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I Went to the Venice Biennale and Saw the Future
Curated by Lesley Lokko, Venice’s Biennale Architettura 2023 challenges dominant narratives of architectural production, shifting focus toward decolonization and decarbonization.
Francis Kéré Designs a New Pavilion For Montana’s Tippet Rise Art Center
Intended as a place for visitors to pause with nature between concerts, the pavilion draws inspiration from Dogon architecture in Kéré’s native Burkina Faso.
Serpentine Pavilion 2017: Francis Kéré’s Tree-Like Design Takes Root in Kensington Gardens
Photographer Gili Merin takes a tour of this year's Serpentine Pavilion, designed by African-born architect Francis Kéré.
Francis Kéré Proposes Master Plan to Help His Country Heal
Francis Kéré, a Burkina Faso native, hopes to heal his torn country with his proposal for the parliament's master plan.
In Focus: The Architecture of Francis Kéré
At the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA), an exhibit features Francis Kéré, arguably the most influential African architect of his generation.