After a generation in the doghouse, concrete is more fashionable than ever. So why don’t we take better care of our brutalist architecture?
An extreme concentration of wealth in a city where even the air is for sale has produced a new breed of needle-like tower. By Oliver Wainwright
With its grottos, stalactites and walls blasted from rock, the Muzeum Susch is like a Bond villain’s secret lair. Our writer steps inside this geological marvel
Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s timber-and-glass vision for a new Centre for Music in London aims for great heights – but might not exactly reach them
Van Gogh comes to London, Keith Haring scribbles over Liverpool, Jean Nouvel gets weird in Qatar, and the V&A hits top gear
With pinball machine interiors and animal-shaped facades, Mamani’s wild venues have transformed Bolivian architecture. Now the former bricklayer is taking ‘neo-Andean’ style to Paris