Architecture and Design
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Siobhan Ward, who has been part of Cornerhouse since before its original opening in 1985, on the popular centre's switch to Manchester's new £25 million HOME.
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma joined Scotland's Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Fiona Hyslop, and museum Director Phillip Long for a groundbreaking ceremony in Dundee today.
Kate Bush, Miley Cyrus, Frida Kahlo and Brecht all feature in an exhibition by The Society of British Theatre Designers opening at the V&A this summer.
A rare surviving example of a traditional Arts and Crafts house, designed and built by Ernest Gimson, and including many pieces of original furniture, opens to the public for the first time on Monday ......
Supporters will be able to sign up for exclusive tours around Chiswick House, Dulwich Picture Gallery and the William Morris Gallery as part of a one-day scheme taking place this March.
Six 530-kilogram panels, created during the six-week culmination of a two-year project, are giving visitors spectacular new views from Tower Bridge. Here are some pictures.
Archaeologists say they will use similar techniques to ones used at Windsor Castle during the 1990s as they begin to salvage the remains of the school's burnt-out building.
Corinna Gardner, the Curator of Contemporary Product Design, on the high-profile impact of the new Rapid Response Collecting gallery at London's Victoria & Albert Museum.
A new publication comprehensively details the 2007 Turner Prize winner's major permanent work, Labyrinth, on the London Underground. Win a copy here.
The producer of Objects Sandbox, an exhibition of brand new products within an Internet of Things, on working with archaeologists, ethnomusicologists and more.
In an open competition with four £1,000 prizes, house-proud Londoners are being given the chance to make their home the National Trust's 13th property in the capital.
A living museum in a prefab in Catford is using a kickstarter campaign so it can stay open and celebrate post-war life through art, archives and the sharing of memories.
The life and work of the remarkable Peggy Angus is celebrated with a fitting exhibition at Towner. Richard Moss enjoys the journey with Angus biographer James Russell.
The National Portrait Gallery is to mount a major exhibition in the autumn with Fiona McCarthy curating a wide ranging show about William Morris and his ongoing influence.
London and Zurich-based design team Gruppe will create a playful pier for visitors to share their thoughts on the museum after beating 70 hopefuls to the commission.