Tag: Francis Kéré
The Place Where You Find What You’re Not Looking For
Richard Sennett on open cities
Francis Kéré: Colorscape
installation and first USA retrospective in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA, until 25 September 2016.
DAMNº interview with architect Diébédo Francis Kéré at Palazzo Litta
Francis Kéré’s playfull erba palustre
A Matter of Perception: Tradition and Technology, Palazzo Litta, Milan, 12-17 April.
DIÉBÉDO FRANCIS KÉRÉ FOR RIVA 1920
Riva 1920 is the company selected by Francis Kéré to produce his first stool, ZIBA. Specialised in solid wood furniture, Riva 1920 proved ideal for the task, as the design […]
GAGGENAU: Conviviality Pavilion
Francis Kéré has conceived the Courtyard Village as a place for encounter, dialogue, and relaxation. Within this context is the Conviviality Pavilion, a circular structure like the others, but expressly […]
REGGIANI: Courtyard atmosphere
Light is a key element for enhancing the architectural installation that Francis Kéré has inserted into the majestic Renaissance courtyard. Reggiani’s challenge has been to emphasise the contrast between the […]
Diébédo Francis Kéré’s Courtyard Village
Architect Diébédo Francis Kéré’s presents his courtyard pavillion at Palazzo Litta.
Architecture as the Answer
Francis Kéré offers hope