Danila Tkachenko’s haunting documentary series is featured in Dead Space and Ruins, the second instalment of the Calvert 22 Foundation’s Power and Architecture exhibitions series
Design studio Accept & Proceed has opened a new co-working space for creatives in Hackney. We talk to co-founder David Johnston about designing the building and the growing demand for shared workspaces in the capital
Ah, they don’t make them like they used to. A new exhibition on the design and architecture of Olivetti, opening at the ICA in London tomorrow, will have you swooning for the past.
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This June will see the third SohoCreate festival, bringing together the diverse community of the most creative square mile in the world, Soho. We talk to SohoCreate CEO Tom Harvey and its chair Sir John Hegarty about the aims of the festival and what makes Soho special, and reveal details of this year’s programme
Our April issue examines the role of creativity in healthcare, from the latest tech to the design of hospitals, the role of illustration in Gray’s Anatomy and a controversial new brand that’s shaking up the feminine hygiene sector
When 2001: A Space Odyssey came out in 1968, cinema audiences hadn’t seen anything like it. As a new book reveals, it was the work of a NASA illustrator which kept Stanley Kubrick’s film rooted in science-fact, making it both more believable and more beautiful along the way