Photographer Yang Xiao recalls travelling across Eastern Europe to capture a series of Brutalist and Soviet modernist architecture.
A new book celebrating the creative process behind Japan's animated cityscapes offers both architectural escapism and bold imaginings of a near future.
Though filmmakers have used it for dystopian settings, Thamesmead was originally envisioned as the future of architecture. Now, a new book is celebrating its unique history.
A new book from Taschen explores the enduring appeal of the mobile home; from revamped vintage campervans to extravagant, under-water houseboats.
The debate around social housing and the Brutalist architecture that embodies it has been raging for half a century. Now war is being waged against these estates, but social need is as great as ever before.
Latraac is a cutting-edge skate bowl and social space in a drug-infested neighbourhood of Athens - part of a new wave of creative projects transforming the city’s fortunes.
Illustrator Toby Melville-Brown kicks off our 71a Gallery window artist takeover project with False Beast.
Prolific photographer and DIY zinemaker Marc Vallée gives us the lowdown on his self-publishing talk at Tate.
Spanish artist Mar Cerdà shares what inspires her beyond the weird world of Wes, including paper theatres and French comic Jacques Tati.
Interview with Nico Hogg whose new photobook Signs & Signifiers reveals a forgotten London being shaped by dark forces and is released through revered electronic label Keysound Recordings.
Camels, vegetable gardens, magic carpets and multi-colours were all fair game in the free-thinking discos of Italy's radical past. New exhibition at ICA London explores.
Huck visits a new exhibition in Berlin to see how innovative thinkers are using architecture to re-empower communities fragmented by the housing crisis.