Hugh Broughton’s design in Hertfordshire manages to be both sensitive to the sculptor’s legacy and surprisingly un-Moore-like

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Monday, 19 June 2017 11:41

Hella Jongerius: Breathing Colour

Design Museum, London
28 June — 24 September 2017

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Monday, 19 June 2017 11:38

Jerwood Makers Open

Jerwood Space, London
28 June — 27 August 2017

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Monday, 19 June 2017 11:34

Aleksandra Mir: Space Tapestry

Tate Liverpool
23 June — 15 October 2017

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Barbican, London
3 June — 1 September 2017

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A full-scale reconstruction of Ryue Nishizawa’s Moriyama House lays the foundation for a thoughtful, ambitious show at the Barbican, writes Peter Smisek. But the absence of metabolism is a structural weakness

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An exhibition at London’s Cass reveals the influence of celebrated architects on their students, says Peter Smisek

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Friday, 17 March 2017 10:51

California

Design Museum, London
24 May — 15 October 2017

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The Met Fifth Avenue
4 May — 4 September 2017

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UCL’s Bartlett School of Architecture honours its former head by staging a colourful exhibition just in time for his 80th birthday

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Curator Marie Bak Mortensen discusses the two proposals for the Mansion House site in the City of London, and what the designs revealed about the architectural climate of their times

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Friday, 17 February 2017 00:35

MoMA exhibition review: How Should We Live?

Women designers have been all but written out of the history of modernism, but now an ambitious show at MoMA aims to set the record straight. Claire Barliant finds out if it succeeds

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The long-promised era of robotics may finally be upon us – the Science Museum’s vivid retelling of its past and present allows us to consider the implications for our society and for our humanity, writes Debika Ray

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Monday, 12 December 2016 00:10

The Ulm Model

An exhibition tracing the influence of the German city’s industrial design school provides a welcome reminder of the appeal of radical pragmatism, writes Peter Smisek

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Wednesday, 19 October 2016 12:34

Bedlam: The asylum and beyond

The exhibition in London tracing the history of psychiatric institutions, from the founding of Bethlem Royal Hospital to the modern day, refrains from imposing a strong curatorial voice – instead, it allows the stories to speak for themselves

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Thursday, 01 September 2016 15:17

Björk Digital at Somerset House

Fans of the experimental artist will be mesmerised by her intrepid melding of music and technology, but those less familiar with her work will find this exhibition confusing, says Peter Smisek

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Tuesday, 14 June 2016 09:49

Tate Modern: Inside Switch House

Herzog & de Meuron’s extension to the London contemporary art gallery opens this week – view images of the building here and follow us on social media today for coverage from inside

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Wednesday, 20 April 2016 15:13

Studio Job Mad House

For their New York solo debut, the Belgian designers have put together a typically exuberant snapshot of their 16-year career, says Caia Hagel

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Friday, 08 January 2016 00:00

Comfort Zones

An unconventional procurement and curatorial process by France's centre for contemporary art has resulted in an exhibition that critiques material culture by juxtaposing related objects, says Peter Maxwell

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Wednesday, 25 November 2015 00:00

The World of Charles and Ray Eames

This ambitious exhibition at the Barbican in London reminds us that the celebrated American designers were making films to shed light on their thinking process long before it was commonplace – with greater depth and insight than many doing the same today, says Peter Maxwell

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