Nothing is quite what it seems….illusionary, reflective and transparent shapes, mirrors, along with kinetic and geometric installations by over 20 artists from around the world including Anish Kapoor, Fred Sandback, Alicja Kwade and Felix Gonzalez Torres in ‘Shape Shifters’ with art from the last 50 years celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Brutalist architecture of […]
"The many great gardens of the world, of literature and poetry, of painting and music, of religion and architecture, all make the point as clear as possible: The soul cannot thrive in the absence of a garden. If you don't want paradise, you are not human; and if you are not human, you don't have a soul."
To be an architect means having a wide range of interests - architecture, art and creativity in all its variety of forms, sustainability, science and innovation. The greatest interest is often where these different worlds overlap and collide - that is when something imaginative often occurs that pushes us all forward to another place
"Remember that the most beautiful things in the world are the most useless; peacocks and lilies for example"
I hope to showcase contemporary design and innovation, including architecture, art, design, science, technology and sustainability, to those searching for architecture, design and art inspiration to create beauty. I hope you enjoy it and will contribute to it.
- Celebrating Robert Fraser with the Groovy Arts Club Band at Gazelli Art House
- Hyon Gyon’s immersive work at the Parasol Unit
- Today informing Tomorrow at the Whitechapel Gallery
- The future of art: Recycle Group at Gazellli Art House and Liu Xiandong at Lisson Gallery
- America’s newest art museum: The splendid Norton Museum in Palm Beach by Foster & Partners
- Looking to the Future – Roca is growing food in London in 2026
- Shiting space from the UK to the US as Unit London and Peter Gronquist fly across the Atlantic
- Rembering Poleroids, along with an art-heist : ULAY at Richard Saltoun Gallery
- Damiano Spelta Thinks Big at the Jerome Zodo Gallery
- Lovers kissing at Coal Drops Yard – perhaps Thomas Heatherwick could tackle Clapham Junction
- Grace Wales Bonner invites you to A Time for New Dreams at the Serpentine Sackler
- A celebration of modern Danish painting at Victoria Miro in London
- How will universities respond to AI and digital learning?
- The 200th anniversary of the birth of John Ruskin at 2 Temple Place
- Opening up the Royal Opera House with the new Linbury Theatre
- An eccentric tea party in Mayfair – Les Lalanne at Ben Brown Fine Art
- The spirit of Lord Duveen in modern times at Levy Gorvy in Bond Street
- How will we live in the future?, explored at ‘Home Futures’ at the Design Museum
- Architectural ceramics: Ettore Sottsass at Phillips
- Professor Yamanaka Shunji from the University of Tokyo : Prototyping robotics at Japan House
- Today informing Tomorrow at the Whitechapel Gallery on Seven seminal projects by David Adjaye at the Design Museum
- Shiting space from the UK to the US as Unit London and Peter Gronquist fly across the Atlantic on Nothing is quite what it seems: Space Shifters at the Hayward Gallery
- Lovers kissing at Coal Drops Yard – perhaps Thomas Heatherwick could tackle Clapham Junction on New life for historic gasholders at King’s Cross London
- An eccentric tea party in Mayfair – Les Lalanne at Ben Brown Fine Art on The spirit of Lord Duveen in modern times at Levy Gorvy in Bond Street
- An eccentric tea party in Mayfair – Les Lalanne at Ben Brown Fine Arts on The spirit of Lord Duveen in modern times at Levy Gorvy in Bond Street