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Forget about Swiss chalets. Modern mountain living is more Bond lair than cuckoo clock
The Italian architect and artist loves Parmesan, his childhood record player and gin martinis at Harry’s Bar
Jury chair Lord Norman Foster describes combined use building as ‘a theatre for life — a warehouse of ideas’
In Denmark, Christian A Petersen – the ‘Armani of bricks’ – is building a legacy block by block
Love your wheels so much you want to see them in your living room? These people will build you a vroom with a view
The Canadian architect’s designs are site-sensitive, eco-friendly and escapist
The designer and architect is an expert in turning everything, from outdoor dining to the Oscars, into an escapist moment. Now he’s planning to send us to the future, too
The British architect on his plans for building the cleaner, greener cities of the future
After playing a vital wartime role, this Washington mansion was transformed with luxury features and given a classical European aesthetic
When the world-renowned interior designer arrived in Portugal 30 years ago, he found his paradise. Now, a new development finds him ready to share it
The failures of the Modernist ideal are charted in this life of the architect who designed the World Trade Center
Few new dwellings are designed to cope with rising temperatures — could traditional architecture point us in the right direction?
From parking lots to parklets, the ideas that can reshape our urban spaces
The critic designed Cosmic House, in west London, with ideas to replace Modernism and around themes of time and space
Plans for new skyscrapers raise questions over the future of the Square Mile — and the need to protect its past
Prime open-plan properties with features including floor-to-ceiling windows, floating stairs and freestanding fireplaces
The south London neighbourhood has been transformed into a home for artists, makers and all manner of creatives
Buildings were not transformed by the tragedy, and towers remain symbols of corporate hegemony
With 16 buildings by eight architects, the North Greenwich area hopes to nurture a creative neighbourhood
Encircled by its own forest, this peaceful property that brings the outside in is on the market
Alison Killing’s Pulitzer Prize marks the recognition of architects’ capacity to engage in politics and human rights
Futuristic property now on the market combines extensive glazing with desert masonry
A revival of the glass house in contemporary buildings points to the fragility of life in a time of unnerving change
More than 500 of the city’s most interesting buildings will open to the public for September’s Open House London festival. The FT’s architecture critic picks six places to see
The interdisciplinary library was moved to London to escape the Nazis — now, it needs refreshing