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Contemporary additions that fail to respect place and context can end up as monstrosities, comments Marcus Binney
The ultra-modern Silicon Dock establishment reflects the Irish capital’s recovery
‘My idea was always very simple: make it as public as you can’
Our great, global cities are turning into vast gated citadels where the elite reproduces itself
Illustrious design characterises vast new schemes
This year’s Serpentine Pavilion, designed by Herzog & De Meuron with Ai Weiwei, is a meditation on memory
Serpentine attracts Beijing ‘Bird’s Nest’ partnership
Warsaw transformed as city’s inhabitants get richer and consumer spending booms
The French architect’s unremittingly red creation stands somewhere between a hip Ibiza nightclub and Soviet constructivist agit-prop
The French architect’s design is described as ‘a contrast of lightweight materials and dramatic metal cantilevered structures’
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