Architecture prizes are many but what about an award for the all-important spaces between buildings? We speak to the founder of The Cultural Landscape Foundation to find out more. Plus: a look at the prints and textiles of William Morris, and a preview of the Design Biennale Zürich. The Washington-based Cultural Landscape Foundation recently announced a $100,000 prize for landscape architecture. We speak to the foundation’s founder Charles Birnbaum to learn the lie of the land. New book ‘William Morris’s Flowers’ celebrates the fêted British textile master’s work. We speak to the author Rowan Bain at the William Morris Gallery in east London. With Design Biennale Zürich coming back for its second edition this week, we catch up with one of its curators, designer Gabriela Chicherio. Sign up to Monocle’s email newsletters to stay on top of news and opinion, plus the latest from the magazine, radio, film and shop. A visit to Venice Glass Week to speak with makers and experts such as Rosa Barovier and Simone Cenedese, who discuss their delicate and highly skilled work. Plus: Czech sculptor, glass and product designer Rony Plesl. In the late 1980s a group of fashion graduates p...