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  • Digital Media, Urban Spaces and Social Movements

    Reality Bytes: THE DigitalLY-MEDIATED Urban REVOLUTIONSSubscription

    Thinkpiece24 April, 2012

    Digital media plays an important role in the galvanisation of social movements, says social scientist Merlyna Lim, but can it ever supplant urban space?

  • Piet Mondrian (1872-1944). Composition with Double Line and Yellow, 1932. Oil on canvas 45.3 x 45.3 cm. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh © 2012 Mondrian/ Holtzman Trust c/o HCR International Washington DC

    Mondrian and Nicholson in parallelSubscription

    Thinkpiece24 April, 2012

    This exhibition at The Courtauld Gallery explores the relationship between Piet Mondrian and Ben Nicholson

  • Castle of Good Hope

    John Pawson's Visual InventorySubscription

    Thinkpiece24 April, 2012

    The architect’s ‘obsessive’ passion for the photography collected in his new book

  • 'Even to spark out now would be no pain': a poster for the Anti-Art Fair (1986) designed by film maker John Maybury

    British Design 1948–2012: Innovation in the Modern AgeSubscription

    Thinkpiece24 April, 2012

    The Victoria & Albert Museum’s collection of the best of British design

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    Belfast's Metropolitan Arts Centre by Hackett Hall McKnightSubscription

    Buildings24 April, 2012

    Belfast’s new arts centre explores the idea of architecture as collage in a city understood as an assemblage of fragments, elements and materials

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    Belfast's Metropolitan Arts Centre by Hackett Hall McKnightSubscription

    Buildings24 April, 2012

    Belfast’s new arts centre explores the idea of architecture as collage in a city understood as an assemblage of fragments, elements and materials

  • Lego skyscrapers by KRADS architects

    Design March of ProgressSubscription

    Thinkpiece24 April, 2012

    The Design March exhibition in Reykjavic shows Iceland’s energetic design scene emerging from the country’s infamous economic crash

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    Augustus Pugin (1812-1852)Subscription

    Thinkpiece24 April, 2012

    Assessing the legacy of Big Ben’s creator on the bicentennial of the architect’s birth

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    Living Bits and BricksSubscription

    Thinkpiece24 April, 2012

    From brick to rare earth metal, the elements of our architecture − though remaining geological in origin − have evolved to the point of bursting into life, rather than merely mimicking biological form. This presages a brave new feedback-fuelled world where we don’t just inhabit our architecture but integrate with it

  • Iran’s Alborz mountains have escaped the rampant chaotic demolition and development widespread in the rest of the country

    View from IranSubscription

    Thinkpiece24 April, 2012

    In a country blighted by mass urbanisation and mediocre planning, Iran’s mountain villages retain a strong sense of vernacular identity

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