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Winner of the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize 2019, photographer Hélène Binet talks dreams, Zaha Hadid and photography you can hold in your hands following the Women in Architecture awards in March
Sheila O’Donnell, founding director of O’Donnell + Tuomey alongside John Tuomey, talks Brexit, Irish architecture, and ‘damn fine women painters’, after winning Architect of the Year at the Women in Architecture awards 2019
Xu Tiantian, founder of DnA (Design and Architecture), talks about acupuncture, ancient Chinese building techniques and rejecting icons after winning the Moira Gemmill Prize for Emerging Architecture at the Women in Architecture awards 2019
Winner of the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize 2019, Hélène Binet’s photographs are more than simply representations of the buildings they depict. They are distinct works in their own right
Absorbing and elaborating creativity from a wide array of artistic endeavours is, winner of the Jane Drew Prize 2019, Elizabeth Diller’s forte
Women in Architecture Moira Gemmill Prize shortlist 2019: a desire to connect with people and the natural world is a driving force behind the work of Lina Ghotmeh
Women in Architecture Moira Gemmill Prize shortlist 2019: through a sensitive and sustained attention to the everyday, Irene Pérez and Jaume Mayol of TEd’A perform many delicate regionalisms, from Mallorca to the Swiss countryside
Winner of the Jane Drew Prize 2019, Elizabeth Diller, co-founder of Diller Scofidio + Renfro, talks Trump, High Lines and the state of American architecture when we catch her at the Women in Architecture awards in March 2019
Women in Architecture Architect of the Year 2019 shortlist: rising from the Doha desert while also boring beneath its unrelenting dunes, OMA’s Qatar National Library is a series of paradoxes
Women in Architecture Architect of the Year 2019 shortlist: Casal Balguer in Palma de Mallorca reveals the accumulation of its evolution without betraying its secrets
Women in Architecture Architect of the Year 2019 shortlist: De Krook in Ghent by RCR and Coussée & Goris is described as being more than a library. But is it trying to do too much?
Women in Architecture Moira Gemmill Prize shortlist 2019: Designed in a characteristically Swiss language, Jeanette Kuo, co-founder of Karamuk Kuo, creates extraoridinary volumes out of neglected spaces
Inspired by Art Deco, the machine aesthetic, organicism, biomorphism, Art Brut and industrial prefabrication, French architect and furniture designer Charlotte Perriand deeply believed that good design should be fundamentally transformative and accessible to all
Why Neo-Cons loved communitarian urbanist Jane Jacobs
Ada Louise Huxtable made history as the first full-time architecture critic at a US newspaper when she joined the New York Times, and was later awarded the first Pulitzer Prize for Criticism in 1970
Steve Parnell elaborates on the extraordinary lives of The Smithsons
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
In remembrance of Robert Venturi who sadly passed away on 19 September: the pair of Learning from Las Vegas fame, whose mannerist inquisition of taste will be their enduring legacy
From furniture designer to architect, why has Gray found such belated prominence?
A gritty industrial past was brought to life in Hilla and Bernd Becher’s photos
Shrouded in rumours of misdemenour and spying, Jane Drew’s life was richly packed with exciting opportunities and major projects
The Brazilian Modernist’s work is celebrated for its punchy, honest concern for social good
The socially oriented Frankfurt Kitchen aimed at a more egalitarian world