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Yes, says architect Sir David Chipperfield. The pandemic has shown us that we can build a better future.
An overlooked pioneer of mid-century modernism, Mario Pani filled Mexico City with spacious, meticulously designed apartments now cherished by the creatives who call them home.
Scattered among the dunes and beaches of a Portuguese coastal resort, a series of holiday homes capture the country’s golden age of modernist architecture.
Self-reliant and dismissive of fame, W Earl Wear was an unsung hero of modernist architecture. But his handful of sculptural homes command a growing band of devotees.
An architectural marvel in the Midwest, a swoon-worthy relic in London and why postcards are a tip-top social-networking tool.
But bigger isn’t always better. In Japan, youngsters keen on life in central Tokyo are content in tiny apartments. Fiona Wilson squeezes in.
An interview with Sou Fujimoto.
If you go down to the woods today, you’re in for a big surprise: a cluster of modernist masterpieces that will transport you to Cape Cod’s creative past.
From a French-influences Montréal studio to a green building in the heart of Taipei, we highlight some of the design industry's best new works.
Time and many thoughtless refurbishments have diminished French architect and designer Maxime Old’s legacy. But, thankfully, two of his most glorious interiors have been preserved in Rouen.
Recognising the impact that a school’s design can have on a child’s education, Swiss architects are leading the field in creating more accommodating institutions. We visit three that make the grade.
As preparations for the Tokyo Olympics enter the home straight, we assess whether the city has the infrastructure in place to deliver a world-class tournament.