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Design critic Alice Rawsthorn gave a sermon on Sunday about good design, complete with hymns by The Clash and Gloria Jones.
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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.
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July Diary

26 June 2009
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.
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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.
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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.
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Provocateurs ran wild at the Experimenta Design biennale, which this year was held in Amsterdam instead of its regular home, Lisbon.

Ludlow 38

23 June 2009
Ludlow 38 is a tiny art space in a former Chinese store on New York's Lower East Side.
A pair of bright yellow gulls on the corner of a school in Falmouth adds the final touch to a building that was designed for and run by 12- and 13-year-old schoolchildren.


23 June 2009
Big-Game has created three new collections for a retrospective of its work.

Jürgen Mayer H's first private commission, the Dupli Casa, appears to have liquefied around the edges.

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