Monocle on Design

Architecture for animals

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23 October 2018

Episode 367

30 minutes

We ask what designers dream up when they put animals at the centre of their thinking, see the silkscreen printers pushing on in Beirut and visit a Stirling prize-winning building to augur the future of the news industry.

23 October 2018

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Chapter 1

Bloomberg Television’s London news set

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We visit Bloomberg TV’s London HQ, designed by architect Norman Foster and recently awarded the Stirling prize, to find out what it takes to build a cutting-edge news set.

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Silkscreen printing in Beirut

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A new shop-cum-studio in the Lebanese capital is encouraging small-scale production on fabric, glass and paper through silkscreen printing.

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Pet architecture

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From playful so-called cat trees to concrete dog homes and swanky chicken coops, a new book published by Phaidon explores examples of clever, and sometimes humorous, architecture for pets.

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