Costing £335,000, it was described by judges as having "outstanding quality" on a tight budget.
Sustainability is a major focus at London Design Festival 2019, with many creators making thought-provoking installations placed at the event’s lead venue, the Victoria and Albert Museum. They include a giant cube with images of plastics surrounding sea creatures and a narrow room that is designed to make visitors feel trapped and confused.
The town of Hillsborough is filing a lawsuit against Florence Fang, the philanthropist who owns the multi-million dollar so-called "Flintstones" house. The structure was built in 1976 and when Fang purchased it in 2017, she started adorning the grounds with large statues of animals, including dinosaurs. Town officials say she never received planning permission for the sculptures and ignored several orders to halt their installation.
Many hotels promise guests a one-of-a-kind hospitality experience, but for the most part, they tend to offer the same standard fare.
From converted airplanes, trains and silos to ice caves and giant animals, these hotels are pretty special.
The Norval Foundation's architecture is almost as beautiful as the artwork inside.
The Museum and Archive of the Constitution at the Hill (MARCH) will be a museum about the nation, by the nation.
The University of Cape Town's Zamani Project is capturing the continent in 3D.
The 2018 AfriSam-SAIA Award for Sustainable Architecture and Innovation recognises the best in the business.
The South African architecture firm don't hold back when it comes to luxury and largesse.