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Mini guide to design in Stockholm

Venture beyond the Ikea phenomenon and marvel at the functional beauty and simplicity of Scandinavian craftsmanship.
Read more… 06 November 2012


Seville's threatened architectural heritage

From Roman ruins to Moorish minarets, the Spanish city offers visitors an incredible mix of architectural statements shaped by more than 1,300 years of history – for now.
Read more… 06 November 2012


Localites

Hong Kong’s vintage style, in photos

Running through mid-December, this photographic exhibition of more than 70 works by acclaimed Chinese artist Ho Fan reveals Hong Kong in all its timeless glory.
Read more… 05 November 2012


An Alvar Aalto tour of Finland

The father of Modernism left a legacy of around 400 architectural projects in his home country, the highlights of which can be seen on a tour of southern Finland.
Read more… 02 November 2012


Localites

Hollywood comes to London’s V&A

The new exhibition, which runs till 27 January 2013, showcases hundreds of iconic outfits worn in some of the greatest films ever made.
Read more… 29 October 2012


The Passport blog

Old Las Vegas gets a new neon home

The Neon Museum of Las Vegas has always been little more than an outdoor storage lot for the iconic signs that once adorned casinos and hotels along the Strip – until now.
Read more… 26 October 2012


Cuba’s eclectic architecture

Cuba’s architecture has assimilated various outside influences over the last 600 years, mixing Moorish, Baroque, Art Deco and more to create strikingly unique cityscapes.
Read more… 23 October 2012


Localites

Art aloft in New York City

Until 18 November, an unusual installation by Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi is bringing a new perspective to the 13ft-tall statue of Christopher Columbus by Central Park.
Read more… 18 October 2012


In the footsteps of Japan’s haiku master

Follow the path that inspired the Japanese poet Matsuo Basho’s most famous work.
18 October 2012


Florence’s fading artisan culture

The working-class Oltrarno district is home to artisans who have been crafting elaborate leather, silver, gold and paper products for nobles and other elites for more than 500 years.
Read more… 11 October 2012


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