General Architecture’s copper-clad office building in Skelleftea, northern Sweden, has all sorts of conventional characteristics – right angles, windows in wall.
“I decided to choreograph the demolition,” says artist Doug Aitken, who recently knocked down his home – with his parents inside it.
Montreal's designers gathered at the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) for a live design event as part of the city’s fourth annual Portes Ouvertes design festival.
Solid soup and edible plates that are worn like jewellery are two of the latest products created by experimental food designer Diane Bisson.
Clerkenwell Design Week celebrates the east London neighbourhood that is host to thousands of architects and designers and 60-odd design showrooms.
We talked about Africa for the second series of icon minds, to coincide with our special issue looking at architecture, design and the urban environment on that continent (icon 084).
Nikolaus Pevsner’s “lost” study of townscape finally makes it into print – how do the RIBA’s latest odes to urban renewal measure up against its principles?
This SAS Royal Copenhagen hotel room is a portal to the past – stopped in time, preserved for posterity while everything around it is changing
A chaotic interior is disguised by a minimal glass exterior at a new office building in Istanbul designed by New York-based practice REX.
Autarky is a series of vessels and lampshades made using the simplest of materials and techniques. It’s the latest project from Formafantasma, a studio of two Italian designers based in Eindhoven.
Crisis, hyperpower, migration, brands, rogue microstates, server farms … Maverick Dutch design and branding agency Metahaven riffs on how design serves the nation state in this extraordinary book.
Illicit photography makes a magnificent theme for an exhibition and Tate Modern brings us every bedsheet and bloodstain.