London went pavilion mad this summer. The most high-profile folly was Rem Koolhaas' Serpentine Pavilion. The Architectural Association's summer pavilion shares the same DNA as its bigger brother at London’s Serpentine Gallery.

Nothing hurts like status lost. If an upgrade is a privilege, an honour, a recognition that you alone among hundreds of airline passengers are deserving of enhanced comfort and care; then what is a downgrade?
Hydra, octopus, spider and dinosaur are some of the terms international architecture collective Servo uses to describe its video-projecting sculpture, UNIT.
These are the things I took away from Nintendo’s first UK presentation of its Wii home console: a Tim Henman-endorsed tennis racket and ball, a pulled muscle in my left arm and an intense feeling of relief.

The opening night gala at the Guthrie Theatre featured a Jean Nouvel impersonator.

Jurgen Bey lives and works in what looks like an aeroplane hangar.

This fish-cutting table by Chinese-American artist and architect Maya Lin is part of a permanent installation in Cape Disappointment State Park in Washington State.
Miami Vice was the first television series to be solely about style.
"Would you like tea or coffee?" "Sparkling water," answers Tadao Ando through a translator.