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Posts tagged 'photography'

Mame-Diarra Niang’s new book is a story told in three movements across the landscapes of contemporary Africa

In The Citadel, photographer Mame-Diarra Niang portrays landscapes of contemporary Africa from Dakar to Johannesburg Words by Francesca Perry Paris-based artist and photographer Mame-Diarra Niang

Architecture
architecture, La Muralla Roja, Spain, Ricardo Bofill, photography, iconeye, ICON magazine

Spanish photographer Andrés Gallardo captures La Muralla Roja in new photo series

The postmodern apartment complex in Spain’s Manzanera, Calpe, has now been shot from an entirely new perspective Words by Sonia Zhuravlyova  La Muralla Roja: When

Architecture

Ian Strange and Trevor Powers collaborate on new film work and photographic series Dalison

Australian contemporary artist Ian Strange and acclaimed American musician and producer Trevor Powers come together for major new film work and photographic series Photography: Dalison

Architecture

Have A Butchers and Hempstead May & May Print launch charity sale to raise funds for Ukraine

Set up by two East London studios and featuring 55 photographic prints, proceeds will be donated to the British Red Cross, Ukraine Crisis Appeal Emma

Design

Hélène Binet’s architectural photography celebrated in Royal Academy show

Light Lines showcases the architectural ‘moods’ that the photographer captures Hélène Binet, Zaha Hadid Architects, Riverside Museum of Transport, Glasgow, 2010. Courtesy ammann // projects

Architecture

Documenting the Bugis houses of Indonesia

In newly published photographs from the 1980s, Ursula Schulz-Dornburg captures the symbolic vernacular architecture of Indonesia’s Bugis farmers German photographer Ursula Schulz-Dornburg has released a

Architecture

Exploring the poetic mundanity of urban peripheries – in photographs

New book Double Orbit from photographer Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine captures the strange everyday of our built environment Double Orbit, a new book from French photographer Grégoire

Architecture

A look at Ukraine’s (un)orthodox architecture

A new photography book showcases the sometimes strange and surprising religious architecture of post-Soviet Ukraine Orthodox Chic, a new book from Ukrainian architects Alex Bykov and

Architecture

Brad Walls’ new series Pools From Above showcases swimming pools from a bird’s eye view

The Australian photographer is making a splash with his latest series ‘Pools from Above’ Words by Jessica-Christin Hametner From hydro pools to rooftop infinities disappearing

Architecture

What big tech and digital designers can learn from analogue and retro design

Silicon Valley can learn a lot from the enduring appeal of analogue products, says Owen Hopkins About five years ago I started collecting vinyl records.

Opinion

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Wildland creates design-driven stays and experiences worth travelling for

ICON reviews A Model: An Exhibition in Three Parts: Prelude

Editor’s Picks: Studies of a Bench explores materiality and form during 3 Days of Design

EJM Studio reinterprets the traditional British church pew with new collection

Modern Femininity: Cecilie Bahnsen on the joy of everyday dressing

Danish timber specialist Dinesen partners up with John Pawson for a new collection on show at 3 Days Of Design

ICON profiles the female leaders revolutionising the Scandinavian fashion industry

Artek and Tekla celebrate the legacy of Aino Aalto with new bedding collection

UK fashion designer Patrick McDowell talks of their life as a force for circularity in the industry




Architects

Wildland creates design-driven stays and experiences worth travelling for

A new book by Stefano Casciani offers an insight into Piero Lissoni’s work

Architecture icon: Mies van der Rohe’s domestic masterpiece in Brno has survived everything the 20th century could throw at it

Snøhetta designs minimalist interior for French skincare label Typology in Paris

Brick from a Stone launches at Clerkenwell Design Week 2024

Giles Tettey Nartey talks craft and ritual in ICON’s Spring/Summer 2024 issue

A look inside Familien Kvistad’s colour-filled family home in Oslo

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

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


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ICON reviews A Model: An Exhibition in Three Parts: Prelude

Editor’s Picks: Studies of a Bench explores materiality and form during 3 Days of Design

EJM Studio reinterprets the traditional British church pew with new collection

Modern Femininity: Cecilie Bahnsen on the joy of everyday dressing

Danish timber specialist Dinesen partners up with John Pawson for a new collection on show at 3 Days Of Design

ICON profiles the female leaders revolutionising the Scandinavian fashion industry

Artek and Tekla celebrate the legacy of Aino Aalto with new bedding collection

UK fashion designer Patrick McDowell talks of their life as a force for circularity in the industry

Design Icon: Alvar Aalto’s Armchair 400


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Wildland creates design-driven stays and experiences worth travelling for

ICON reviews A Model: An Exhibition in Three Parts: Prelude

Editor’s Picks: Studies of a Bench explores materiality and form during 3 Days of Design

EJM Studio reinterprets the traditional British church pew with new collection

Modern Femininity: Cecilie Bahnsen on the joy of everyday dressing

Danish timber specialist Dinesen partners up with John Pawson for a new collection on show at 3 Days Of Design

ICON profiles the female leaders revolutionising the Scandinavian fashion industry

Artek and Tekla celebrate the legacy of Aino Aalto with new bedding collection

UK fashion designer Patrick McDowell talks of their life as a force for circularity in the industry