Popular between the 1970s and 90s, postmodern architecture featured houses with curving forms, bright colours and humorous ornamentation
Postmodern Architecture: Less is a Bore, by curator and Icon contributor Owen Hopkins, traces postmodernism from its inception to the present day.
Design movements have their core principles and significant levels of influence, but there are ideas in the history of design that have crossed over and changed the way we think about objects. Here we pick five that made an impact
They are barely buildings, but form the perfect epitaph for a man who transformed our architectural landscape, writes Edwin Heathcote
The revival of postmodernism is more than next-generation nostalgia. It reflects a society, economy and entire political system in a profound state of flux
A rollercoaster ride through three decades of cynicism exposes the crassness of an era best left behind, says William Wiles.
Four decades after the publication of Learning From Las Vegas, Yale sets out to measure the book’s legacy.