Hagy Belzberg’s design for LAMH’s new home folds quietly into the landscape, allowing people to pass by while “horrible things happen just yards away”.
An apartment building in Cascais, Portugal,acts as a large-scale sculpture connectingthe surrounding park to the coast.
An unusual upholstery method makes the experience of sitting on this bench by Swedishduo Fulo more comfortable than it looks.
Shigeru Ban marries a simple concrete structure with locally crafted teak screens and ceilings on a clifftop in southern Sri Lanka.
Peter Eisenman’s vast arts centre is the culmination of a lifetime of ideas, and a fitting end to an era of grand civic building in Europe.
Eight years after his death, the architect who built very little – and occasionally argued for the demolition of what he did complete – is still making people think sideways about the spaces we inhabit.
An architect’s home in Madrid doubles as his research laboratory and makes whimsical use of gigantic elements from civil engineering.
Odile Decq’s Rome gallery is a bold collage of interior spaces, but makes a quieter insertion into the city fabric than Hadid’s MAXXI.
Sam Jacob discovers Barbra Streisand has “intense relationships with furniture” in her new book My Passion for Design, an ode to kitsch recreations and unrestrained antiquing that's part romcom, part confessional horror movie.