The French designers used the Danish company's signature textiles as artwork throughout the new light-filled office and showroom.
Author: Clare Dowdy
The radical architectural magazine is given its due at a small, but sprawling exhibition at London's Institute of Contemporary Arts.
The designers behind the media network's new London newsroom studio had to work around a major design obstacle—Renzo Piano's architecture.
The organizer of "Architecture of Independence–African Modernism" discusses how the continent's bracingly modern buildings reflected notions of liberation and autonomy.
Behnisch Architekten inserts a sustainable wooden conference hall into Geneva’s maze of glass buildings, and breaks new ground for modern timber construction.
An ongoing exhibition at the Science Museum in London highlights the squalor of the UK's midcentury public housing.
Working out of New Delhi and London, the architect and urban researcher tackles sanitation and housing in low-income neighborhoods.
The Czech Republic’s recent past is littered with political extremes, a relationship evidenced in the country’s relationship with design. In the first part of the twentieth century, for example, the region was buzzing with cultural activity, but the World Wars…