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London Design Festival 2019: The 10 installations not to miss

Walala Lounge, South Molton Street, by Camille Walala Read on for Icon’s top ten installations to see at this year’s London Design Festival London Design

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Sam Jacob on his career, work with FAT and architecture as communication

In the latest edition of Icon Minds, we hear from Sam Jacob, formerly one-third of FAT, on his creative path and the role architects play

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This exhibition of architectural models asks designers to reimagine history

NP2F on Mario Sironi’s Fiat Pavilion. © Drawing Matter and the architects   Celebrating the links between architects of past and future through the work

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Inside the ‘Empire of Ice Cream’ – Sam Jacob’s new exhibition

Sam Jacob, Empire of Ice Cream, no7, courtesy Betts Project British architect Sam Jacob explores architecture, drawing and memory in a new exhibition at London’s

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Turner Prize: Assemble’s nomination reveals architecture’s failings

The collective’s shortlisting for the prestigious art prize demonstrates an audacity that the architecture profession is conspicuously lacking, says Sam Jacob Assemble‘s shortlisting for the

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The Apple Watch: What do you think?

The media reaction to yesterday’s announcements by the tech giant has centred around its cost and impending obsolescence. But we want to know what you

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Photoshop turns 25

In the decades since it was first released, Thomas Knoll’s digital darkroom has become a brand, a verb and a defining symbol of our image-led

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Wearable technologies

Apple Watch The Apple Watch is the latest wearable internet technology with the capability to monitor the user’s heart rate and activity levels. As our

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Icon 137: Sport

Out on 3 October, our November issue looks at wearable tech, Singapore’s national stadium, prosthetics and the politics of sporting legacy “Drive like a girl,”

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The sitcom couch

To mark the launch of a new design magazine, Dirty Furniture, which takes the couch as its inaugural theme, Sam Jacob looks at the role

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Design London makes LDF debut this September

Meet the practice developing photosynthetic textiles

Alvaro Barrington basketball court in Bethnal Green initiated by the London Lions

Margent Farm partners with eco-conscious social enterprise to build affordable tiny house

FRAMA creates minimalist interior for a retail space in Williamsburg

The iconic Buchli house at USM’s Münsingen campus in Switzerland is back in use

Why using local products and materials may not be an easy option but it is worth it

The Carpenters’ Line at Japan House London showcases 1300 years of woodworking mastery from Hida

From the Archive: A short history of the Sony Walkman

The problem of a lack of diversity in architecture starts early, but it can be fixed


Architects

Wrapped Arc de Triomphe unveiled in Paris

Sir David Adjaye wins Royal Gold Medal for Architecture

Gómez Platero designs world’s first large-scale memorial to victims of the pandemic

RIBA goes digital-only with new wave of architect lectures

Turning a Roman ruin into an underground art museum

MoDusArchitects creates sculptural portal on Italian ring road

NEON’s Shiver House re-imagined in wood for 5th anniversary

Network Rail launches design competition to re-imagine local train stations

Notre-Dame spire to be restored to pre-fire design


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Design London makes LDF debut this September

Meet the practice developing photosynthetic textiles

Alvaro Barrington basketball court in Bethnal Green initiated by the London Lions

Margent Farm partners with eco-conscious social enterprise to build affordable tiny house

FRAMA creates minimalist interior for a retail space in Williamsburg

The iconic Buchli house at USM’s Münsingen campus in Switzerland is back in use

Why using local products and materials may not be an easy option but it is worth it

The Carpenters’ Line at Japan House London showcases 1300 years of woodworking mastery from Hida

From the Archive: A short history of the Sony Walkman

The problem of a lack of diversity in architecture starts early, but it can be fixed


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