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Houses of worship tend to have a distinct look and feel – but are these tropes out of date? We visit the buildings rewriting the rules for holy architecture.
Aspen might be known for its spectacular skiing but it’s also home to an architectural legacy left by a gifted Bauhaus master.
Kengo Kuma has designed a new museum in Turkey that is aiming to put locals in the frame.
The brave design of a new beachside pavilion in Melbourne and a school in India using good architecture to enhance its students education
Casablanca does a fine line in conserving its colonial architecture but is more inclined to neglect its more recent gems. Meet the duo fighting for modernism.
The latest stop in our series is Tulsa. Despite a slowing trickle of oil money it is rich in creative vision and optimism for the future; now it just needs to get the rest of the world on board.
For Catalans, Gaudí’s Sagrada Família isn’t just a church: it’s an icon of identity and innovation.
Why the design of this 1960s retreat, promoting modernity while embracing its nature, has stood the test of time.
Roof gardens, natural light, green space – how three health centres are tackling modern healthcare challenges.
Renovation can be a delicate balancing act between modern comforts and maintaining historical charm. We visit three European cities where carefully considered restorations are bringing buildings back to their former glory…
Raf Simons discusses a new range of furniture fabrics, plus the concrete creation rising from the Jordanian desert.
The Yucatán capital is having a moment in the sun as a new wave of artists, architects and restaurateurs put down roots.