Inside Icon 185: Are videogames the final frontier of design? Plus: 200 years of Thonet, Asemble's new Goldsmiths CCA gallery, the gentrification of Goldfinger's famous fortress and more
Icon will be hosting a series of events and talks during London Design Festival, including talks and panels at 100% Design and beyond
Ahead of the opening of the V&A Dundee, architect Kengo Kuma spoke to Icon’s editor about the role of nature, land and water in his work, the need for intimate space in cities, and how these themes found form in Scotland’s first design museum
Serving once more as the London Design Festival’s central hub, the V&A is hosting several monumental installations, numerous workshops and dozens of other events. We picked some highlights.
Forensic Architecture, a London ‘architectural detective’ studio has been nominated for the 2018 Turner Prize.
The V&A's blockbuster exibition reveals Ocean Liners as the most intense, total works of art that our culture has ever produced.
The V&A has crammed some great exhibits into a small space, but its scattergun approach fails to get beneath plywood’s surface, writes John Jervis
Our latest issue takes you from London’s cultural and property sector to China’s efforts to lead the global conversation about the environment
This exhibition at the V&A is a victim of its own ambition, says John Jervis, displaying a wealth of impressive material, but with explanations that fail to provide illumination for experts and lay audiences alike
Businesswomen, kings and medieval Asian warriors have all understood the symbolic power of heeled footwear. And its impracticality only seems to add to its allure
Inspired by an Aztec city on a lake, the Mexican architect’s installation references the many layers of architecture that have been left in Mexico by successive civilisations and cultures