Designed by Portuguese Pritzker-winner Álvaro Siza to house a collection of Bauhaus and 20th-century artefacts. How is this helping to revive China’s contemporary design scene?
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Detroit, 10 years on. The crash left Motor City bankrupt. Now a Unesco City of Design, can local creatives drive its rebirth? 
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Tuesday, 11 December 2018 09:38

Shock of the new: Neolith at MALBA

the Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires has become one of Buenos Aires’ most recognisable landmarks.
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Homes that ebb and flow with changing lifestyles are hitting the headlines
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As the young studio prepares for its biggest commission so far at Biennale Interieur, we ask what they will make of a bigger stage
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The fuzzy language of wellness and the lust for ever longer lives has hindered a history of promoting public health through architecture
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“Boldness is the fairest way to establish a dialogue with the massive forces of nature”, says the Chilean Pritzker-winner in an interview with Icon
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Compared with most bland office towers, La Tour Marseillaise is breath of fresh Mediterranean air. Is this what it looks like when Jean Nouvel is having fun?
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Gaze with wonder on the 'architectural abominations' carved by some of New York's major firms
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Under a single undulating roof, Mecanoo’s ship-like arts centre in Kaohsiung stows no fewer than five auditoriums. But it’s the space in-between them all that dips and swells into something magical

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These futile exercises in preserving the past are just fig leaves to cover contemporary architecture’s shame

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Oliver Wainwright's new book, Inside North Korea, chronicles the historical evolution of Pyongyang's powerful architecture from its inception in 1953 to today

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After decades of neglect, UK nuclear bunkers may just have an alternative future ahead as high-tech digital age facilities.

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David Chipperfield has released first images of IMPACT Centre, Edinbrgh's first new dedicated performance venue in 100 years 

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Thursday, 01 March 2018 15:44

Stadt des Kindes: On A Failed Utopia

Architekturzentrum Wien, Vienna

17 April - 28 May 2018

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Thursday, 01 March 2018 15:33

Monet and Architecture

The National Gallery, London

9 April - 29 July 2018

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High tech superstructures are re-examined in a new show at Norman Foster’s Sainsbury Centre. But is the movement ready to make a comeback?

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Wednesday, 20 December 2017 11:27

Arcosanti: Dreamer in the Dust

Paolo Soleri went from Frank Lloyd Wright disciple to desert prophet, building a strange, half-realised utopia that captures the narcissism of the lone visionary architect – and reminds us why, sometimes, we need them

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Fashion has so far resisted the pull of digital technology, but now architects and designers are joining forces to revolutionise the industry’s way of working, says Debika Ray

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