• The struggle to save the Eames House

    In order to save Charles and Ray Eames’ iconic home in California’s Pacific Palisades, Charles’ granddaughter Lucia Dewey Atwood has launched a long-term conservation project for the modernist monument in which she spent much of her childhood. But preservation does not mean a sealed museum, she insists

  • Regenerating Japanese islands through art: the Setouchi Triennale

    Anthea Gerrie reports from the intriguing, island-hopping Setouchi Triennale in southern Japan

  • Desert art: Bombay Beach Biennale and the revival of a forgotten town

    In 2016, Stefan Ashkenazy and friends set up an annual, anti-biennale arts festival in the California desert, the Bombay Beach Biennale. Its ambitions soon grew into a project of permanent cultural regeneration, bringing life back to this abandoned town by the once-popular Salton Sea

  • Surreal subversion: Dorothea Tanning at Tate Modern

    The Tate Modern’s new retrospective of surrealist artist Dorothea Tanning delights and disturbs in equal measure

  • Flying into the future: 10 new airport projects

    We look at 10 new airport projects around the globe due to be built over the next five years, including two completely new hubs set to become the largest airports in the world

  • 'Architectural gunpowder': the Experimentarium by CEBRA

    When Danish practice CEBRA took on the brief to create a new home for the Experimentarium science centre in Copenhagen, it created some ‘gunpowder’ moments, including a double helix staircase clad in 10 tonnes of copper

  • Ness Point by Tonkin Liu

    The sleek lines and curves of this new home for interior designer, Logan McWatt, by architect Tonkin Liu are inspired by its local history and stunning cliff-top location overlooking the White Cliffs of Dover, as well as philosopy from the Far East.

  • Cite du Vin by XTU Architects & Casson Mann

    The original straight-edged plans for a museum of wine in Bordeaux went out of the window when the architects Anouk Legendre and Nicolas Desmazières drank a glass of one of the world’s best wines. From that point on, what has become the Cité du Vin, in collaboration with Casson Mann, had to be deliciously voluptuous.

  • Georgia O’Keeffe in New Mexico

    With a major retrospective on the pioneer of 20th-century art Georgia O’Keeffe pulling in the crowds at Tate Modern, we take a look at one of her two homes in New Mexico - her adobe dwelling and studio in Abiquiu - and examine how its modified vernacular style reflects the artist and her personality

  • Nightclubbing: Ian Schrager

    Thirty five years ago, Ian Schrager’s legendary New York nightclub, Studio 54, closed its doors and the man himself — and partner Steve Rubell — headed off to prison for tax evasion. Who knew that this was just the beginning, with another nightclub to follow and designs on the hotel world that would change the industry. Just don’t call him a designer...