David Bowie, Beyoncé and Kate Moss have all made waves in the architecture and design world over the past year, finds Dezeen Hot List. The three celebrities, as well as Kanye West and Imogen Heap, all ranked on the Hot List – the most comprehensive data survey of architecture and design media ever conducted – proving their appeal
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Anish Kapoor is the artist that Dezeen readers are most interested in, finds the inaugural Dezeen Hot List. The London-based sculptor – famed for works including the bean-shaped Cloud Gate in Chicago and the womb-like Leviathan in Paris – is the highest ranking artist on the Hot List, revealing how influential his work is among architects and designers. Stories that
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Architects including Will Alsop, Patrik Schumacher, Tom Kundig and Reiulf Ramstad joined Dezeen during the World Architecture Festival last week for the launch of Dezeen Decade – a year-long celebration marking our 10th birthday. See party photo…
The global influence of the annual Serpentine Pavilion commission makes the Serpentine Galleries the most searched-for institution by architects and designers, according to the first ever Dezeen Hot List. The modestly sized pair of galleries in London’s Kensington Gardens wins more attention than museums like MoMA and The Whitney, or professionals bodies like the RIBA or the AIA, the list reveals. This
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