To drop or not to drop your Picardie tumbler. That is the question.
Designed spaces as canvases
Vesna Aksentijevic, Associate Director of FLINT, about London’s new landmark Alto.
Dutch Design and sustainability
Five creative talents with an environmentally friendly approach.
The art of temporality: delightful giant objects in public spaces.
Floris van Bommel
If someone takes an in-depth interest in what they do, you’ll recognize this in their performance.
Professor Bob de Wit
‘Architects need to become psychologists.’
Residents come and go
Trends in housing call for fewer standard solutions and more cyclical concepts.
School of Finance & Management
Finding a new location for a growing organization can be quite a challenge. The Frankfurt School of Finance & Management has undergone an extensive…
Chaos breeds life, order breeds habit.
Untitled – mixed media – 2010 by Ton Slits
Photography Etienne van Sloun
Mural at Agha Bozorg Mosque in Kashan, Iran.
Photography Peggy van Sebillen
If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.
Caratenoids colouring Hutt Lagoon (Western Australia)
by Richard Woldendorp
The beauty of silence.
Peter Zumtor’s Bruder Klaus Field Chapel in Mechernich, Germany
Photography Sem Shayne
Who could have thought ‘Michaelangelo’ and ‘Excel’ go together?
Microsoft Excel art by Tatsuo Horiuchi
Everything looks better in black.
The ‘Indigo Rose’ is a new, strangely-coloured variety of tomato.