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Architecture & Design

Transmitted Live: Nam June Paik Resounds, Talbot Rice Gallery, review

Though jarring and difficult to watch, this is an exhibition fizzing with energy and ideas, says Alastair Sooke.

Interactive Fun With Red Never Follows At Saatchi Gallery

The Hugo brand is celebrating its 20th anniversary by putting together a selection of artworks that are innovative and unconventional – it’s designed to be a reflection of their own outlook in the world of fashion.

Graphic novels award is a sign of maturity

A major symptom of the graphic novel's emergence from puberty over the past 30 years will happen this month at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Not only does this year's programme see the inauguration of an entire themed sub-festival called Stri

Hugo: Red Never Follows - Saatchi Gallery

For the last twenty years, the brand HUGO has been celebrated for being unconventional. Now for its anniversary, HUGO shows the value of not following in this special exhibition featuring twenty new creations made by the brand.

Art review: Hugo Boss Red Never Follows, Saatchi Gallery, London

The brand HUGO by Hugo Boss might call to mind duty-free perfume or gaunt models strutting down the catwalk in eye-wateringly expensive outfits to those who aren’t particularly interested in fashion.

The Future Is Here And It’s At Design Museum

Predictions about future technology don’t often come to pass, after all we don’t regularly travel by hoverboard or flying car.

Richard Rogers: Inside Out, Royal Academy, Burlington Gardens

Richard Rogers is addicted to colour. His wardrobe dazzles, and this biographical anthology opens with a selection of Rogers’ aphorisms and statements in bold black on a wall painted a coruscating knock-out fuschia.

Club to Catwalk - Victoria and Albert Museum

Discover the creative explosion of London fashion in the 1980s in a major exhibition at the V&A. Through more than 85 outfits, Club to Catwalk: London Fashion in the 1980s showcases the bold and exciting new looks by the most experimental young designers

Richard Rogers RA: Inside Out - Royal Academy of Arts

Richard Rogers RA is one of the most successful and influential architects in the world. He is responsible for some of the most radical designs of the 20th century, including the Pompidou Centre in Paris (with Renzo Piano), Lloyd’s of London and the Law

Richard Rogers reveals why he's a bad boy

Richard Rogers's 1958 student report from the Architectural Association School exhibited a remarkable level of consistency: Elementary Construction; Concrete Design; Specifications & Materials … he failed them all