William Menking

William Menking is the Editor-in-Chief of The Architect's Newspaper.

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Six can’t-miss sculptures from the Münster Sculpture Project

Once every decade, the German city of Münster hosts a sculpture exhibit in its public spaces. The first exhibit was in 1977 and so in 2017 it’s time again for the experimental program in this Westphalian village. Münster is a thriving regional capital with a large university, thousands of bicycles,…
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Architectural works steal the show at Documenta 14

The art exhibition Documenta has been staged every five years in Kassel, Germany since 1955. The first Documenta was labeled “a museum for 100 days” and featured work from the famous 1937 degenerate art show staged by the Nazis. It was an example of Germany coming to terms with…
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Roundtable in Rome highlights new ways for young architects to practice

"Generazione: A Call From Rome," a tavola rotunda or round table, was just convened at the Acquario Romano, home to the city’s Casa dell'Architettura di Roma. The gathering aimed to address a range of issues relevant to the generation of young architects just entering into professional practice. This new…