The Victorian-style village was the playground of an eccentric millionaire. When he died, Johnsonville died with him.
"Beyoncé-inspired skyscraper" is a pretty fun phrase to type.
We interviewed Sharon Rotbard about his book White City, Black City: Architecture and War in Tel Aviv and Jaffa.
We interviewed Owen Hatherley, author of a book about what happens to architecture when you get rid of capitalists and estate agents.
The spectacular wealth of a few residents has enabled the construction of houses that look like airplanes, pyramids and ancient Greek temples.
Her photos of California look at the juxtaposition between each city's citizens and structures.
I spoke to architect Bjarke Ingels about making the world a little more like our dreams.
It's hard to throw a warehouse party when you've got residents of luxury flats filing noise complaints.
A guide to the narcissists wanking all over your skyline.
I stopped by the futuristic fashion label’s studio to see what’s up with their new video, what it’s like designing for pop divas, and how they plan to keep revolutionising the realm of women’s fashion.
I spoke to design critic Stephen Bayley about the arrogance of wealth and how it's affected our capital.
Saudi Arabia don't have a great reputation when it comes to the rights of migrant workers.