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Heatherwick Studio’s Maggie’s Centre champions biophilic design in healing spaces

The award-winning design and architecture studio has completed work on its Maggie’s Centre design with a focus on ‘healthy’ materials. On the campus at St. James’s

Architecture

Paradise Lost: the virtuosic moments and misfires of Thomas Heatherwick

Icon met Heatherwick in 2017. Portrait: Felicity McCabe. In the lobby of Thomas Heatherwick’s studio, a coffee table is being erected at impressive speed, its

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Thomas Heatherwick’s Singapore “Dim Sum”

For his Learning Hub at Nanyang Technological University, the designer has rethought the traditional campus building Social and learning spaces are interwoven at Thomas Heatherwick’s

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Zeitz Museum by Thomas Heatherwick

The 1920s silo in Cape Town was once the tallest building in South Africa (images: Heatherwick Studio) Thomas Heatherwick has unveiled plans to convert a

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Worth Abbey Church by Heatherwick Studio

The Abbey Church in Worth, Sussex, has re-opened after a year-long refurbishment by Heatherwick Studio. Designed by architect Frances Pollen, the striking circular design marks

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Aric Chen

My selections are a bit arbitrary in the sense that there’s no common thread – other than the many ways that design, in all its

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Aric Chen

My selections are a bit arbitrary in the sense that there’s no common thread – other than the many ways that design, in all its

Five Most Wanted

China’s World Expo

This amazing, costly architectural theme park is great fun, but does it have any lasting value? Julian Worral finds out One image is ubiquitous on

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China’s World Expo

This amazing, costly architectural theme park is great fun, but does it have any lasting value? Julian Worral finds out One image is ubiquitous on

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China’s World Expo

This amazing, costly architectural theme park is great fun, but does it have any lasting value? Julian Worral finds out One image is ubiquitous on

News

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ICON 202: Winter 2020

Coffey Architects completes silver office building in King’s Cross

Oslo, Los Angeles, Mexico City and Budapest commit to clean construction

JKMM redesigns 1980s Finnish library as new community centre

Camille Walala reimagines London’s Oxford Street

Carlo Ratti designs the world’s first compostable marker

Architectural visualisations need to be more representative of our diverse societies

Brighton gets new linear park from Untitled Practice

Elevated corten steel walkway enlivens 14th-century Czech castle


Architects

RIBA goes digital-only with new wave of architect lectures

Architect David Chipperfield is known for his minimal designs

Tatiana Bilbao is one of Mexico’s most creative designers

The high-tech, inside-out design of Richard Rogers

Robert Venturi: a postmodernist pioneer

A look at the life of designer-inventor Richard Buckminster Fuller

Norman Foster is one of the early pioneers of high tech architecture

Bangladeshi architect Marina Tabassum is sensitive to tradition and culture

America’s architect: Frank Lloyd Wright


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ICON 202: Winter 2020

Coffey Architects completes silver office building in King’s Cross

Oslo, Los Angeles, Mexico City and Budapest commit to clean construction

JKMM redesigns 1980s Finnish library as new community centre

Camille Walala reimagines London’s Oxford Street

Carlo Ratti designs the world’s first compostable marker

Architectural visualisations need to be more representative of our diverse societies

Brighton gets new linear park from Untitled Practice

Elevated corten steel walkway enlivens 14th-century Czech castle


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ICON Minds: the future of the home

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