The most prestigious award in architecture goes to three-person Spanish company who avoid the international limelight and ‘flee from fashions’
The exceptional brilliance of 1960s architecture comes partly from technical improvements. In its versatility and strength, reinforced concrete was vastly superior to any earlier building technology, freeing architects to make the shapes they judged most useful and beautiful
Το Πανεπιστήμιο του Harvard προαναγγέλλει μια μεγάλη έκθεση για το Bauhaus με μια εξαιρετική χειρονομία. Παρέχει, εδώ και μερικές μέρες, δωρεάν πρόσβαση στο αρχείο της συλλογής Bauhaus μέσα από τη διαδικτυακή του πλατφόρμα
Supersized sculpture, live performance and piles of goo get the airing they deserve in an expansion full of surprise – the 360-degree lookout is art itself
Muralist JR has cast a spell over the Paris museum’s glass canopy in a work that recalls the Renaissance’s eye-fooling tricks. Now can we have one for the Shard?
In her best buildings the laws of physics appear suspended, while other designs struggle when forced to meet reality
World-renowned British architect whose designs include the London Olympic Aquatic Centre has died
Mayoral gallery, London
Recreation of the painter’s Mallorca studio is a tasteful homage, showing Miró moving beyond political dissent to something less cutting-edge – cosy even
Social housing visionary, who engaged residents in designing their own homes, urges architects to address issues of poverty, pollution and segregation
A two-minute animated voyage through some of the most iconic masterpices of modern architecture. Illustration, animation and music by Matteo Muci.
From a floating cinema to a car park-cum-art gallery, some of Britain’s most innovative (and people-friendly) design is seen in temporary projects in public spaces. Here’s what’s been popping up in London and beyond this summer