Paris had the Pompidou Centre, Sydney had its Opera House, and then Bilbao got Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim.
The £13m redesign will see the museum, the largest of its type in the world, closed for 2 years for a wholescale rearrangement
The 'friendly alien' was something of an Archigram reunion that proved a showcase for ideas around connection, technology and reality
The car is arguably one of the most transformative objects ever designed and the new exhibition at the V&A is a crowd pleaser. But it still offers a serious interrogation of the subject.
Hundreds of cultural bodies join the declaration of a climate emergency with an event to plan action
The new exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum asks plenty of questions about waste and sustainability
Hugh Broughton’s design in Hertfordshire manages to be both sensitive to the sculptor’s legacy and surprisingly un-Moore-like
In a city with a taste for the spectacular, and in an era when galleries use architecture to lure billionaire patrons, this design is magnificently understated
Perched on stilts high above a ravine, the primitive structures of the architect’s Allmannajuvet museum carry echoes of the area’s troubled past
DGT’s Estonian National Museum extends from the runway of a former Soviet airbase, but its bold conceptual design ensures it rises above the echoes of history
Herzog & de Meuron’s extension to the London contemporary art gallery opens this week – view images of the building here and follow us on social media today for coverage from inside
Rem Koolhaas mixes preservation and provocation in Moscow, turning a Soviet-era workers’ canteen into a contemporary art space, says Edwin Heathcote
As the British general election draws closer, an exhibition at the V&A looks at the role of art, architecture and design in public life
Coop Himmelb(l)au has landed an immense structure of angular steel and crystalline glass at the gateway to Lyon
Opening on 5 February, the London institution's wondrous new library by architecture and design practice AOC combines the spirit of open access with the aesthetic of open-heart surgery
The meeting of two creators of luxury objects in the Bois de Boulogne in Paris has resulted in a suitably extravagant, and sometimes exquisite, art gallery