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  • Joe Gilbert: East to West

  • London has a fantastic and varied array of beautifully designed bridges, many over a century old. We use them everyday to get from A to B. But how often do we stop and admire them for their design? This film aims to do just that. East to West acts as a high-paced montage showcasing the intricacies of all the bridges in[...]
  • Common City Hoshida

  • Last January, we visited the Common City Hoshida in the outskirts of Osaka, Japan. This residential district, which is a result of a competition, was designed by the architect Kazunari Sakamoto and completed in 1992. It hosts 112 detached single-family houses and a community centre. The following are two personal repor[...]
  • Olafur Eliasson: #IceWatchParis

  • “Today we have access to reliable data that sheds light on what will happen and what can be done,” said Olafur Eliasson. “Let’s appreciate this unique opportunity – we, the world, can and must act now. Let’s transform climate knowledge into climate action. As an artist I hope my works touch people, which in turn can ma[...]
  • Brandalism: against the corporate takeover of the COP21

  • The project: Over 600 artworks critiquing the corporate takeover of the COP21 climate talks were installed in advertising spaces across Paris ahead of the United Nations summit beginning Monday 30 November. Amidst the French state of emergency banning all public gatherings following the terrorist attacks on 13 Novemb[...]
  • Riccardo Guasco: Tribute to Munari

  • “...mescolate i disegni, cambiate i colori degli occhi, abituiamoci a guardare il mondo con gli occhi degli altri…” Bruno Munari Adoro la chiarezza e la semplicità di pensiero di Bruno Munari, per questo motivo è stato uno dei primi artisti che ho scelto per un personale progetto dal titolo “duetti” in cui immagino di[...]
  • Omi Palone - Architecture (Official Video)

  • The video for ‘Architecture’ is a visual homage to relics of the Brutalist and Modernist architectural movements and social-housing builds of the 1960s and 70s. Shot across the London boroughs between W10 to E14 and featuring structures designed by the likes of Ernő Goldfinger, Neave Brown and Alison and Peter Smithso[...]
  • Kate Jackson: painting the beauty of daily surroundings

  • Much of my work is about looking at the urban and rural landscape of Britain in a new way. I'm particularly interested in post war Brutalist architecture, much derided for its austere appearance and often bulldozed out of history without recognition. The modernist shapes these buildings make in the landscape are appeal[...]
  • The Moscow Metro

  • Some eye-catching pictures of the Moscow Metro, one of the world's most beautiful underground railway. It opened on 15 May 1935 and eighty years on, it transports up to nine million people a day, with expansion plans set to make it the world’s fourth largest subway system by 2020.
  • Milano dentro e fuori

  • Mi chiamo Ezio Zupelli da sempre ho coltivato la passione per il design e per l’architettura e proprio da questo interesse è scaturito “Milano dentro e fuori”, un progetto fotografico che sviluppo da qualche anno: l’idea è quella di raccontare attraverso la fotografia lo sviluppo architettonico della città di Milano, m[...]
  • Barnaby Barford: The Tower of Babel

  • The V&A proudly presents artist Barnaby Barford's most audacious project to date. The six and a half metre ceramic installation created for the Museum is on display in the Medieval & Renaissance Galleries from 8 September to 1 November 2015. A major sculptural installation created for the V&A by artist Barn[...]
  • Seb Lester and the Poetry Behind a Mural Project

  • Calligrapher Seb Lester painted a mural in East London featuring the words of the Ewan MacColl song ‘The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face’ on which Roberta Flack’s famous version was based. The video is soundtracked by Maylight’s ‘Beat of the Heart’. Film by Johann Chan Song Lyrics: "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Fa[...]
  • Ai Weiwei on Beijing

  • Chinese artist Ai Weiwei explores his complex relationship with Beijing - “a city that doesn’t belong to its residents” - and takes us through his neighbourhood Caochangdi, a migrant and artists village on the urban fringe where he has tried to create a space for freedom of expression. The short first film is the first[...]