Today, the design world embraces “green” and “meaningful” production more than ever.
Tourists and locals are once again be able to saunter up and down the Spanish Steps, after a year-long renovation to the Rome tourist landmark.
Here is a look at some useful reading material to bring you up to speed with the world of design. It’ll put you in the mood for London Design Festival.
Beazley Designs of the Year celebrates designs that promote or deliver change, enable access, extend design practice or capture the spirit of the year.
Demolished in 1938, the Banff Pavilion in Alberta, Canada may be rebuilt, once funding has been assured. The town council has approved plans for the building.
Home interior and design exhibitions look set to take over Paris; we scoured the net and found six you should include in your itinerary.
The campus expansion will see seven shortlisted architects from around the world vie for the honor of having their design materialise at the new London campus.
The Sydney Opera House will undergo a multi-million-dollar overhaul, with an emphasis on improving its acoustics.
The world’s tallest moving observation tower is set to open in Brighton next week, sending visitors up 450 feet in the air on a vertical cable car.
The bridge will be part of a larger city expansion project in light of the games and beyond.
Morocco now has the longest cable-stayed bridge in the African continent.
The airport looks set to undergo a long-overdue expansion with the help of the London-based architects.
The Franco-Swiss architect’s 17 buildings, which span over seven countries, include France’s La Villa Sovoye and India’s Chandigarh.
Australia comes a close third out of a total of 343 projects and 58 countries.
Design and climate change come together in a structure in Greenland for both scientists and the public.
The fair will commemorate the architect’s artistic contributions with the exhibition of her lesser-known works.
Thoughtful design and orientation ensure a constant flow of sea breeze in a large holiday home outside Bangkok.
The architect’s futuristic and unique designs will be displayed in a retrospective running until November
These new photos of the bridge in China illustrate why this might just be the world’s most dizzying structure.
Some 75 years after being leveled in World War 2 damages, the Dutch city aims to commemorate how far they’ve come