"We are absolutely crap decorators,"admits Mattias Ståhlbom, one half of the interior architect and furniture designer TAF.
"This is not minimalism," declares Valerio Olgiati with a defiant stare, describing two white concrete cubes punctured with symmetrical windows.
Something unbelievable has happened: farming has become fashionable. But only if you're doing it in the middle of a city
It's good to see modernism wrestled out of the jaws of the middle classes and the heritage industry, says William Wiles.
Once seen as part of pop music, jazz grew into its own cultural force and influenced everything along the way, writes Francesca Gavin.
Architects need to be less autonomous and engage with the everyday, argues Jeremy Till, but this could well be a case of merry myth-making, says Charles Holland.
Marc Augé's study of hotels, malls and airports, now in a new edition, has become more relevant in a world of growing inequality, says Owen Hatherley.
Google marches towards its destiny of total information awareness, bringing the all-seeing eye of Street View to 25 UK cities.