The fascinating story behind Andy Warhol's soup cans

On the show's opening night a rival dealer offered soup cans cheaper in his gallery, Warhol's own gallerist bought back the five he'd sold, including one from Dennis Hopper, then offered to buy entire set from Andy for just $3,000 The fascinating story behind Andy Warhol's soup cans

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Atkins reinvents office windows in China

Architects say 001 symbolises Guangzhou as first Chinese city open for international trading many dynasties ago Atkins reinvents office windows in China

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The melancholy life of the amazing André Kertész

Though a master of composition, the Hungarian photographer could never really find himself in the frame The melancholy life of the amazing André Kertész

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Bauhaus gets its first ever corporate identity

At the grand old age of 64 the influential design school gets a makeover courtesy of Stuttgart studio L2M3 Bauhaus gets its first ever corporate identity

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Introducing the 200mph lounge chair

Michael Sodeau's Halo Lounge Chair features Formula One technology to create previously unattainable shapes Introducing the 200mph lounge chair

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Zaha Hadid's Crest debuts at London Design Festival

Dubai hotel commission will preview outside the V&A next month before travelling to the UAE Zaha Hadid's Crest debuts at London Design Festival

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World War One as pictured in the book Century

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A bus terminal worth waiting for

Turkey's youngest architecture practice Bahadir Kul Architects bring a sense of style to the bus terminal in Kayseri A bus terminal worth waiting for

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The best new city houses are in the Phaidon Atlas

From irregular concrete gridded blocks in Lisbon to leaf-covered façades in Ho Chi Minh City they're all here The best new city houses are in the Phaidon Atlas

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Can you compare 'gardening' to art?

Is The Gardener’s Garden co-editor Toby Musgrave right to put Gertrude Jekyll on a par with Monet and Turner? Can you compare 'gardening' to art?

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