Another humungous slice of global building, and Edwin Heathcote discovers that the more different everything gets, the more samey it becomes.
Water slide, roller coaster, theme park and Buck Rogers High, these are the epithets that locals most frequently use to describe Central High School 9 in Los Angeles.
The exhibits at Tokyo's design week tended to have one thing in common.
Justin McGuirk looks at the dark secret behind all those dazzling surfaces.
Among the palm fronds and lush green moss of Design Miami's Beyond Organic exhibition, world-renowned designers discussed how pregnancy, depression, and even motorcycle accidents affected their work.
Long narrow courtyards and public paths intersect an ancient city and dominate the design of Herzog & de Meuron's latest art centre in Santa Cruz, Tenerife.
In 1970 Richard Burton was snapped arriving at Heathrow airport with a customised Valentine portable typewriter, designed by Adriano Olivetti, on one arm and his wife Elizabeth Taylor on the other.
The sci-fi writer and blogger takes a look at the background aesthetic of the future, generative design: patterns and forms conjured out of programmed randomness.
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