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

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

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