Designers and architects need to learn from history to plan spaces for the future

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Mikhail Riches and Cathy Hawley's Goldsmith Street wins the 2019 RIBA Stirling Prize and the inaugural Neave Brown Award for Housing as architects confront both the environmental and the housing crisis.

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Wednesday, 02 October 2019 00:41

The world of Charlotte Perriand opens in Paris

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It was the miracle product of the post-war period, but its edifice is starting to crumble, writes Katy Kelleher
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A century since Le Corbusier began his journey as an architect, he remains one of the profession's most influential and controversial figures

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As architecture becomes more performative, set design is becoming more real. Edwin Heathcote explores the age of the stage

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The list showcases technological innovation, clever use of materials, inclusive and accessible design and wry looks at modern culture

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The exhibitions and talks to put in the diary for this year's London Design Festival

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This cool and contemporary Costa Bravan Hotel references the nearby coastline in its sintered stone finishes

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In the latest edition of Icon Minds, we hear from Sam Jacob, formerly one-third of FAT, on his creative path and the role architects play in society

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Tuesday, 20 August 2019 15:30

Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright

As the work of Frank Lloyd Wright enters the UNESCO World Heritage List, we consider Fallingwater, one of the architect's most iconic works
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Amin Taha tells Icon about his battle to save his Clerkenwell Close studio and home from demolition, as part of the Icon Minds series

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The annual design event combines the cultural awareness of an art biennale with the exuberance of a festival

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Roehampton's Alton Estate is one of 10 buildings on the Twentieth Century Society’s list of buildings at risk of demolition. Edwin Heathcote argues for its survival

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Ostriches, dromedaries and alpacas roam free in this park, gallery and artist's studio in Genk

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Gropius, Mies and Breuer headed to the US – but some Bauhaus alumnae went to the USSR. Only now is their work coming to light

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Memorials – from Peter Eisenman's Holocaust Memorial in Berlin to David Adjaye and Ron Arad's in London – are less about quiet contemplation of the past than direct confrontation with the present

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One hundred years after the design movement began, the new Bauhaus Museum in Weimar is just one of multiple tributes reassessing the school's historic legacy
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Junya Ishigami speaks to Icon about his 2019 pavilion
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The Architects' Mental Wellbeing Forum launches a practical new kit for the architecture industry

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