• The rise of the flying car

    Say goodbye to sitting in traffic jams, as flying cars are on their way. From as early as next year, these vehicles — once the sole preserve of sci-fi films — will start to be rolled out. But what are the challenges — and will our city skies really be full of cars soon?

  • Gimme shelter: how are architects tackling homelessness?

    Designs for high-end housing and bespoke home extensions are ten a penny in the architecture world, but what are today’s practices doing to address the homelessness crisis? From temporary housing and modular pods to a digital platform tackling bureaucratic boundaries, we look at the innovative designs developed by architects for those without homes

  • 10 examples of modern architecture homes

    There’s a great deal of extraordinarily-designed houses across the globe and we decided to highlight some of the modern architecture homes that caught our attention. From portable houses to cantilever designs, this compilation will aim to satisfy your urge to peruse ultra-modern developments, and perhaps inspire your next project?

  • The weird and wonderful world of 'bubbletecture'

    Phaidon’s new book Bubbletecture takes us inside the world of inflatable architecture and design

  • Hexagonal housing: Hoxton Press by Karakusevic Carson Architects and David Chipperfield Architects

    Karakusevic Carson Architects and David Chipperfield Architects have joined forces to create two striking towers of apartments whose private sale has helped fund the regeneration of the adjacent social and mixed tenure housing. It's an enlightened piece of community-centric redevelopment by Hackney Council

  • 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

  • Making waves: Blueprint meets Dorte Mandrup

    With a trio of buildings for the Unesco-protected Wadden Sea and a bold glacier visitor centre in Iceland, Dorte Mandrup’s eponymous practice is fast becoming a specialist in water projects. But alongside climate conscious innovation, there is contradiction and unpredictability among the Danish studio’s works

  • Take a look inside this new, spectacular propeller-shaped house

    Designed by SPF:architects, this awe-inspiring new property floats above the LA Basin with a shimmering glass façade.

  • Pritzker Prize-winning Shigeru Ban designs luxury retreat, Shishi-Iwa House

    Known for his innovative work with paper, Japanese architect Shigeru Ban has designed a new boutique luxury hotel, Shishi-Iwa House.

  • Chucs celebrates its first anniversary at Zaha Hadid’s Serpentine Sackler Gallery

    In April 2019, Chucs Serpentine celebrates its first anniversary at Zaha Hadid’s iconic Serpentine Sackler Gallery – we find out why this space is the perfect backdrop for a restaurant.