The Centre Pompidou has dedicated a large-scale exhibition to Norman Foster, whose work has become synonymous with high-tech architecture. It is a dense and invigorating show.
I finally had a chance to visit the Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen. It is an amazing building and tremendous fun. I'll definitely visit again if I get a chance.
The Kistefos Museum is an amazing museum and not just because of the recently opened The Twist art gallery. I spent nearly five hours exploring the park, the art galleries and the industrial heritage site.
Germany/1920s/New Objectivity/August Sander is the somewhat awkward title of a mammoth exhibition at the Centre Pompidou. Bringing together some 900 works of painting, photography, architecture, design and film, this is the first panoramic overview of the New Objectivity movement in France.
A selection of photos of the interior of the MKM Museum Küppersmühle für Moderne Kunst in Duisburg
Het HEM is a spectacular new exhibition space located in a former munition factory overlooking the Noordzeekanaal near Amsterdam.
Review of Elements of Architecture by Rem Koolhaas and co-authors.
The recently opened Winton Gallery at the London Science Museum houses the museum's mathematics gallery.
Oscar Niemeyer's work is very photogenic, it's nearly impossible not to make a good photo of his designs.
This may well be some of the best advice to beginning artists and designers. I wish someone had told me...
Koolhaas talks about the changing face of architecture and the changing role of the architect in the age of globalisation. Architecture used to reflect the values of a society, now it expresses the aspirations of the architect.
Vanity Fair asked 52 prominent architects and critics to list the five most important works of architecture created since 1980. They didn't ask me, so here's my list.