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Barcelona residents face eviction as Sagrada Familia Basilica completion approaches
Since work began 141 years ago, the Sagrada Família has become almost as famous for its endless works as for its magnificent architecture. Now nearby residents face being evicted if the construction is completed, but are doubtful a decision be made before this month's key local elections.
Look inside Alexander Lervik's renovated kit house south of Stockholm
As part of our series on designers' homes, Euronews Culture takes a look inside Alexander Lervik's property just south of Stockholm.
Meet the jury members for 2023's Venice Biennale
The board of directors for Venice's International Architecture Exhibition have revealed the five jury members who will award prizes when the show kicks off on 20 May.
What to expect at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2023
Venice is gearing up for the 2023 Architecture Biennale, one of the most important festivals of the built environment in the world, which will open to the public on May 20th. The show is set to ask and spark debate around some big questions.
Watch ‘Europe’s largest 3D-printed building’ come into shape
The 3D-printed building is expected to be completed by July and will house computer servers.
Largest Norman Foster retrospective opens in Paris
Six decades of works by the world renowned British architect who is often seen as a leader of the "high-tech" trend are now on display at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Culture Re-View: The battle to make the tallest building in New York
Before the 20th century, the tallest buildings were invariably churches and other religious sites. At the turn of the century that all changed with the birth of the skyscraper.
Culture Re-View: A look back at this day in history
On this day, the newly designed Reichstag was opened in Berlin in 1999. Behind it was the architect who's designed the look of multiple modern cities.
France's most beautiful villages are all in this one region
The Dordogne is known for its UNESCO-listed cave paintings and traditional villages.
Ai Weiwei creates world's largest Lego artwork ever and it's in London
Ai Weiwei, the celebrated Chinese artist and activist, is set to open his first exhibition focusing on design and architecture at the Design Museum in April.
How can public spending by a city drive sustainable innovation?
In this latest episode of Business Planet, we discover how local authorities in Oslo are using public procurement to decarbonise the capital's construction sites.
Designers and their homes - London's Low Energy House
Want to know what objects of desire or furnishing and fittings designers choose to put in their homes? Euronews Culture starts a new series by taking a look inside architect Ben Ridley's low energy house in London.
This Polish city has just been ranked the cheapest place to be vegan
Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland and is full of architectural gems.
Inaugural Ramadan Pavilion celebrates the lives of Muslims across UK
The Ramadan pavilion will be open throughout the holiest month of the Islamic calendar.
The gargoyles of the Notre-Dame de Paris are coming back to life
Notre-Dame de Paris reconstructions gradually recover its fantastic creatures.
The Sydney Opera House celebrates its 50th anniversary
From its fascinating construction to its legendary guests, the Opera House has spent half a century defining Sydney's skyline.
Uzbekistan: The Central Asian country is opening up to the world
Uzbekistan is now easier than ever to visit, here are some of the best things to see and do.
This lesser-known European capital is a cheap summer destination
You get a lot more for your money here than in honeypot capitals like Paris or Rome.
French architect and activist Roland Castro dies aged 82
A leading figure in the May 68 student protests, Castro was a proponent of architecture that improved the lives of the working classes.
David Alan Chipperfield wins Pritzker Architecture Prize
The jury said the award went to Chipperfield for his commitment to society and the environment in his designs.