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    Frei Otto (1925-2015)Subscription

    Essay21 April, 2015

    2015 Pritzker Prize winner Frei Otto freed architecture from simple geometry to design interactions between humans, technology and nature

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    ‘The best work was from emerging designers’Subscription

    News20 April, 2015

    From Erlenmeyer flasks of tea to the 2015 Expo UK Pavilion, James Haldane reports on Milan’s annual design fair, Salone del Mobile 2015

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    Henry van de Velde (1863-1957)Subscription

    Essay19 March, 2015

    Tom Wilkinson reviews the career of this Belgian painter, architect and interior designer whose defense of artistic individuality led to artwork commodification

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    Charles Eames (1907–1978) and Ray Eames (1912–1988)Subscription

    Essay1 January, 2015

    The Eameses, the ‘painters who didn’t paint and architects who didn’t build,’ did however manage to change the way we see the world

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    Interview with Charlotte PerriandSubscription

    Essay6 March, 2014

    From the archive: Charlotte Ellis and Martin Meade’s interview with Charlotte Perriand on her long and illustrious career from the AR’s November 1984 issue //

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    Made by Made: Five of the best ArmchairsSubscription

    Essay6 November, 2013

    Furniture retailer’s unique approach brings makers and customers closer together. These five armchairs exhibit the fruits of the Made philosophy


    The Critical Role of Women in Modern Design

    Essay1 November, 2013

    MoMA’s highly provocative exhibition makes the case for a bigger version of itself as soon as possible

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    Ripon Chapel, Oxfordshire by Niall McLaughlin ArchitectsSubscription

    Building25 March, 2013

    Its delicate arboreal structure wrapped in an armature of stone, Ripon Collegeʼs new chapel is a subtle synthesis of nature and the sacred

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    The Soane Museum Refurbishment by Caruso St John, LondonSubscription

    Building17 December, 2012

    In the latest chapter of the Soane Museum, Adam Caruso discusses the process of introducing contemporary elements for display into an eccentric historic palimpsest

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    Rearranging the deckchairsSubscription

    Essay17 December, 2012

    New technology and an attention to craft enriches the experience of the new furniture gallery at the V&A