• Meet: Pezo von Ellrichshausen

    We get to know Pezo von Ellrichshausen, a Chilean art and architecture studio that creates experiential 'spatial structures', most recently at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale

  • 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

  • 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

  • Boxing clever: Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (MNBAC) by OMA

    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

  • Life House by John Pawson

    As Living Architecture unveils its latest holiday house, in rural Wales, Blueprint asks its architect John Pawson about the concept of a modern-day retreat after a relaxing stay at the Life House

  • House 19 by Jestico + Whiles

    A Fifties' bungalow in the home town of Jestico + Whiles' director Heinz Richardson provided the perfect site for House 19, a new- build, carbon-neutral, energy-efficient home that encompasses the past, present and future

  • Destruction of Memory review

    Tim Slade’s film, based on Robert Bevan’s 2006 book of the same name, documents the cultural destruction that has wrought catastrophic results across the world. It’s a must-see, says Veronica Simpson

  • Christian de Portzamparc in New York

    Fifty years after he plunged into New York’s alternative underground scene, Pritzker Prize winner Christian de Portzamparc’s third Manhattan tower - the acclaimed 400 Park Avenue South (Prism Tower) - has been completed. Herbert Wright looks back at the architect’s engagement with the city and assesses his role in its fast-changing skyline

  • Blueprint’s pick of 2016 Graduates

    Our team of architects, designers and critics has scoured the UK to bring you the very best of the graduate work on offer this year and tip you off on the ones to watch for the future...