Inflated lips, swollen tongue, huge hands, emaciated body. This grotesquely distorted figure is a strange vision of the perfect client, but this is who Mathiieu Lehanneur is designing for.
"It breaks nearly all the rules," says Thomas Schneider, project architect of new Berlin gallery Brunnenstrasse 9.
Seven new architecture books come under the microscope, covering topics from Cedric Price and planning to struts and situationists.
From backstreet hack-labs to the Royal Society of Arts, design hacking is slowly making its way into the mainstream. But what does it offer?
It is a new chapel set in the grounds of a sanctuary dedicated to Saint Teresa of the Andes, Chile’s first saint.
There is something slightly disingenuous about Vitra’s announcement that 2010 is the 50th anniversary of the Panton Chair.
The Conservatives' new poster campaign is pure 21st-century politics: the perfect fusion of medium and message, says Sam Jacob.