• The Rolling Stones: Exhibitionism

    DesignCurial joins Pentagram as they dive into the lives of what’s said to be the ‘Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Band’, on display at the Saatchi Gallery this spring/summer 2016

  • Art Therapy – bringing St Peter’s Seminary back to life

    Finally made safe after decades of decay, St Peter’s Seminary, designed by Gillespie, Kidd & Coia, is about to begin the next stage of its extraordinary life. Gareth Gardner explores Scotland’s iconic modernist ruin

  • Curated Diary – Ben Wheatley

    Ben Wheatley, director of new film High-Rise, picks his top events for spring, including new TV shows, headsets and computer games

  • The effect of colour in the built environment - the scientific evidence

    So much waffle is written about how colour affects us. You hear how one hue can create a calming effect, while another will provoke passion, or the like, without a shred of evidence to back up the claims. Blueprint decided to get to the bottom of this and find out just how much measurable scientific proof there is of the effect of colour in the built environment. We teamed up with Milliken Carpets, which commissioned colour expert, Byron Mikellides, Emeritus Professor of the Place, Culture and Identity Research Group at Oxford Brookes University, to tells us what empirical knowledge exists on this subject

  • Join in with Blueprint and Ecophon’s #verticalview competition

    Share your vertical snaps for the chance to win weekly prizes including a MacBook Air

  • Out on a limb

    Off the wall art exhibition from Daniel Arsham, founder of Snarkitecture

  • Curated Diary: Achim Borchardt-Hume

    Director of exhibitions at Tate Modern, Achim Borchardt-Hume picks his top art and design events across the world for the new year

  • Profile: Alex Chinneck

    Sculptor Alex Chinneck, he of the melting house and the upturned pylon fame, tells us that he is planning to take his talents on tour to India, China and the USA.

  • Recycled art illuminates Trafalgar Square

    Luzinterruptus showcases its light installation featured at Lumiere London

  • Church-gone-skate park gets a vibrant facelift

    This converted church fuses art and skate with vibrant geometric patterns