In our Film issue, we watch The Competition, a gripping documentary about Nouvel, Gehry, Hadid, Perrault and Foster bidding to build a new national museum of art in Andorra. We also talk to Tomas Koolhaas who's making REM, a film about his father's work. And Owen Hatherley examines how London's architecture has been portrayed by auteurs from abroad, from François Truffaut to Alfonso Cuarón.
The winner of this year’s Young Architect’s Program at MoMA PS1, Design Miami/Basel, cityscapes at the Soane Museum, the London Festival of Architecture, LS Lowry at Tate Britain, Peter Zumthor at LACMA, Ken Price’s sculptures and drawings, and homes in contemporary art.
To celebrate our first decade in print, we're offering you the chance to win one of six classic chairs during Clerkenwell Design Week. All you have to do is doodle around a silhouette of the chair you want, putting it into an imaginary context, and drop it into one of the special Icon boxes at CDW. To find out more:
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