All of my choices are about going beyond something – in search of creativity and in search of something you didn’t even know existed. You could say that they’re all about energy, they’re all inspiring.
This London duo’s fixation with the art of creation is challenging the notion that product designers should focus on the end result.
OMA’s architectural faculty building at Cornell is a playful take on modernism, with a clever hybrid structure that doubles as a teaching aid.
David Adjaye’s seven-volume taxonomy of African cities covers settlements in forests, mountains, grasslands and deserts. But is this huge collection of the architect’s photographs guilty of overlooking the problems of mass urbanisation on this understudied continent?
French designer Sibylle Delclaux has stripped down high-tech electronics to their basic elements to create an elegant, functional and intuitive range of products that has educational as well as practical value.