Doyen of deconstructivism

NZ architect Mark Wigley is name-checked in Dwell magazine’s monthly Architectural Movements 101 section. Wigley’s famous Deconstructivist Architecture exhibition, with Philip Johnson, forms the basis of Dwell’s May article devoted to the deconstructivism and digital design movements. Dwell: “If there is one thing about which all deconstructivists agree, it is that there is no one thing about which all deconstructivists agree … It must have been with a certain sense of irony, then, that Mark Wigley and the venerable Philip Johnson put together their landmark exhibition, “Deconstructivist Architecture”, back in 1988.”


Tags: Deconstructivist Architecture exhibition  Dwell  Mark Wigley  

Tūī Winner Benee Has a Vision

Tūī Winner Benee Has a Vision

Aucklander Benee, otherwise known as Stella Bennett, who claimed four Tūīs at this year’s Vodafone Music Awards, talked to Billboard’s Gab Ginsberg in the United States recently about her latest EP,…