A doll's house for grown-ups might be the best way to describe this garden shed with upholstered seating, a bed and cooking facilities, designed by German furniture manufacturer Moormann.
No one would ever suspect that I think objects have souls unless they saw me unthinkingly administering severe beatings to chair legs, bed corners and other objects that have "hurt" me. Roger-Pol Droit has made me feel bad - very bad indeed - about that. I'm going to stop doing it.
Barbed wire killed the cowboy. As the population of the American West grew in the mid 19th century and competition for land increased, areas were enclosed by their owners.
A cut diamond sits on the corner of a dense residential neighbourhood in the Shinjuku district of Tokyo.
An icon book review is usually around 600 words, if the editors are kind. But there can't have been many that have had to cover quite as much yardage as this one.
Contemporary memorial design is in crisis, argues Kieran Long. Minimalism has become the accepted, culturally sensitive way of commemorating loss. But does it communicate anything more than silence?

This signature waterfront building is Boston’s first new museum in a century.

Terunobu Fujimori doesn’t look like a maverick.

Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, together known as SANAA, speak with one mind.