The white-topped marquees that dot Regent’s park during the Frieze Art Fair have become a fixture of autumnal London. The fair has built an unrivaled reputation for attracting the world’s most exciting mix of industry-celebrated and undiscovered art for purchase. This October will mark a new chapter in the event’s history: after the success of their first New York fair in May, they’re now expanding into the historical art market, with a coinciding show entitled Frieze Masters.
Brazil’s beachside resort Santos used to be the retreat that São Paulo residents escaped to. Its flamboyant apartment complex from mid-century master Artacho Jurado, is now a haven for elderly architectural fans.
On 14 November the first Eurostar train should pull out from the new €1.15bn St Pancras International station headed for Paris. The station has come a long way since the 19th century when it was opened to receive ale del…
The Boston Society of Architects has moved in as have media companies, restaurateurs and developers. The red-brick warehouse-style lofts provide creative living and the rest of Boston is on the doorstep.