were noticing change. Architects and the public … Read more

Homomonument: The Importance of a Representative Space in the City

Homomonument: The Importance of a Representative Space in the City Homomonument in Amsterdam. Photo: Geert-Jan Edelenbosch, CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984342/homomonument-the-importance-of-a-representative-space-in-the-city While walking through the city, have you ever felt afraid to be yourself? As strange as the question may sound to some, it is … Read more

Queer Spaces and the Path of Positive Possibilities Within Architecture: an Interview with Adam Nathaniel Furman

Queer Spaces and the Path of Positive Possibilities Within Architecture: an Interview with Adam Nathaniel Furman © Kaoru Yamada Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/982304/queer-spaces-and-the-path-of-positive-possibilities-within-architecture-an-interview-with-adam-nathaniel-furman “Growing up queer means experiencing the destabilizing absence of a broad and accessible queer history, most notably, in our case, in relation to spatial design.” This account … Read more