MAD has landed an abstract metallic object in the middle of the Inner Mongolian desert, hoping to shape the barren region’s cultural identity.
In Vardø, an island at the most northeasterly point of Norway, Pritzker prize-winning architect Peter Zumthor and artist Louise Bourgeois collaborated on a monument to 91 witches burned at the stake in the 17th century.
Mieke Meijer and Dutch firm Vij5 have invented a process to make wood out of paper and invited other designers to test out the new material.
Here is the second in our series of exclusive previews of the OMA in Conversation series, featuring Rem Koolhaas, the co-founder of OMA speaking about Progress.
The Turner-prize nominated sculptor is inspired by classic pieces of modernist furniture and reinterprets them to make "places, not things".
Icon 102 is out now and the theme of the new issue is “Fire”. We interview Peter Zumthor, who recently completed a memorial to 91 witches who were burned at the stake in the 17th century on the Arctic island of Vardø, Norway, in collaboration with Louise Bourgeois.
Estudio Huma’s landmark school complex in south-east Spain is a splash of artificial green in the scorched desert landscape.
This month the Pavilion of Art and Design arrives in New York, the Canadian Centre for Architecture looks at the relationship between health and building design, World Architecture Festival gets underway in Barcelona and Museum Boijmans van Beuningen show alternative sustainable designs by Dunne & Raby, Joris Laarman and Philippe Rahm.
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