Reality as we know it is finished. Welcome to reality 2.0 – where the internet is ubiquitous, and the world is forested with information.
For philosophers and neoliberal oligarchs alike, paradise is an island. Daniel Miller enjoys a study of the appeal of isolation.
Just as music was evaporating into MP3s, a new era of monster box sets has revived the expensive artifact, says Tania Ketenjian.
Part treatise, part memoir, part moan, this latest book from the doyen of Finnish architecture makes a case for craft, touch and memory, says Tom Emerson.
Labyrinthine and weird, the Tricorn shopping centre was a brutalist fantasy that was doomed to failure in 20th-century Plymouth. Owen Hatherley enjoys a belated obituary.
The Monument to the Third International – better known as Tatlin’s Tower, after its creator, Vladimir Tatlin – is one of the most influential structures never built.
The V&A’s exploration of fantasy and fear in contemporary design is light on comforting bedtime stories and heavy on anxiety.