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True to form: Henry van de Velde's designs often revealed his beginnings as an artist, writes Edwin Heathcote. Book review Oct 1, 2019 1110
'Radical and magical': Edwin Heathcote on Lina Bo Bardi. May 1, 2019 1133
Glassy star: Philip Johnson laid the groundwork for the modern celebrity architect, writes Edwin Heathcote. Book review Apr 1, 2019 1188
'Hyper-modern yet curiously medieval': Edwin Heathcote on the Amsterdam School. Mar 1, 2019 1056
'Each building foreshadows a little piece of the future': Edwin Heathcote on Bela Lajta. May 1, 2018 1202
MUSEE D'ARTS DE NANTES. Dec 1, 2017 380
THE BUSINESS OF LUXURY. Nov 1, 2017 2718
Studios space. Essay Jan 1, 2016 1655
Substance over style: the Dr Susan Weber Gallery at London's Victoria and Albert Museum is, perhaps surprisingly, the institution's first dedicated furniture gallery. Rather than following a chronological arrangement, its inspired display juxtaposes pieces from different periods and parts of the world, providing insight into a rich array of manufacturing techniques. Dec 1, 2012 2091
Palace of darkness: the western wing of Paris's Palais de Tokyo has never fulfilled its architectural potential. This year's daring revamp opens uncanny new gallery spaces, giving the city's museums an edge over their international counterparts. Sep 1, 2012 1534
The tent in the park: the disused Commonwealth Institute building in London is a remarkable landmark of post-war British architecture. Now, its soaring internal spaces are being reconfigured to house the relocation of the Design Museum in 2014, but will the structure finally be fit for purpose? Feb 1, 2012 1811
Capital design: now in its fifth year, the Pavilion of Art & Design London is a boutique fair that offers an eclectic mix of both affordable and outstanding works. Oct 1, 2011 1534
Masters of precision: industrially-inspired pieces by Jean Prouve top the list of desirability for today's collectors of 20th-century design. Testament to his popularity is a new exhibition in Madrid, curated by architect Norman Foster and staged in his wife Elena's gallery. They spoke to Apollo about the relevance of Prouve's approach for a younger generation. Oct 1, 2011 1527
The architecture of art: the success of the Guggenheim Bilbao since its opening in 1997 was the catalyst for a new era of public gallery architecture--one of mega-museums and iconic landmarks. But does this approach to museum architecture best serve the art? Feb 1, 2011 2146
Art scores in the stadium: the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Texas is not only home to an American football team. Its owners, Jerry and Gene Jones, have installed within this colossal building a display of contemporary art that is epic both in scale and amibition. Oct 1, 2010 2299
Aspiring to the heavens: Cy Twombly has created a huge, evocative painting for the ceiling of the Louvre's Salle des Bronze. It is the latest in a long line of sky depictions on ceilings, and marks a radical departure for the artist better known for his abstract, graffiti-style scribbles. Sep 1, 2010 2576

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