One to Watch: Noa Raviv won this year’s Fini Leitersdorf excellence award at the Shenkar College of Engineering, an award given to just one student each year in recognition for creativity and originality in design. Aged 26 and raised in Israel her daily influences are fusion of cultural complexities, passions and geometric constructions. Her winning […]
Closing Show at Copenhagen Fashion Week refers to worker construction sites and cement mixers.
A first glimpse of Living Architecture’s latest project, A House for Essex – an artistic collaboration between FAT Architecture and Grayson Perry – has been revealed.
Zaha Hadid is curating an upcoming exhibition at the Design Museum. Entitled Women Fashion power it looks at how influential women have used fashion to define and enhance their position in the world. Curated by Zaha Hadid and co-curated by fashion writer and expert Colin McDowell, it will look at influential women such as Dame […]
As part of this year’s Open House, Pollard Thomas Edwards are giving budding architects a chance to discuss their portfolio.
RIBA offers more funding help for Part 2 students to students in financial need.
The Stephen Lawrence Trust supports aspiring architects by providing a programme of bursaries to access housing and architectural practices.
Ever wondered what the other person is really thinking while you are doing your sales pitch?
Irish architects Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey have been named today as the 2015 recipients of the Royal Gold Medal award.
Amid barefoot fashion models and backstage cameras Afroditi Krassa launches her first interior’s collection, a glamorous 1920’s inspired range under the title Urban Opulence.
Nouveau Rebel by Lee Broom. Conjuring up illusory qualities, Lee Broom casts a spotlight on marble’s lightness with a tongue-in-cheek nod to the 1980’s.