Naoto Fukasawa is showing me some pictures that he has taken around Tokyo. There is one of a man using a window as a mirror, then there’s a bent rail next to a bus stop and a carton of milk on top of a post. They’re very nice, but it’s not obvious what they have to do with his product and furniture design.

A New York musical about city planner Robert Moses proves that urban theory can be pop entertainment.

Only in America could you find a museum on an eight-lane highway. But then many things about the Walker Art Centre, in Minneapolis, will surprise a European sensibility.

I went to Munich to see Konstantin Grcic but he wasn’t there. He was actually in Paris.

Peter Eisenman is in Berlin on the eve of the opening of his huge Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. He is agitated and excited.

Stefan Sagmeister likes to be in his own work. For one infamous poster, the Austrian-born, New York-based graphic designer cut the copy into his torso with a scalpel. Here he talks to icon about his work and methods.

Frank Gehry has completed his building for the MARTa Art and Design Centre in Herford, Germany. Rather than stainless steel or titanium, it is made of more traditional brick.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the pizza giant’s arrival in Britain, we assess the cultural impact of a global food icon and trusty companion.