The conference we've attended these past few days reflected the fact that things have really changed in the world over the past six months...
Open to all architectural possibilities but reluctant to join a movement, Fumihiko Maki was able to design with a quiet intelligence, says Daniel Miller.
Masked vigilantes put the psycho into psychogeography in Zack Snyder's ultraviolent film, a tirade against the evils of the city.
The Picasso of architecture, the poet of the right angle, the Swiss psychotic ... Charles-Edouard Jeanneret had many faces, now explored at the Barbican.
When Muzak, the company that pioneered piped music, announced in February 2009 that it was teetering on the edge of bankruptcy, some of the commentary was less than sober