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James Moore: Sir James Crosby had to lose his way at Compass

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The Rijksmuseum from the canal

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After 10 years and €375m, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam reopens this week. British museums could learn a lot from its tasteful, triumphant makeover, says Adrian Hamilton

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You might imagine René Burri sees the world in black and white. After all, over a period of 50 years as one of Magnum's top names, it is the Swiss photographer's monochrome shots that have been most disseminated, from his portraits of Picasso and Che Guevara to his globetrotting reportage.

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Light box: The new atrium opens up and illuminates the Rijksmuseum

Charles Darwent on the Rijksmuseum reopening: At last, the Dutch really do go Dutch

There's a very national flavour to the triumphant and long overdue relaunch of Holland's great museum. Just watch out for the bikes ....

The eco-home of Charlie Hague and Megan Williams

Earmarked for demolition: eco-home which doesn’t have ‘rural character’

With its higgledy-piggledy walls and turf roof it looks like the cosy home of a friendly hobbit. But an eco-dwelling in rural Pembrokeshire could become a test of the Welsh Government's grand designs on sustainable living.

Interiors Insider: What's your interiors manifesto?

I love the idea of a manifesto for decorating your home – and was inspired by seeing one in an inspiringly unconventional new homes book called Things I Love (£25, Conran Octopus), by the super-successful Australian interiors stylist Megan Morton. Here are highlights from her brilliant list of house-y do's and don'ts…

The stunning Asian Cairns project will incorporate greenery on the exterior of the building

'Farmscrapers' take eco-friendly architecture to dizzying heights in China

A French architecture firm has unveiled their new ambitious 'farmscraper' project - six towering structures which promise to change the way that we think about green living.

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The many lives of a country house that spans the centuries

St James's Gateway building is London's newest startling building

A new prospect for Piccadilly: St James's Gateway building is London's newest startling building

Eric Parry is a highly cultured member of the establishment. Cambridge education, member of the Royal Academy, and regarded as one of Britain's finest architects. Why, then, do the double-storey windows in his revamped building in London's Piccadilly appear to be spattered with blood? And, in a designated Conservation Area, why are the colours and syncopations of Richard Deacon's cornice wilder than Rio Carnival?

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Japanese architect Toyo Ito wins 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize

Japanese architect Toyo Ito has won the 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize.

Anthony Hilton: Time to engineer some recognition

We don't make enough fuss about the things we are good in this country and we do nothing like enough to celebrate our engineers, which is why on Thursday I was particularly pleased to be invited to present an award in the magnificent Great Room of the Institute of Civil Engineers.

What is your ideal home?

When 3,500 homeowners were asked to choose what would make up their ideal home if money was no object, they didn't pick a mansion or modern ecobuild. Instead most of us aspire to have a detached Victorian house in the country.

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