Louis Kahn at the Design Museum, London

The American architect’s work is less well-known than that of his contemporaries but it has worn well

Louis Kahn’s National Assembly Building in Dhaka, Bangladesh
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‘Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture’, Design Museum, London

The proposed Garden Bridge by Thomas Heatherwick

Bridges at the Museum of London Docklands

The exhibition on the city’s famous crossings runs from June 27 to November 2 2014

Building bridges in the city

The role of city bridges is explored in a new exhibition at the Museum of London Docklands

One of Lazar Khidekel’s building designs from 1923

Lazar Khidekel at Pushkin House, London

Little-known designer was responsible for some of the earliest translations of suprematist language into architectural form

Blockbusters feature in Stirling Prize list

Most visible candidate is 308m Shard skyscraper

The London Aquatics Centre underwent a transformation after the Olympics

Stirling Prize 2014: the shortlist

The buildings are the most recognisable in the prize’s 19-year history

This year’s Serpentine Pavilion
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Smiljan Radic’s Serpentine Pavilion

The Chilean architect’s eccentric design embodies his interests in craft and materials

Bureau du pouvoir (2013) designed by Ramy Fischler

DesignMiami/Basel: the design fair gets expansive

Some 50 galleries from 13 countries will bring in great international names in design while a special programme has been launched for large-scale works

Light Sculpture designed by Mattia Bonetti at David Gill Galleries

DesignMiami/Basel highlights

Some 50 galleries from 13 countries will bring in great international names in design

Architecture Biennale in Venice

For this year’s edition, curator Rem Koolhaas has shifted the discourse away from personalities. FT architecture critic Edwin Heathcote reports

Foyles: London’s new flagship bookstore

An institution is reborn in the bookselling district of Charing Cross Road. Edwin Heathcote reports

Real architecture rises above the stars

We need to make sure that skill and commitment make their mark

The end of architecture?

The oblique world of Claude Parent

Today’s architects are reappraising the work of the ‘supermodernist’

Creations of a modern patrician

Industrialist and philanthropist Vittorio Cini left Venice a startling legacy

Elastic pastoral

William Blake meets Stanley Kubrick: the British pavilion at the Biennale confronts the theme of ‘Absorbing Modernity’ head on

My First Million: Zeev Aram, Aram stores

Zeev Aram is a designer furniture pioneer

Architecture: if less is more, small is huge

‘Small buildings often give architects a degree of freedom that cannot be obtained in huge public or corporate projects’

Maja’s model town

Arles, the French town that inspired Van Gogh and countless other artists, is being reshaped by its latest cultural developments