This multi-venue Toulouse biennial transforms the experience of wandering into a psychological journey, says Francesca Gavin.
A chaotic displays help Rem Koolhaas avoid sentimental retrospection, says Edwin Heathcote.
Belfast's sectarian bonfires.
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, the designers of the 2012 Olympic torch, are the UK’s best-known design duo. The self-described “masochists” explain how they design simple things that turn out to be fiendishly difficult to make.
Every summer 50,000 artists and revellers descend on Nevada’s Black Rock Desert for the Burning Man festival.
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.
Two design graduates are challenging the status of the rubber dingy with a boat that can be built in two minutes from a single sheet of plastic.
The designer’s new range for De La Espada blends industry and craft to create eye-catching furniture that wants you to notice how it’s made.
Architect Mariana Pestana organised a forum for designers to sell their creations at this year’s festival. The catch? Money was not allowed.
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