News Archive

Exhibition: Visions of the Self: Rembrandt and Now

Exhibition: Visions of the Self: Rembrandt and Now

12th April 2019. Visions of the Self: Rembrandt and Now, the exhibition designed by Caruso St John is open at Gagosian Gallery Grosvenor Hill. Featuring Rembrandt’s Self-Portrait with Two Circles (c. 1665), the exhibition marks a new partnership between Gagosian and English Heritage which will entail the gallery supporting the charity and its sites, artworks, and artefacts. It will be open until 18th May 2019. More information here 

Lecture: Canterbury

20th March 2019. Rod Heyes will be giving a lecture at the Canterbury School of Architecture on 21st March 2019 as part of the MULTISTORY* lecture series. The lecture will be held in the Architecture Foyer at UCA Canterbury, and begin at 18:00. More information here.

Competition: DWH Innovation Campus

Competition: DWH Innovation Campus

7th March 2019. Caruso St John has won the competition for a masterplan for the Gartenstadt Hellerau campus of furniture company Deutsche Werkstätten in northern Dresden. The masterplan comprises three new structures, which will replace existing industrial sheds adjacent to the company’s historic factory buildings. At the heart of the development is a new ‘garden building’ that provides workspace and amenities for the company’s staff as well as a flexible gallery space for exhibitions and events. The building is conceived as a freestanding pavilion within the restructured landscape of the site. 

Groundbreaking: Swiss Life ZSC Lions Arena

Groundbreaking: Swiss Life ZSC Lions Arena

6th March 2019. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on the site of the new Swiss Life Arena for the ZSC Lions ice hockey team, celebrating the start of construction. The project is scheduled for completion in 2022. More information here.

Exhibition: Unveiled Affinities: Quaderns in Europe

Exhibition: Unveiled Affinities: Quaderns in Europe

8th February 2019. Caruso St John will be participating in the exhibition 'Unveiled Affinities'. Organized by the Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC) the exhibition explores the architecture magazine Quaderns d'Arquitectura i Urbanisme (published 1981-1991) and its influence in contemporary architecture practices. The exhibition opens 15 February 2019 at the COAC Exhibition Hall in Barcelona and runs until 10 March 2019. More information here

Discussion: Carte Blanche XVI

Discussion: Carte Blanche XVI

30 January 2019. Adam Caruso and Peter St John will be in discussion with Maria Conen, Oliver Lütjens as part of the Caruso St John Carte Blanche Exhibition at Architekturforum Zurich. The event begins at 19:00. More information here

Richard Schlagman Art Book Awards

25 January 2019. Adam Caruso will be part of part of the panel of judges for the Richard Schlagman Art Book Awards. Winners will be announced in September, during Whitechapel Gallery's London Book Art Fair. More information here

Royal Academy of Arts

Royal Academy of Arts

21st January 2019. Adam Caruso and Peter St John have been elected Royal Academicians. Their partnership will be inducted into the Royal Academy of Arts at a meeting of the Council on 5th February. More information here

Lecture: Delft

Lecture: Delft

17th January 2019. Peter St John will be giving a lecture at the Berlage as part of Berlage Keynotes, a lecture series featuring high-profile and internationally recognized designers. A video of Peter's presentation can be found here. More information about the lecture series can be found here

Exhibition: Carte Blanche XVI

Exhibition: Carte Blanche XVI

12th December 2018. As part of the Carte Blanche series, Caruso St John’s exhibition The end of the beginning or the beginning of the end, and is progress even possible in architecture? will show at the Architekturforum in Zurich. The exhibition will open with a short talk with Adam Caruso and Peter St John on 12 December 2018, with a critical interrogation with Maria Conen, Oliver Lutjens, Adam Caruso and Peter St John following on 30 January 2019. The show runs until 8 February 2018. More information here