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    1. October 10, 2014

      A new rhythm in old Panama City

      A soft light filters through the blinds of an old building in Casco Viejo, Panama City’s historic quarter. It falls on a...

    2. Business Blog

      September 17, 2014

      Private concerns

        © Dreamstime Open-plan offices are coming under attack. Jeremy Paxman, the British broadcast journalist, let rip last...

    1. June 27, 2014

      Smiljan Radic’s Serpentine Pavilion

      It’s a bagel, or perhaps a doughnut. Or an egg shell. Maybe a UFO. Anyway it’s resting on massive rocks. Inspired,...

    2. April 25, 2014

      Arles and the Luma Foundation

      Arles is a city of obvious, exotic attractions: ancient Roman buildings, brilliant blue skies, winding streets and brightly...

    3. February 28, 2014

      The vineyards given a modern makeover by world’s top architects

      Traditional images of vineyards generally feature a historic château but contemporary architecture is gaining a foothold in...

    4. February 21, 2014

      Design Classic: Frank Gehry’s Wiggle side chair

      Frank Gehry was one of the first designers to produce cardboard furniture, having created the Wiggle side chair in 1972....

    5. January 31, 2014

      Eduardo Souto de Moura at the Royal Academy

      Eduardo Souto de Moura appears to be playing a game of peek-a-boo with photographers at the Royal Academy in London – the...

    6. January 19, 2014

      ‘Crossover’ jewellery attracts new collectors

      A new breed of jewellery buyers is in search of pieces created by designers from the wider applied arts. A recent Sotheby’s...

    7. November 22, 2013

      Interview: Frank Gehry

      He is grouchy, says a man who knows Frank Gehry well, when I ask him what to expect of my meeting with the architect....

    8. October 25, 2013

      Bernard Arnault and François Pinault take their collection to Paris

      People have been saying for years that Paris’s art market is not commercial enough, that it has suffered from not being at...

    9. October 22, 2013

      Frank Gehry to design part of Battersea power station project

      One of the world’s greatest architects, Frank Gehry, is to work alongside Lord Foster to design a new eight-acre phase of...

    10. September 24, 2013

      Architecture: Designs on immortality

      The skyscraper index, long discussed but never formally introduced, is one of the great irreverent economic indicators. The...

    11. August 15, 2013

      Ken Price: Sculptures, Metropolitan Museum, New York; Works on Paper, Drawing Center, New York – review

      Contemporary art rarely broadcasts its virtuosity as proudly, or as subtly, as Ken Price’s ceramics do in the Metropolitan...

    12. July 24, 2013

      Monumental ambitions

      Frank Gehry, the architect, does not like project managers, but over his career he has learnt a lot about project...

    13. June 28, 2013

      A pooling of expertise

      “Inviting somebody else to delve into your art collection could be uncomfortable. But young curators can reactivate and...

    14. April 12, 2013

      West Coast: pure cool v crack house

      Pierre Koenig and Frank Gehry were born only four years apart yet the two houses featured here represent two poles of...

    15. March 19, 2013

      Gehry at centre of Eisenhower memorial spat

      A memorial to Dwight Eisenhower designed by Frank Gehry has put the famed architect in the crosshairs of a Tea Party...

    16. March 15, 2013

      Lunch with the FT: Noam Chomsky

      There is a time capsule near the lifts of the Stata Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It contains items...

    17. March 11, 2013

      Bam Construct to build Google’s London HQ

      Google’s new £1bn European headquarters in King’s Cross, London, will be built by the Dutch company Bam Construct, which has...

    18. February 3, 2013

      America’s new secretary of state

      In a farewell speech, Hillary Clinton said the world required a new architecture that should be more “Frank Gehry than...

    19. January 31, 2013

      Northeast finds Formica in top condition at 100

      North Shields was once known for shipbuilding, fishing and coal-mining. Yet one of its most enduring industrial products is...

    20. November 23, 2012

      Shared memorial

      It is not unusual that the subject of a memorial should be long dead. Last year the Martin Luther King memorial was unveiled...

    21. November 9, 2012

      Central Park’s new peaks

      Central Park South sits in the heart of Manhattan, but this thoroughfare between Fifth Avenue and Central Park West has...

    22. September 28, 2012

      Life after TED

      Richard Saul Wurman lounges by the hotel pool, sweat collecting under the crease of his pectoral muscles as the heat of a...

    23. August 14, 2012

      Management teaching is a barrier to creative thinking

      The ongoing financial crisis represents a watershed for business leaders and for business schools responsible for educating...

    24. June 22, 2012

      The next big thing

      “What is the maximum architecture can do?” Rem Koolhaas asked at the end of the 20th century. “Architects are in the...

    25. June 1, 2012

      A real corker

      When you sniff the cork of a newly opened bottle of wine, the cork is a measure of condition, a moment of truth. The annual...

    26. beyondbrics

      February 28, 2012

      Chinese architect wins Pritzker prize

      Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhas. And now Wang Shu. The Hangzhou-based Chinese architect has been awarded...

    27. February 27, 2012

      Midwest mettle for ‘starchitects’

      Manufacturing in the US has taken a beating in recent years. Increases in productivity have been offset by dramatic job...

    28. February 20, 2012

      Blood Knot, Signature Center, New York

      Athol Fugard’s Blood Knot received only one performance at its world premiere in Johannesburg in 1961. It has since become a...

    29. February 7, 2012

      Ai Weiwei and Herzog to design London pavilion

      The partnership behind the design of the “Bird’s Nest” stadium in Beijing, the stunning centrepiece of the 2008 Olympics,...

    30. January 27, 2012

      Bali and the chocolate factory

      While Bali’s south coast is being swallowed up by villa and resort developments, there is an innovative green design...

    31. January 24, 2012

      Abu Dhabi approves spending boost

      Abu Dhabi has concluded a long-awaited review of government spending plans, approving the budget for a plethora of projects...

    32. January 13, 2012

      All in a day’s work

      Blink and you’ll miss it, so to speak. Even for a culture that is addicted to the fizzy thrills of the pop-up and the flash...

    33. December 16, 2011

      Building hope

      Can architecture cure cancer? Can buildings make you better? Can space heal? Nah, ’course not. No matter what claims are...

    34. December 7, 2011

      Abu Dhabi reins in grand ambitions

      It is basking in oil-fuelled cash at a time of global financial turbulence. And it has been spared the threatening ripples...

    35. November 25, 2011

      All the fun of the fair

      Art Basel Miami Beach began as a sister event to the mother of all fairs, Art Basel in Switzerland. But as it celebrates its...

    36. October 30, 2011

      Abu Dhabi confirms museum delay

      Plans to build Louvre and Guggenheim museums on a reclaimed island off Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates,...

    37. October 25, 2011

      Doubts over Abu Dhabi museums project

      Abu Dhabi’s dreams of collecting some of the world’s greatest art names by building enormous local branches of the...

    38. September 14, 2011

      Louis Vuitton picks Constans as new chief

      Yves Carcelle, chief executive of Louis Vuitton, will stand aside at the end of the next year to be replaced by Jordi...

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