• Ferrari: Under the Skin — review

    The Design Museum’s Ferrari show may be a collector’s fantasy, but it fails to get under Blueprint’s skin

  • Yoshino Cedar House by Airbnb and Go Hasegawa

    Airbnb and architect Go Hasegawa have designed a cedar-wood house and given it to the village of Yoshino in rural Japan

  • Behind the scenes of The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains

    In the Pink - Pink Floyd is the latest subject for a V&A blockbuster exhibition. Before the opening, we caught up with the event’s creative director, Aubrey ‘Po’ Powell, one half of legendary graphic design outfit Hipgnosis, show designers Stufish and one of Pink Floyd...

  • A Letter from… Tottenham 2028

    Johnny Tucker heads to the future and reports back from Tottenham 2028, when a new ground has been opened and the club has gone on to win the Premiership...

  • Review: imm Cologne

    Johnny Tucker selects the best designs on show at this year’s edition of imm Cologne, from reprints of Arts & Architecture magazine covers, to noise-reducing felt chairs

  • Geometry of Now: GES-2 Powerstation in Moscow

    The derelict space of the GES-2 powerstation in Moscow will play host to a series of installations and performances over the next seven days (20-27 February)

  • Boxing clever: OMA in Quebec

    OMA has added three stacked box volumes to the historic Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec. Johnny Tucker gets a tour with head of the OMA New York office, Sho Shigematsu

  • César’s Palace: One Canada Square

    One Canada Square is a quarter of a century old. Long London’s tallest skyscraper, a symbol of the entrepreneurial spirit of the Thatcher era and London’s revival, it remains the centrepiece of the unstoppable, still-expanding Canary Wharf estate. Its architect César Pelli talks about the landmark tower, whose story also continues

  • Salone del Mobile, Milan review

    Editor Johnny Tucker and London Design Guide author Max Fraser pounded the pavements and piazzas to bring you the best design the city had to offer

  • Hide and Seek – OMA’s Timmerhuis

    Almost as soon as the bombs that all but obliterated Rotterdam had stopped falling, the redevelopment of the city began and it’s been going on ever since. The latest addition is the Timmerhuis - a ‘floating cloud of steel and glass’ by OMA, that seems to hide itself in the fabric of the city

  • Montblanc, Hamburg by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance

    Luxury pen maker Montblanc has just opened its latest store, its European flagship, in Hamburg, the company’s hometown. Designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance had the task of translating the brand’s detailing and narrative into its latest retail environment, ready for a roll-out through its other stores. Johnny Tucker reports

  • Letter from… San Francisco

    Johnny Tucker writes from San Francisco - the home of the digital start-up. But is the tide beginning to turn against these icompanies? Raging wage wars to attract the world’s best staff, mean regular Joe’s are being priced out of the city, unable to afford rocketing rent and house prices...

  • St Peter’s Seminary

    Crumbling modernist icon St Peter's Seminary to get new lease of life as arts venue starting in March – volunteers sought

  • Rain Room by Random International review

    Random International’s popular experiential Rain Room travels across the world to the Yuz Museum Shanghai. Johnny Tucker pays a visit and tries not to get soaked

  • London Design Festival: Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec’s Samsung Serif TV

    The Bouroullec brothers unveiled their first electronic product at this year’s festival, a sleek television set for Samsung, that’s more a covetable design object than a piece of technological innovation

  • Review: Jawbone UP3

    Johnny Tucker finds he is healthier and fitter after putting Jawbone’s UP3 wearable and state-of-the-art sensors to the test

  • Thinking inside the box: Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s The Broad

    Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s latest building — The Broad art gallery — has just opened in Los Angeles. Unusually free to visit, it’s both a gallery and an introduction to art curation for a collection that travels the world on loan. The top gallery floor is also a joy to behold with its exquisite handling of natural light

  • Virgin Atlantic Upper Class Lounge, LAX

    Airline Virgin Atlantic has followed its posh-class lounges at Newark and JFK airports with its latest at Los Angeles. After an underwhelming walk through the airport to find it, Johnny Tucker headed into the bright new space, designed by New York practice Slade Architecture.

  • World of Wedgwood

    Wedgwood – one of the homes of British industrial design, has flung open its doors showing off a brand new visitor experience, restaurant, tearooms, shops and extended museum.

  • Will Margate's Dreamland theme park reopen?

    In its heyday in the Sixties, the Dreamland theme park in the Kent seaside town of Margate used to play host to some two and a half million pleasure seekers a year.