To celebrate ten years of Icon in print, we gave away six collectable chairs during Clerkenwell Design Week. We asked you to doodle around a silhouette of one of the classic chairs, putting it into the context of your choice. Here are the winners …

Cinema has come a long way since an actor first sat in front of a coloured screen and pretended to fly a magic carpet. But today’s hyper-real digital worlds still start with a lurid green wall.

Foster + Partners’ airport in the Jordanian desert uses local materials and Islamic motifs, but surprises arriving passengers with lush greenery.

Angel Borrego Cubero’s wonderfully gossipy film, The Competition, follows five of the world’s most famous architects in apparently hot pursuit of the chance to build the national museum of Andorra. It's a revealing glimpse of life at a big-name practice, from the late-night pizzas to the experience of being shouted at by a Pritzker Prize winner.

Icon Design Trail 19 July 2013

There’s one week left – you have until Friday 26 July – to register your London Design Festival event to be included in the Icon Design Trail.

Theatrum Mundi’s creative attempts to reimagine the city are unlikely to solve the conundrum of Copenhagen, says Hana Loftus.

Beals & Lyon, a young Santiago practice, seeks to draw people back to the city’s parks with a series of timber pavilions and pathways in which one might get lost.

Patricia Urquiola 12 July 2013

The Spanish architect and designer thinks that it's never been a more interesting time to be a furniture designer.

Maddison Graphic refurbishes a venerable institution with a typeface built from architectural elements.

122: Future 50 04 July 2013

For this issue we asked a dozen experts to nominate those architects and designers that they thought were shaping the future. We didn’t want our list of 50 names to watch to be hierarchical, with definitive pretensions, but rather a snapshot of the ways in which a new generation is pushing the boundaries of its practice. We spoke to the nominees about what they thought were the challenges and opportunities facing their profession, and the things that inspired them.

An encyclopaedic film reveals the key supporting role that the architectural model plays in cinema, says Charles Holland.

Few designers are as overtly influenced by the objects that they collect as Sebastian Bergne. The precise graphics of his rulers and other measuring devices appear in silk scarves and cheeseboards, and even the coat hangers that he hoards have been reimagined as candelabra.

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