Architecture and Design

Keep up to date with architecture and design news with exhibition reviews and news from UK museums and galleries and the latest event listings and websites highlighting the UK's architecture and design heritage.

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Small but worldly maps exhibition makes sense of human wandering at London's Store Street gallery

You Are Here, at the gallery in the shadow of the British Museum, is a selection of artistic interpretations of maps of London and across the world, says Chelsea Garner.

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Inside the exotic Chinese Drawing Room at Temple Newsam, Leeds's Tudor-Jacobean country mansion

With its handpainted wallpaper, the Chinese Drawing Room at the Tudor Jacobean mansion of Temple Newsam is one of Leeds’s most lavishly decorated rooms.

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Style and craft: Five top designs from The Fine Art of Furniture

From Celtic revival chairs to carved 18th century tables, see five of the best from the newly-opened Ulster Museum exhibition.

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The best art exhibitions to see in the East of England during 2015

A selection of the best art exhibitions in the East of England between now and January 2016, hand-picked by Culture24.

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Turner Prize 2015 review: "Back to its bold and provocative best"

Bonnie Camplin's nightmarish office installation, Patterns, could tip you over the edge if you spend long enough with it. It should also win the Turner Prize, says Mark Sheerin.

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The best art exhibitions to see in Wales during 2015

From scratch video pioneer George Barber to John Piper's Mountains of Wales, we give you Culture24's constantly updated guide to the best exhibitions to see in Wales in 2015.

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Star theatre designer's sets for Les Misérables, Miss Saigon, Cats and more to go on public show

John Napier's designs, including the horses in Equus, the barricardes in Les Misérables, the helicopter in Miss Saigon and the outside junkyard in Cats, will arrive at Eastbourne's Towner in......

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Brutal Utopias: See pictures as the National Trust announces a Brutalist Architecture Celebration

The National Trust will launch a series of pop-up openings of three concrete examples of the uncompromising 1960s architectural style this week.

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