• Review: The Japanese House at Barbican Art Gallery

    The latest exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery in London charts the evolution of the Japanese house from the end of the Second World War

  • Meet: Kéré Architecture

    We get to know Burkina Faso-born Francis Kéré of Berlin-based Kéré Architecture, designer of this summer’s Serpentine Pavilion in London’s Kensington Gardens

  • Review: Disobedient Bodies: JW Anderson curates The Hepworth Wakefield

    Fashion designer JW Anderson has curated an exhibition exploring how art, fashion and design has reimagined the human form in the past century at The Hepworth Wakefield

  • 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...

  • Review: Milan Design Week

    Blueprint editor Johnny Tucker reports from this year’s Salone del Mobile and Milan Design Week

  • 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.

  • Richard Murphy House by Richard Murphy Architects

    Winner of the RIBA 2016 House of the Year award, Richard Murphy’s house in Edinburgh’s New Town is a treasure trove of a lifetime of influences and inspirations, from homages to Carlo Scarpa and tributes to John Soane. Packed with gadgets, visual trickery and surprises, it is designed to adapt with both the seasons and its occupier’s needs.

  • The Curve, Slough by bblur architecture, CZWG and Colorminium

    The Curve, a new £22m library and community centre, by bblur architecture, CZWG and Colorminium, has given Slough a big boost, finds Herbert Wright.

  • Royal College of Music by AIX Arkitekter

    Stockholm’s new Royal College of Music by AIX Arkitekter has transformed an old stable yard into a state-of-the- art performance venue and education facility.

  • Sea change: Resilient Flooding Schemes

    By 2060, over a billion people will live in cities at risk of catastrophic flooding. But rather than embark on huge, hard infrastructure projects to prevent the worst, it seems the world’s leading engineers and landscape architects are joining forces with other disciplines – meteorologists and IT experts – to come up with far more nuanced, pragmatic solutions