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Ben Miller reports from Liverpool where the city's Light Night reveals how a festival can really galvanise a city's imaginative after-hours culture.
The new show at the Design Museum offers a selection of interrogative perspectives on a fictional United Kingdom and the imaginary infrastructure of emerging technologies.
A far cry from simple sheds by the sea, the new exhibition at Aberystwyth Arts Centre features more than 100 innovative models for contemporary beach huts.
The opulent surroundings of Sir John Soane’s dream house, Pitzhanger Manor in Ealing, are about to host the strange sculptural busts of Kathy Dalwood for a decadent banquet.
Sophie Nielsen and Rolf Knudsen's mirror chandelier, made for the Queen's Stairs, has joined a "breathtaking" palace, say the Danish design pair.
Win a copy of The British as art Collectors: From the Tudors to the Present by James Stourton and Charles Sebag-Montefiore, published by Scala.
Playful urban chaos driven by modernist architecture, pop art and Berlin's Egyptian Museum as Isa Genzken exhibits in London before a major show in New York next year.
Installation artist Geraldine Pilgrim's recreations of the pagodas George IV used to dazzle his visitors should not be missed, says Amelia Charman.
Artist Jem Finer, Bethan Huws, Amanda Coogan and Jordan Baseman make art at Woolsthorpe Manor, Ayschoughfee Hall Museum and Grimsthorpe Castle for Compass commissions.
In works challenging artists and designers, Bjarne Melgaard shows the results of collaborations with award-winning Oslo architectural firm Snøhetta and a group of painters dealing with schizophrenia ......
Literary-based tours will allow visitors to discover more Hardy, Dickens, Shakespeare and fellow great writers who were inspired by England's historic Churches.
The Russian businesswoman behind a strange visitor to Trafalgar Square talks to Mark Sheerin about her foundation's involvement.
A chance to experience and explore the city of London's built environment takes place this weekend, with more than 750 sites opening to the public for free during a 48-hour festival. We pick five......
A time capsule buried in the foundations of the new Design Museum building in Kensington features objects nominated by leading figures in the world of design and architecture.
Setting public art workshops within a park building made by an acclaimed young architectural team, a new project in the Kent town of Dartford features dye-based art.