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Manuelle Gautrand's key projects | Anti-terror plant pots | Foster in Stockholm

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Eight career-defining projects by French architect Manuelle Gautrand

With the news that Manuelle Gautrand has become the first female laureate of the European Prize for Architecture, here's a look at eight key projects by the French architect, including an exhibition centre divided into 13 orange-hued blocks and a housing complex with "happy" moon-shaped windows. More ›

 
 

Foster + Partners reveals quayside cultural complex for Stockholm's old town

Foster + Partners has designed a "new destination" for Stockholm's old town, Gamla Stan. More ›

 
 

Scholten & Baijings reinterprets century-old artworks for collection of vases and plates

Scholten & Baijings references Renaissance paintings and historic French ceramics in this collection of porcelain plates and vases, which feature pastel tones and gradients. More ›

 
 

Alissa Volchkova designs porcelain bowls to look like paint blobs

Aiming to "push the limits" of porcelain, designer Alissa Volchkova has created a series of bowls that are made by free-pouring the material to form irregular blob-like shapes. More ›

 
 

Paris deputy mayor questions London's approach to skyscrapers and public space

London mayor launches inquiry into finances of contentious Garden Bridge

A project like London's now-abandoned Garden Bridge would "never" happen in Paris, according to its deputy mayor, who has criticised the UK capital's free-market approach to development. More ›

 
 

Florence to adopt Stefano Boeri's "anti-terror" planters proposal

Stefano Boeri's proposal to use trees and planters to protect against terror attacks instead of "ugly" military-style barriers is to be implemented in Florence, mayor Dario Nardella has announced. More ›

 
 

Artist responds to Dreamers repeal with giant US-Mexico border installation

JR Dreamer installation at the US-Mexico border

Artist JR has erected a huge billboard-style image of a child peering over the border fence dividing the US and Mexico, in response to American president Donald Trump's proposed repeal of the DACA programme that protects children of undocumented immigrants. More ›

 
 

Manuelle Gautrand wins "highest award" for European architects

Portrait of Manuelle Gautrand

French architect Manuelle Gautrand has been named as this year's laureate of the European Prize for Architecture, making her the first woman to receive the accolade. More ›

 
 

Bjarke Ingels, Yves Behar and more share Burning Man 2017 memories

Burning Man temple 2017 captured by Alexander Josephson

Architects and designers were out in force at this year's Burning Man festival, and are posting photo diaries of the event now that they've returned from the Nevada desert. More ›

 
 

Apple leak suggests company will unveil "iPhone X" this week

Apple Iphone X has been leaked.

Details of Apple's new smartphone have been leaked ahead of the company's annual keynote event tomorrow, suggesting it will be named iPhone X and feature an OLED screen, as well as face recognition software. More ›

 
 

Flansburgh Architects takes cues from wooden barns for dance studio in the Berkshires

Jacob's Pillow Performing Arts Studio by Flansburgh Architects

American firm Flansburgh Architects has created a studio building for a performing arts campus in rural Massachusetts that is wrapped in warm-coloured wood and bands of glass. More ›