ARCHITECTURE AND MICROPOLITICS
We are delighted to announce the release of our new book which includes a detailed analysis of four buildings designed by FMA, a substantial essay by Farshid Moussavi, an afterword by Jacques Rancière, and contributions by Iñaki Ábalos, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Irénée Scalbert. The book will be available next week from Park Books, other online stores, and bookshops in the UK and Europe (in the US from January 2023). Signed copies can also be ordered from FMA shortly.
FESTIVAL OF IDEAS AND CONVERSATIONS AT THE ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION
Farshid Moussavi will join the first of a series of conversations at The AA to celebrate its 175th birthday.
Monday, October 03, 2022
Open House champions the city as a form that can inspire you
Sadiq Khan with Farshid Moussavi, Muyiwa Oki, Catherine Slessor, Peter Barber, Kate Macintosh, Selasi Setufe, Lion Heart, Spencer de Grey, Victoria Thornton, Ellis Woodman, Amanda Baillieu and Simon Allford about the 30th-anniversary edition of the Open House
What Doesn't Kill You: How To Make Better Mistakes. Farshid Moussavi, Tom Dixon and Harriet Quick together in a talk about creative screwing up.
Fiorucci pop-up stores
FMA's new pop-up stores for Fiorucci featured in WWD magazine
Ismaili Center Design Presentation
Prince Amyn and Mayor of the City of Houston Sylvester Turner presenting the Ismaili Center Houston on Thursday 11 August 2022 at 6.30PM (London), 12.30 PM (Houston)
The Clamor of Ornament: Exchange, Power, and Joy from the Fifteenth Century to the Present
FMA is part of the exhibition on Ornament at the Drawing Center New York, through 18th of
Farshid Moussavi's essay on The Clamor of Ornament publication
In conjunction with the exhibition, this catalog seeks to address the multilayered complexity of the history of ornament, including the dissonance between the unequal and destructive relationships that mediate its movement between sources, and its irrepressible power to express joy through motifs drawn from both the natural world and the minds of artists and designers.
Financial Times: Royal Academy Architecture Prize goes to Renée Gailhoustet
Edwin Heathcote talks to Farshid Moussavi about the selection of Renée Gailhoustet for Royal Academy Architecture Prize
Farshid Moussavi named as design advocates for London
Farshid Moussavi is part of the 42 new Mayor’s Design Advocates with a wealth of expertise and skills to support his vision of ‘good growth’, delivering a safe, fairer, greener and more prosperous city for all Londoners.
Farshid Moussavi interviewed on Architectural Record
An interview with this year's Jane Drew Prize recipient
Farshid Moussavi and Mona Hatoum named winners of the 2022 Jane Drew and Ada Louise Huxtable Prizes
Farshid Moussavi has been awarded the Jane Drew Prize for Architecture 2022, an award recognising an architectural designer who, through their work and commitment to design excellence, has raised the profile of women in architecture.
Wallpaper Limited Edition Cover design by FMA
Wohnbau in Nanterre La Défense, Architektur Aktuell
FMA's Nanterre La-Defense housing building published on A+T
The Function of Style
Publisher: Actar, FunctionLab, Harvard Graduate School of Design
L'Architecture d'Ajuourd'hui 388
Farshid Moussavi from FOA to FMA: Yokohama, London, Tehranlink
The Function of Form
Publisher: Actar Language English ISBN-10: 8496954730 ISBN-13: 978-8496954731link
The Function of Ornament
Publisher: Actar, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Hardback: 192 pages
Architectural Review January 2014
Farshid Moussavi Viewpoints: Planning is a lost art formlink
Architectural Review February 2013
Farshid Moussavi Viewpoints: Creative leaps in the arena of achitectural competitionslink
Harvard Design Magazine 35
Farshid Moussavi: 30 St. Mary Axe (pages 54-59)
Instigations- engaging architecture, landscape and the city
Farshid Moussavi: An Archeological Approach (pages 70-75)
Publisher: Lars Muller Publisher
Architectural Review January 2012
Farshid Moussavi Viewpoints: Parametric software is no substitute for parametric thinkinglink
Frashid Moussavi: La arquitectura como naturaleza (pages 113-115)
Publisher: Circulo de bellas artes, Akademie der Kunste
Implicate and Explicate: Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2011
Farshid Moussavi: What about Symbols?
Architectural Review October 2011
Farshid Moussavi Viewpoints: Architecture and activism should be as closely linked as the problems we need to solvelink
Farshid Moussavi: The Function of Architecture (page 92-96)
Farshid Moussavi interviewed by Gabrielle Sandwert (pages 186-189)