San Rocco may be a magazine rather than an architect, but its spirit of intellectual enquiry and diverse crowd-sourced content has quickly established it as an influential voice in European architecture, as well as a compelling model for a new type of practice.
Funerals have never had the greatest of images, but that is no reason for them to be organised in drab offices on the outskirts of town, says Studio Makgill.
It seems this simple design tool is a little too simple for some. Magpie Studio proposes another dimension.
With the 1948 “Austerity Olympics” as its starting point, the V&A surveys 60 years of British design, architecture and fashion. From punk posters to Laura Ashley florals, the exhibition questions contrived notions of national identity to reveal a country caught between modernity and nostalgia. Here’s our review.
London design consultancy BERG turns a forgettable scrap of till roll into a personalised, networked paper “app”.
For decades, the best that British seaside towns have been able to offer is faded glamour. We invited London design studio Proud Creative to bring about a Rhyl renaissance