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The artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset have transformed several of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s rooms into the apartment of a fictional elderly architect, Norman Swann, whose now bankrupt affairs cause him to vacate what was once a luxurious home.

 

Art / Hannah Gregory

 

Hadid: Serpentine Sackler

In spite of claims of clashes between old and avant-garde, a few weeks after the opening of the Serpentine’s sister Sackler Gallery by Zaha Hadid Architects, what we see when contemplating the classical building and its extension is the meeting of two kinds of power.

 

Architecture / Hannah Gregory

Culinary playground

Food is always interactive and always, to an extent, designed. As Arabeschi di Latte, Scholten & Baijings and Sebastian Wrong demonstrated at this year’s London Design Festival.

 

Design / Hannah Gregory

 

LDF 2013: Benjamin Hubert

Starting from the latest innovations – Ripple and Amass – presented at the London Design Festival, Benjamin Hubert recounts to Domus his much-lauded “materials driven, process-led” approach.

 

Design / Hannah Gregory

 

Ferran Adrià and the Art of Food

A reverential exhibition at London's Somerset House celebrates the history of elBulli, revealing an insight into the kitchen and laboratory of one of the best restaurants in the world.

 

Design / Hannah Gregory

Le Corbusier’s Atlas

The largest exhibition ever mounted in New York on Charles Édouard-Jeanneret shows landscapes of various scales: cityscapes, seascapes, and even, in the case of Ronchamp, an acoustic-scape.

 

Architecture / Hannah Gregory