It's Nice That

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Heavy III, featuring names such as Gregory Halpern, carries on the publication's conversations between beautiful photography and engaging writing from environmental destruction to feminity.

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London-based architecture studio Archmongers has created a clever refurbishment for an apartment in the Barbican. New design solutions for the master bedroom and bathroom inject practicality into the space – tackling those classic London modern-build p…

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Wallpaper* July 2018 (W*232) opens an enquiry into what’s coming up in this new age of brutalism. We investigated the renewed interest in brutalist structures’ architectural heritage in London and wider Europe where neglected behemoths are being reboot…

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Dezeen

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In this week’s comments update, an opinion piece arguing against the homogenisation of shop signs on a northeast London high street started a debate among readers around aspirational politics and gentrification.

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What does your desk say about you? According to a new photographic exhibition at the showroom of German furniture manufacturer Walter Knoll, examining the way in which we work today could help us explore how we might work better tomorrow.
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The curator of a new Barbican exhibition on the late American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat has selected five key works for Dezeen that sheow how his work drew on a vast range of design influences – from comic books to sweet wrappers, and jazz to illustrations from Gray's Anatomy.
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