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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Amin Taha tells Icon about his battle to save his Clerkenwell Close studio and home from demolition, as part of the Icon Minds series

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The annual design event combines the cultural awareness of an art biennale with the exuberance of a festival

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Roehampton's Alton Estate is one of 10 buildings on the Twentieth Century Society’s list of buildings at risk of demolition. Edwin Heathcote argues for its survival

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Ostriches, dromedaries and alpacas roam free in this park, gallery and artist's studio in Genk

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Gropius, Mies and Breuer headed to the US – but some Bauhaus alumnae went to the USSR. Only now is their work coming to light

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Memorials – from Peter Eisenman's Holocaust Memorial in Berlin to David Adjaye and Ron Arad's in London – are less about quiet contemplation of the past than direct confrontation with the present

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One hundred years after the design movement began, the new Bauhaus Museum in Weimar is just one of multiple tributes reassessing the school's historic legacy
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Junya Ishigami speaks to Icon about his 2019 pavilion
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The Architects' Mental Wellbeing Forum launches a practical new kit for the architecture industry

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All 17 Stirling Prize winners signed a declaration promising action on the 'climate and biodiversity emergency'

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There's still a way to go in challenging how we think about and design bathrooms, says Charles Holland

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Our pick of the festival showcases some of the designers with innovative ideas – many with a focus on sustainability, longevity and social responsibility.

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Clerkenwell's alleys and passageways were once home to an infamous London institution

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The workplace plays an enormous role in our lives; it ought to support us emotionally, says Linzi Cassels

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Greenwich Peninsula will get a new stretch of parks and walkways in July

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Spikes were once reactionary, but it is increasingly apparent that developers are defining earlier who they want to include and who they do not

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Reflecting back on a career behind the camera, Adrian Ensor explains what it takes to get the perfect architecture shot.

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Festival director Tamsie Thomson previews more than 400 events coming up this June

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Creating stuctures mainly for their Instagram impact is a frustrating trend in architecture

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