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28 March 2017

We visit the Barbican Centre for a new show on postwar domestic architecture in Japan and jump up and down on the beds at Jerusalem’s first design hotel. Plus: a closer look at fashion brand Vetements’ decision to ditch…

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21 March 2017

The practice of designing something as large and oft-seen as aeroplane livery deserves deep thought about brand values; we speak to two designers (from our sister firm Winkreative) who have revamped the look of Air Canada's…

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14 March 2017

Nestled in the heart of Flanders – Belgium’s Dutch-speaking northern region – Antwerp has garnered a reputation in recent years as a regional city with a global reach. Today we bring you interviews with some of its brigh…

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7 March 2017

We wander through the Oscar Niemeyer-designed sambadrome and get a taste of the design that underpins the colour of the Rio Carnival. Plus: a design-minded new workspace in Brooklyn and a closer look at Canadian architec…

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28 February 2017

We report from Madrid Fashion Week and meet its recently installed director, Charo Izquierdo, and ask if the Spanish capital can ever rival London, Paris or New York. Meanwhile, architecture critic Michael Webb on why we…

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Beauty and the beef

How do you balance the welfare of livestock with an architectural aesthetic that befits bucolic surroundings? We pulled on our wellies to find out.

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Big drawer

IMM Cologne is where the major furniture trade deals are clinched. We sit down – on elegant chairs – with some of its most innovative attendees.

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Fresh perspectives

Living in the former home of a celebrated architect is a privilege – but it also comes with a sense of responsibility. Fortunately the occupants of Børge Mogensen’s sturdy, handsome house on the fringes of Copenhagen have…

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