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Sir David Adjaye wins Royal Gold Medal for Architecture

The principal of Adjaye Associates has been celebrated by RIBA for his work ‘to create a better future’ The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)

Architecture

David Adjaye’s artistic architecture demonstrates his acute cultural sensitivity and sense of place

 Dirty House in Hackney by David Adjaye, completed in 2002. Image by Ed Reeve David Adjaye’s artistic approach to the built environment has won him

Architecture

David Adjaye and Mariam Kamara on working together as mentor and protégée

David Adjaye and Mariam Kamara. Photo courtesy of the Rolex Mentorship Programme David Adjaye and his protégée Mariam Kamara talk about their WhatsApp meetings and

Architecture

Modern memorial architecture confronts the past and challenges us to remember history

 The National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama, by Mass Design Group Today’s memorials are less about quiet contemplation of the past than direct

Architecture

Icon 190: Architecture, Memory and Identity

Photo by Fabrice Fouillet, from the Colosses series Memory, Memorials and Identity: This month’s issue investigates how design and architecture can reflect and shape who

Opinion

Digital baroque: The British architects combining the digital and the historical

Combining the design techniques of the digital avant-garde with pomo’s sense of historic context, a new generation of British architects is stepping into the limelight, says

Design

David Adjaye on Washington DC’s Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

In 2008, the British architect won the job of a lifetime, and for eight years it was all-consuming. Now he’s moving on, but still can’t

Architecture

David Adjaye and Moroso

Just weeks before David Adjaye’s Double Zero chair was unveiled at Milan Furniture Fair, Icon joined the architect at Moroso’s actory in Udine as he

Design

David Adjaye and Moroso

In Milan next week, the architect is launching Double Zero, a luxurious dining chair that will be the forerunner to a whole series. For our

Design

Icon 143: Studios

Out tomorrow, in our latest issue we go behind the scenes with Inga Sempé, Frank Gehry, Michael Young, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Marten Baas, David Adjaye

Opinion

Editor's choice

House Dokka combines simple geometry and natural materials to create a home that resembles a floating treehouse

Makhno Studio’s Gnizdo houses seamlessly blend tradition and futurism

MATTER and SHAPE: The Paris-based design exhibition bringing together multiple creative sectors in a new, immersive format

This new eco-conscious hotel concept in the Trosa archipelago draws a discerning crowd

The National Portrait Gallery reveals major exhibition celebrating the black figure with never-before-seen paintings

Camira unveils Blazer, a high performance upholstery fabric available in 77 shades

Meet the Finnish fashion label giving unprocessed wool new life through upcycling

Discover A@W London’s high-calibre talks programme

Two Australian brothers handcraft their own aluminium furniture style




Architects

House Dokka combines simple geometry and natural materials to create a home that resembles a floating treehouse

Makhno Studio’s Gnizdo houses seamlessly blend tradition and futurism

This new eco-conscious hotel concept in the Trosa archipelago draws a discerning crowd

Clément Cividino’s restoration of a 1960s fibreglass pod by Nikolaos Xasteros lands in the Spanish countryside

Atelier L’Abri completes silver-clad house in forested hills of Canadian Laurentians

Architecture Icon: The post-war designs of Yrjö and Irmeli Kukkapuro live on in their unique home studio

Architecture Icon: How the Noguchi Musuem advances the appreciation of its founder’s art and legacy

Photographer Ruben Hughes shares how he captures the streets of New York and Copenhagen

Architecture Icon: Alvar and Aino Aalto’s house in Helsinki bears all the hallmarks of their approach to design


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MATTER and SHAPE: The Paris-based design exhibition bringing together multiple creative sectors in a new, immersive format

The National Portrait Gallery reveals major exhibition celebrating the black figure with never-before-seen paintings

Meet the Finnish fashion label giving unprocessed wool new life through upcycling

Two Australian brothers handcraft their own aluminium furniture style

Design Icon: Alessi’s experimental 1983 Tea and Coffee Piazza

Editor’s picks: We meet the creatives shaking up Stockholm Design Week 2024

Five emerging design highlights from Stockholm Furniture Fair

Miminat Designs’ new furniture collection celebrates the aesthetic beauty of brutalism

TAKT is rethinking the way we design, build and sell furniture with its simple self-assembly furniture


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House Dokka combines simple geometry and natural materials to create a home that resembles a floating treehouse

Makhno Studio’s Gnizdo houses seamlessly blend tradition and futurism

MATTER and SHAPE: The Paris-based design exhibition bringing together multiple creative sectors in a new, immersive format

This new eco-conscious hotel concept in the Trosa archipelago draws a discerning crowd

The National Portrait Gallery reveals major exhibition celebrating the black figure with never-before-seen paintings

Camira unveils Blazer, a high performance upholstery fabric available in 77 shades

Meet the Finnish fashion label giving unprocessed wool new life through upcycling

Discover A@W London’s high-calibre talks programme

Two Australian brothers handcraft their own aluminium furniture style