What you get when you mash up Mies with Le Corb

Farnsavoye, a hybrid of two 20th-century masterpieces, where plagiarism is a key design feature
What you get when you mash up Mies with Le Corb

Take a look inside a real gardener's garden

We launch our new book The Gardener's Garden at Munstead Wood, the quintessential English garden
Take a look inside a real gardener's garden

The future of North Korean tourism: flying hotels?

Utopian visions, one of the most intriguing Venice Biennale presentations, inspires a real architecture tour
The future of North Korean tourism: flying hotels?

Frank Gehry’s models on the move in France

The Pritzker laureate’s maquettes feature in a new Arles show, alongside works by David Lynch and Tino Sehgal
Frank Gehry’s models on the move in France

UK architects make the Hollywood sign disappear

What has London practice Ordinary Architecture done to this landmark, as part of LA's On The Road project?
UK architects make the Hollywood sign disappear

Bold new Belgian architecture in the Atlas

Our online resource takes a look at some of the finest new buildings from the land of Magritte and moules-frites
Bold new Belgian architecture in the Atlas

The story behind Mies van der Rohe's name changes

With his numerous name changes he joined a roll call of avant-garde artists intent on reinventing themselves
The story behind Mies van der Rohe's name changes

The most experimental buildings in the Phaidon Atlas

The latest Phaidon Atlas focus is on buildings that push the limits of inspiration, technology and technique
The most experimental buildings in the Phaidon Atlas

Moshe Safdie's tropical airport complex

Can Moshe Safdie and Associates Project Jewel turn Singapore’s Changi Airport into a genuine tourist attraction?
Moshe Safdie's tropical airport complex

Carlo Scarpa’s surprisingly traditional legacy

The architect’s work might still look modern, yet as a new Venetian show makes clear, Scarpa built on traditions
Carlo Scarpa’s surprisingly traditional legacy

Could this propeller-shaped airport get airborne?

Bangkok practice offers land-locked Niger a sleek transport hub based on an antique aeronautical design
Could this propeller-shaped airport get airborne?

How Louis Kahn's drawings changed his architecture

New show and Phaidon monograph show how drawings from Egypt influenced use of form, light and shape
How Louis Kahn's drawings changed his architecture

Have you seen BIG’s new Washington maze?

'I had anxiety attacks that it was going to be too easy,' says Bjarke Ingels, 'but it’s actually pretty confusing'
Have you seen BIG’s new Washington maze?

Tadao Ando's new gallery puts the landscape on show

The Pritzker laureate says his new Clark Visitor Center allows art and nature to be enjoyed simultaneously
Tadao Ando's new gallery puts the landscape on show

Five buildings that will help you work smarter

Our new Phaidon Atlas focus looks at how architects are helping us break away from the desk and cubicle model
Five buildings that will help you work smarter

Kengo Kuma rolls out the barrel in Tokyo

Kayanoya in Tokyo is latest - perhaps greatest - example of architect's current timber first approach
Kengo Kuma rolls out the barrel in Tokyo

John Pawson on retuning the Design Museum

We talk to the acclaimed architect and Phaidon author about his work on the Commonwealth Institute building
John Pawson on retuning the Design Museum

KREOD's Olympian ascent

Rio Pavilion is the latest project from the fast-growing design and architecture practice
KREOD's Olympian ascent
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