Architecture and Design
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From secret nuclear bunkers to a house by Grayson Perry, ten of the greatest works of architecture in Essex
The Essex Architecture Weekend features three key modernist estates: Silver End, Bata East Tilbury and Frinton-on-Sea. And there's much to enjoy elsewhere, as the highlights show.
The typo in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone which makes rare first editions worth a fortune
A rogue wand, misprinted on a first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, could make some copies very rare. Bookseller Pom Harrington explains how to spot one.
From the Apple iMac G3 and a 1980s Dyson vacuum cleaner to an early Sony and a Vespa, the Design Museum is inviting its fans to choose from sponsoring 12 classics in a new campaign.
Charles Jencks's new mosaic at the Crawick Multiverse is inspired by earth, the sun, life and death. The landscape artist talks comets, ampitheatres and a desert near Dumfries.
Thousands of people have visited a new exhibition in a Soho house showing graphic design duo MinaLima's work for the Harry Potter series. One half of the pair, Eduardo Lima, says fans have given the......
John L Walters, the author of a lavish new book about the life and career of printmaking great Alan Kitching, on how the artist went from being a "backroom boy" of design to an internationally......
From cave art to graffiti and Berlin to Dumfries, street artists create giant murals for "a world without borders"
With her street art group Recoat, Amy Whiten painted a series of murals across Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games 2014. Her latest work is a giant mural at the city's On The Corner.
"Cheap at twice the price": Artist takes Routemaster bus to streets of Aberdeen as festival kicks off
Doug Fishbone leads an unorthodox bus tour and Turner Prize winners Assemble create a Brutalist Playground as art, design and architecture festival Look Again lives up to its name in Aberdeen.