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Eero Saarinen’s General Motors Technical Center (1956), photographed by Ezra Stoller GENERAL MOTORS

Norman Foster’s ‘Motion. Autos, Art, Architecture’ at the Guggenheim is a requiem for the age of combustion

Norman Foster’s ‘Motion. Autos, Art, Architecture’ at the Guggenheim Bilbao looks at the pioneers of automobile design in the context of art and architecture and more, provoking timely discussions as we edge towards the post-combustion age

Sondra Perry’s “Lineage for a Phantom Zone”

Memory, race, identity inform Sondra Perry’s winning artwork for Rolls-Royce Dream Commission

US artist Sondra Perry’s winning moving-image artwork for Rolls-Royce’s Dream Commission delves into concepts of memory, longing, race and identity

The American artist Jeff Koons and “8 X Jeff Koons” ENES KUCEVIC/JEFF KOONS/BMW

See the colourful Jeff Koons BMW car creation

‘8 X Jeff Koons’ are 99 hand painted cars by Jeff Koons that are suitably flash, and firmly nod to pop art and comic book culture

Chris Bangle © CBA

Why we should rethink design in the age of machine intelligence

Design as a practice should undergo a complete rethink in the age of machine intelligence, argues Chris Bangle

BMW i Vision Circular at the end of its life as a car

This is how some brands are approaching circularity

BMW i Vision Circular is a fascinating research project designed to communicate the company’s eco ideas, ethos and inventions internally and externally, and with some inventive sound ideas on how to create a circular business

Marcello Gandini and his Lamborghini Countach © Lamborghini

In talk with the maestro of car design Marcello Gandini

The maverick designer Marcello Gandini discusses his radical work for Bertone, the Countach and Miura, and looks to the future in a candid discussion on the missed opportunity with electric cars

Almudena Romero “The Pigment Change”, 2020 © Almudena Romero

Artist Almudena Romero questions production and consumption with her ephemeral organic photography

Artist Almudena Romero questions production and consumption as well as art ownership with her ephemeral organic plant-based photography at Paris Photo

(c) Madeline Hollande “Sunrise/Sunset” Frieze London 2021

Artwork at Frieze London 2021 explores the human/machine relation

Artworks at Frieze London 2021 explores the human/machine dynamic through a performative installation and a dance with robots

New York City. (Photo by Arnold Newman Properties/Getty Images)

Barbican Gallery presents Isamu Noguchi: artists, designer, philosopher

Isamu Noguchi sculpted the world he wished to inhabit, and with a deeply humanist perspective, he understood the power of art to make sense of the world as documented in a an exhibition at the Barbican Gallery, London

The last days of combustion

What expression should the clean-powered car of the future have, and could it bring even more exciting emotions to the road?

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Sondra Perry’s “Lineage for a Phantom Zone”

Memory, race, identity inform Sondra Perry’s winning artwork for Rolls-Royce Dream Commission

US artist Sondra Perry’s winning moving-image artwork for Rolls-Royce’s Dream Commission delves into concepts of memory, longing, race and identity

The American artist Jeff Koons and “8 X Jeff Koons” ENES KUCEVIC/JEFF KOONS/BMW

See the colourful Jeff Koons BMW car creation

‘8 X Jeff Koons’ are 99 hand painted cars by Jeff Koons that are suitably flash, and firmly nod to pop art and comic book culture

Chris Bangle © CBA

Why we should rethink design in the age of machine intelligence

Design as a practice should undergo a complete rethink in the age of machine intelligence, argues Chris Bangle

BMW i Vision Circular at the end of its life as a car

This is how some brands are approaching circularity

BMW i Vision Circular is a fascinating research project designed to communicate the company’s eco ideas, ethos and inventions internally and externally, and with some inventive sound ideas on how to create a circular business

Marcello Gandini and his Lamborghini Countach © Lamborghini

In talk with the maestro of car design Marcello Gandini

The maverick designer Marcello Gandini discusses his radical work for Bertone, the Countach and Miura, and looks to the future in a candid discussion on the missed opportunity with electric cars

Almudena Romero “The Pigment Change”, 2020 © Almudena Romero

Artist Almudena Romero questions production and consumption with her ephemeral organic photography

Artist Almudena Romero questions production and consumption as well as art ownership with her ephemeral organic plant-based photography at Paris Photo