If passengers can get to a destination in two and a half hours or under by train, it will no longer be possible to fly.
Asif Khan, Caruso St John, David Chipperfield, David Kohn, Selldorf Architects, and Witherford Watson Mann have been selected in the first stage of the National Gallery’s NG200 refurbishing competition.
Chen is to take over as artistic and general director of the Rotterdam-based cultural institute, succeeding present incumbent Guus Beumer.
The museum’s controversial plans to restructure its collections according to a partly chronological scheme have been scrapped.
The 6-to-2 ruling in Google v. Oracle America, No. 18-956 said that Google was protected in its use of aspects of Java, a programming language owned by Oracle, in its use of the language in its Android operating system.
Black has said that he will not stand for re-election at MoMA, following increased pressure over his financial ties to the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The architect and planner will take over as chief executive of the architecture not-for-profit, replacing its departed former head Finn Williams.
The jewellery designer who helped to establish sterling silver as a luxury material has died, aged 80.
The Victoria & Albert Museum has announced that it will make use of the UK government’s extended furlough scheme instead of making two-thirds of its library staff redundant.
The founder of Aram Designs and director of The Aram Gallery for Experimental and New Design has died, aged 89.
Richardson is to take over from Kate Goodwin as the institution's head of architecture and Drue Heinz curator.
The French architects have been selected as the Pritzker Prize's 2021 laureates, with the jury praising their “powerful sense of space and materials that creates architecture as strong in its forms as in its convictions, as transparent in its aesthetic as in its ethics”.