Despite the continuous evolution and eruption of the conventional ‘playhouse’, the content of a theatre has very much stayed the same, until now. Regardless of what the aesthetically provocative shell may suggest, the majority of theatres seem to follow an unwritten rule of having a 2,000 seat auditorium, a 1,500 seat theatre, and a black box.read more
The Monaco Yacht Show is about to get into full swing, so in case you’re not lucky enough to be there in person, we have brought some of it right here.read more
Everyone loves the smell of an open bakery as they walk down the high street, but there’s more than you might think that goes into keeping them open for us to enjoy.read more
At the mention of solar energy, images of big, black panels spread across rooftops probably spring to mind. However, the potential of solar energy is now being put into practice and some very exciting technologies are emerging.read more
Dubai Design Week is an international platform for innovative brands to take their latest ideas in front of a fresh audience.read more
Each year the World Architecture Festival hosts an inspiring exhibition that acts as a canvas for Architects to paint their vision upon. Last year the theme was ’50:50’, a look back at architecture of the past 50 years, and a look ahead to the future. This year it’s housing.
As climates change and the human populace continues to grow, housing is most definitely a worthy, if not needed, focus. The shortlisted projects approach with an exciting variety of concepts. From wooden skyscrapers, to starter studios for homeless Londoners, no brick is left unturned.