Is this a revolutionary invention?
Dedicated to the Arctic, the 9th edition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award
was awarded to Yuri Kozyrev and Kadir Van Lohuizen (NOOR).
Our good reads of the week.
The 19 good news of the month
It involves a giant plastic shark.
Restored by two Scandic architecture practices and with interiors by New York's Joel Sanders, the National Museum has been buffed, plumped and
Museums and galleries across the country have come up with an exciting and diverse program this season.
Chocolate fashion show wows at Salon du Chocolat in Lyon
This is solving unexpected environmental problems
Tikopia: take a step inside a remote civilization
The city of pesto and focaccia
Are vertical farms the answer to healthier, longer-lasting food?
We tour the latest major exhibition in London showcasing art as a social satire.
A collective of Paris artist-entrepreneurs uses artificial intelligence to create fine art.
Israeli artist Sigalit Landau has created a collection of "frozen" sculptures using the high salinity of the Dead Sea.
Our selection of the most awaited art shows to catch this Autumn in Europe.
What's it like to live on a houseboat? Find out in this interactive experience where five Copenhageners show of their homes.
The subtitle this year is 'Freespace', but how that is interpreted is left wide open.
Richard Orlinski talked to Living it about humanity, contemporary art and Lewis Hamilton.
We meet Portuguese contemporary artist Joana Vasconcelos for the opening of her retrospective “I’m your Mirror” at Bilbao’s Guggenheim Museum
The Royal Academy of Arts unveiled its highly-anticipated refurbishment last month, and according to the President, Christopher le Brun, everyone
How the Martićeva neighbourhood has turned into a hub for artists and creative people in Croatia