The inaugural Sharjah Architecture Triennale, curated by the RCA's dean of architecture Adrian Lahoud, engages with the pertinent issue of 'rights of future generations'. But what about rights within the UAE? asks Priya Khanchandani

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As we teeter on the brink of climate catastrophe, we speak to the curator of a new exhibition exploring creative responses to the crisis

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There were a few swerves on the path to realising The Twist – but now it's built, the space makes for an ethereal gallery experience

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The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment is making a promise to tackle the industry's diversity issues

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The Sheikh Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children by Stanton Williams tries to overcome medical clichés and bring researchers, doctors and patients closer together

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Icon's new regular roundup of news and tips for your week ahead

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Writing about food has never been so good, or serious, as now. Esther Choi's book of recipes inspired by famous artists and architects, combines fun with thoughtful commentary

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Separate entrances for low-income residents have become a potent symbol of London’s social apartheid, writes Priya Khanchandani

Published in Crimes Against Design

A new exhibition at the Building Centre showcases a surprisingly rich resurgence of ceramics in architecture

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Designers and architects need to learn from history to plan spaces for the future

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Mikhail Riches and Cathy Hawley's Goldsmith Street wins the 2019 RIBA Stirling Prize and the inaugural Neave Brown Award for Housing as architects confront both the environmental and the housing crisis.

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Wednesday, 02 October 2019 00:41

The world of Charlotte Perriand opens in Paris

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It was the miracle product of the post-war period, but its edifice is starting to crumble, writes Katy Kelleher
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A century since Le Corbusier began his journey as an architect, he remains one of the profession's most influential and controversial figures

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As architecture becomes more performative, set design is becoming more real. Edwin Heathcote explores the age of the stage

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The list showcases technological innovation, clever use of materials, inclusive and accessible design and wry looks at modern culture

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The exhibitions and talks to put in the diary for this year's London Design Festival

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This cool and contemporary Costa Bravan Hotel references the nearby coastline in its sintered stone finishes

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In the latest edition of Icon Minds, we hear from Sam Jacob, formerly one-third of FAT, on his creative path and the role architects play in society

Published in Features
Tuesday, 20 August 2019 15:30

Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright

As the work of Frank Lloyd Wright enters the UNESCO World Heritage List, we consider Fallingwater, one of the architect's most iconic works
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