The bridge, formed by two cantilevers, rejoins an ancient isthmus – almost

Published in News
Friday, 16 March 2018 14:29

Swiss Design: more than just helvetica

Swiss design has long been overshadowed by the country’s engineering prowess. Can a national drive to bring the two cultures together spawn a new era of innovation?

Published in GALLERY

This exhibition at the V&A is a victim of its own ambition, says John Jervis, displaying a wealth of impressive material, but with explanations that fail to provide illumination for experts and lay audiences alike

Published in Review

In this podcast, the structural engineer discusses her work on The Shard and the role of tall buildings in tackling London's problems

Published in Comment
Monday, 29 September 2014 14:34

The Bridge: Spanning Art and Science

The Architecture Centre, Bristol
1 October – 16 November 2014

Published in Diary

Dror Benshetrit’s latest project – a geometrical truss system that can be used as table legs or to buttress a building or a bridge – is rebranding the one-time product designer as a serious player in the field of architecture and engineering.

Published in Features
Monday, 08 August 2011 16:30

Dunne & Raby's Future Foragers

Overpopulation could lead to food shortages on a global scale, so design duo Dunne & Raby is imagining a future where people digest food in the same way animals do.

Published in Features
Wednesday, 14 July 2010 16:43

Profile: Gramazio & Kohler

The robot And the architect are friends. That’s the philosophy of Swiss architects Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler.

Published in Features