One half of an extension to a house in north London is surrounded by frameless glass, whilst the other half is encased in slatted timber. More »
Monthly archives: September 2011
Following our recent feature about buildings clad in weathered steel, here's an archive in Essen, Germany, that is clad in Corten. More »
Dezeen Wire: the first issue of new design magazine CLOG is out now and features an interview with architect Bjarke Ingels, plus critical analysis of his Copenhagen firm BIG with over 40 contributions. The magazine is published three times a year and explores architectural issues in depth with insight from practicing professionals.
Dezeen Wire: ahead of the opening of Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970-1990 at the Victoria & Albert Museum next week, design critic Alice Rawsthorn describes the hype and controversy that surrounded the movement and its influence on subsequent designers - The New York Times
See a previous article discussing the definition of postmodernism by The Observer's architecture critic Rowan Moore here.
Dezeen Wire: architecture critic Rowan Moore reviews Europe's largest urban shopping centre ahead of its opening tomorrow - The Observer
A mosaic rainbow of glazed ceramic tiles lines an egg-shaped dome at the heart of a library in Pécs, Hungary. More »
Here are some photographs of a renovated fortress in northern Italy that now features patinated steel bridges, an extended underground tunnel and concrete towers. More »