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Breathing Colour

Drawing on 15 years of research, “Breathing Colour” by Hella Jongerius is an exhibition at the London Design Museum that takes a deeper look at how colour behaves.




Richard Goodwin

Betts Project presents the first solo exhibition of Richard Goodwin in the UK: “Fables for the Drone Age” reflects on the concept of ‘porosity’ in the urban fabric.



Kéré’s Pavilion opens

Conceived as a micro cosmos within Kensington Gardens, seeking to connect its visitors to nature, the 17th Serpentine Pavilion designed by Francis Kéré opens today in London.  




Layered gallery

Gianni Botsford Architects has designed an enclosed courtyard structure in London, a sequence of layered screens that provides a retreat and place to contemplate art.




Here After

Designers and artists Craig & Karl have playfully revived a derelict petrol station in London’s White City, with a a public and visually arresting art installation.



Ansdell Street Origami

To renovate a building in a 1970’s office block in London, Studio Seilern Architects used an origami pitched roof that adds space and light without interfering with local regulations.