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Design once helped to solve disease in London, and our columnist says that architecture and planning can fix today's city scourges...


Clerkenwell Design Week is famed for street art spectacles and eyecatching exhibitions - but don’t forget the venues.


From Clerkenwell to Kathmandu - artist Karen Neale has sketched the world. We meet her as she prepares to exhibit her latest work at the Barbican this spring.


For stationery nerds, walking into Present & Correct in Arlington Way is like dying and going straight to heaven.


In a neighbourhood known for its architects, Clerkenwell practice Wilkinson Eyre stands out thanks to award-winning innovation and its global portfolio. Emma Keyte, author of a new book about the 31-year-old firm, takes you on a tour of their eye-catching designs...


Whether it's a hardback book or smart social media, our columnists says top architects know how to get their message across...


Our round-up of suggestions for savouring the season


If you're an architecture addict, look out for the Barbican's latest photography exhibition, Constructing Worlds, which takes you on a journey from 1930s American skyscrapers to contemporary Chinese urbanisation.


An a-z of what everyone was talking about at CDW 2014


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