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The Museo Jumex in Mexico City is a building of real elegance, says David Usborne – and it's all the work of a British architect
The London-based design collective which has stuck two fingers up at the modernists will call it quits at Venice
Distinctive “Helter Skelter” design will be kept at end of a thorough review process
'I was extending an ever-present engagement with the creation of shadow'
The tech giants are getting architectural – but their plans are big, not clever
Diane Disney Miller was the daughter of Walt Disney and one of his inspirations for Disneyland. "He'd take me and my sister to the merry-go-round at Griffith Park and stand there all day until we were ready to go," she recalled. "As he stood there, he kept thinking there should be more for parents and children to do together, and the idea for Disneyland was born."
After months of concern over interference in the media by the intelligence services, the BBC has invited the former head of the security service MI5 to be guest editor of the Today programme.
Jay Merrick hears the gospel according to the first couple of British architecture
The latest makeover won’t make Tate Britain 'cool', but it has become far more welcoming and architecturally elegant
As the Tate Britain unveils a new look, Marcus Field tells the story of a building that has endured bombs, floods and meddling architects
Although her entry only came third in the competition, Dame Zaha has been offered the top prize - how come?
Historic theatre will unveil front wall dating from 1766 to rebuild ties with city
Former Labour business secretary says proposal to restrict bills for 20 months could undo years of his work under Blair and Brown
Zaha Hadid's new creation is unveiled tomorrow. It shows how to update but not upstage a revered building, says Jay Merrick
Ricky van Wolfswinkel penalty miss increases pressure on Canaries boss Chris Hughton after poor start to season
Ed Miliband may have been copied in to damaging emails that were at the centre of a 2009 smear campaign orchestrated by leading Labour officials, according to senior party sources.