11 SCENE Lego launches in braille and Boris Johnson has another crack at bridges
12 DIARY The RA takes on the climate emergency while the V&A revs up for its autumn blockbuster
14 CRIMES AGAINST DESIGN The world's most annoying credit card
16 OPINION Data is now part of a building's fabric - it's time architects treated it as such
On the cover
Photograph by Marvin Leuvrey from the series Overflow, which explores the self-destructive tendencies of hypercapitalism through a plethora of technologies (also see p. 93-101).
CONTENTS / NOVEMBER
20 DIGITAL SURVEILLANCE Meet the designers finding new ways to avoid the all-seeing eye of technology
30 Q&A: YURI SUZUKI The Pentagram designer explains why we need to tune in to the power of sound
40 PROFILE: NAM JUNE PAIK The pioneering Korean artist whose work with television and robotics presaged the digital media age
50 BEST OF BRITISH Two trail-blazing new cars roll into Shanghai
54 A MODERN SICKNESS Why wellness apps might not be so great for our health
62 ICON: MICROCHIP Where would we be without the integrated circuit?
64 CLUBWASHING Developers are opening temporary clubs on new regeneration sites. Is this the new face of gentrification?
72 ODUNPAZARI MODERN MUSEUM Kengo Kuma balances memory and modernity with a stacked-timber art gallery in the heart of Anatolia
82 ICON MINDS: SAM JACOB The FAT founder reflects on a polymathic career and his shibboleth-busting approach to architecture
93 PHOTO STORY Marvin Leuvrey's warning shots of a society hurtling into a technological abyss
102 ICON: KUNSTHAUS GRAZ Peter Cook's 'friendly alien' -a futuristic blast from the past
104 FOR FOREST Klauss Littmann takes over an Austrian football stadium with an awe-inspiring call to arms
108 MONA HATOUM The Palestinian artist leads a heavyweight triple bill at White Cube Bermondsey
110 WONG PING: HEART DIGGER The Hong Kong artist brings his candy-coloured fables of human darkness to London
114 STORIES The Dutch designer to designing solar energy into the surfaces of the city