Monthly archives: February 2012
Dezeen Wire: architect Frank Gehry discusses how the success of the Bilbao Guggenheim sparked an inevitable backlash against iconic architecture in an interview with architecture critic Rowan Moore, but says expression is still a fundamental quality of his buildings - Observer
A 1960’s bungalow in Cambridgeshire is hidden behind a Siberian larch-clad extension with a row of gabled roofs. More »
Dezeen Wire: French footballer Thierry Henry has submitted plans to demolish and rebuild his £5.9 million home in north London to accomodate a four-storey-high fish tank - Daily Mail
Airside are to close next month - more details in our earlier Dezeen Wire story.
The new company will open in April working on branding, graphic design, illustration, animation and live action in London. Rupert Ray is named after a historical figure who happens to be distantly related to both Maclean and Matthews. More »
Morsels of food complete the drawings on these plates, appearing to be hoisted on cranes and forklift trucks or transported by land, sea and air. More »