Japanese architect Shigeru Ban is best known for his innovative work with paper, especially his disaster relief-housing and humanitarian design
The 10th edition of Design Miami Basel is taking place this week in the Swiss city, drawing together collectable designs, new commissions and a specially curated exhibition of architecture
The judges have announced the nominees for this year's awards. Click here for the full list and details of the awards ceremony on 4 December
New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward is being rebuilt by an army of famous architects recruited by Brad Pitt. While some question whether this is the rescue party the area needs, a neighbourhood rises that is unlike anywhere else on Earth.
Shigeru Ban has used recycled cardboard tubes, his signature material, to build everything from shelters for earthquake victims to pavilions for luxury brands.
Shigeru Ban marries a simple concrete structure with locally crafted teak screens and ceilings on a clifftop in southern Sri Lanka.
Eighteen kilometres of beams go into the vast undulating roof of the Centre Pompidou-Metz in north-east France, designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban and Paris-based Jean de Gastines.
A village of pink, life-size monopoly homes currently occupies 14 city blocks in downtown New Orleans.
A nomadic museum designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban has materialised on the west side of Manhattan.
When Shigeru Ban decided to construct the dome of a new gymnasium in Japan from plywood, he saw it simply as a continuation of his search for efficiency. But his structural engineer wasn't quite so confident.