Architecture and the future of Earth

On Earth Day, we dig into Beatrice Galilee’s new book, to see how architecture can help - but also harm - our world Architecture and the future of Earth

Why Pace is showing Adam Pendleton’s paintings alongside David Adjaye’s sculptures

Here's why Pendleton’s text paintings complement Adjaye's pyramid sculptures so well at this new Hong Kong show Why Pace is showing Adam Pendleton’s paintings alongside David Adjaye’s sculptures

Peter Marino tells the FT about his new passion for bees

The architect, collector and Phaidon author says he can taste the flowers from his garden in his bees’ honey Peter Marino tells the FT about his new passion for bees

How KAWS and his cartoon sculptures capture compassion and companionship

Our new book describes how the artist’s pop appropriations bring humanity into a highly commodified world How KAWS and his cartoon sculptures capture compassion and companionship

The British press loves Patented

The Guardian and the Financial Times delight in the hidden histories contained in our new patent design book The British press loves Patented

Patience, tolerance, and less screen time: Grace Coddington offers careers advice on her 80th birthday

The world-famous fashion editor looks back on her career in the latest edition of Vogue Patience, tolerance, and less screen time: Grace Coddington offers careers advice on her 80th birthday

The Putnams show us how to make a perfectly pigmented wedding bouquet

Michael and Darroch Putnam discuss color in wedding florals in their latest Instagram video
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The NY Times is won over by Ward Bennett's warm modernism

The newspaper reflects on the simple charms of Bennett’s Sugarman House, on the shore in Long Island The NY Times is won over by Ward Bennett's warm modernism

When KAWS art-bombed phone booths and billboards

Our new book explains how the artist’s subversive advertising interventions helped introduce him to the wider world When KAWS art-bombed phone booths and billboards

The spiritual location that makes monk so special

How did Yoshihiro Imai know that a rundown, canalside building would make such a perfect spot for his contemplative restaurant? The spiritual location that makes monk so special

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