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  • GERHY

    See the latest construction photos of Frank Gehry's Serpentine PavilionSubscription

    News2 July, 2008

    The AJ brings you construction shots of Frank Gehry's Serpentine Pavilion, in advance of its opening on 20th July

  • CCTV

    'China is becoming topical'Subscription

    News12 March, 2008

    China: so hot right now. Everyone’s talking about it. Jonathan Glancey’s behemoth of a piece on Chinese architecture in the Guardian rivals the scale of the buildings he mentions, encompassing no less than four local practices, new towns, ‘endangered species’ – and OMA’s goliath CCTV (pictured).

  • CCTV

    'China is becoming topical'Subscription

    News12 March, 2008

    China: so hot right now. Everyone’s talking about it. Jonathan Glancey’s behemoth of a piece on Chinese architecture in the Guardian rivals the scale of the buildings he mentions, encompassing no less than four local practices, new towns, ‘endangered species’ – and OMA’s goliath CCTV (pictured).

  • Ikea

    Oppressing the Danes. With flatpack furnitureSubscription

    News7 March, 2008

    The most entertaining story by far in the papers is that of veiled Swedish neo-imperialism, quashing the spirit of neighbours in Denmark. And the battle tactics involve not the warships of yore, nor even the default UEFA points of last year; this time it’s IKEA.

  • papers image

    In the papers today: 27.02.08. Dragons and robots take overSubscription

    News27 February, 2008

    The Times wins the pun stakes on the newly opened Beijing terminal, with its irresistible 'Enter the Dragon en route to the Bird's Nest' headline.

  • papers image

    In the papers today: 22.02.08. The Olympics is just around the corner…Subscription

    News22 February, 2008

    Olympic glory seems a long way off for both China and London; today’s Telegraph reports the woes of crucial test events held yesterday in Beijing, which indicate problems with ticketing, queues and venue access, particularly for disabled spectators.

  • Vriesendorp

    Exhibition - Madelon VriesendorpSubscription

    Culture23 January, 2008

    Madelon Vriesendorp’s world is a rewarding place to visit, writes Shumi BoseThe World of Madelon Vriesendorp: Paintings/ Postcards/Objects/Games, until 8 February at the Architectural Association, London WC1