Design critic Alice Rawsthorn gave a sermon on Sunday about good design, complete with hymns by The Clash and Gloria Jones.
Inhabited by an avid comic book collector, this apartment has “strips” of storage and shelving space set into walls and partitions making each room look like a page of comic strips.
Time to plan your July schedules already. This month we are looking forward to the opening of two pavilions: Sanaa’s outside the Serpentine gallery in London and MOS architects’ outside PS1/Moma in New York.
Ljubljana-based architect Ofis has recently completed the Farewell chapel in Krasnja, Slovenia. It looks a bit like a bunker and has a roof covered in turf.
Architecture practice Obra has launched the “Furniture System for Small Apartments in Big Cities” – a flatpacked flat of sorts, an idea we very much like.
Lisbon-based architecture studio Aires Mateus has replaced a collection of derelict buildings in the historic town of Moura, Portugal, with a compact apartment and shopping complex.
The children of Sighartstein in Austria have got a new kindergarten decorated with oversize stylised grass blades in powder-coated aluminum.
Tord Boontje is the new head of Design Products at the Royal College of Art it was announced today.
Collecting everyday design can seem like an end in itself, so it’s good to see the mundane treasure of a Swiss professor made useful in this ingenious book.
David Chipperfield Architects has completed this mammoth government complex in Barcelona.