Gillian Darley index

Remembering an age when we cared about landscaping the nation's infrastructure

Gillian Darley celebrates two women who influenced the shape of so much of our landscape, from new towns to forests

Elemental's Incremental Housing at Quinta Monroy in Chile - as completed by the residents

The revolution will not be built until the people with power and the people with ideas learn to talk

A debate on morality in architecture was let down by the failure to engage both sides, finds Harriet Partridge

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Enterprise Centre

Enterprise Centre, University of East Anglia by Architype

The £11.6m Enterprise Centre in Norfolk is one of the most innovative green buildings in the UK. But for its prefabricated cladding, it relies on the region’s most traditional building method

A double height atrium has been carved out of the building to create a sense of drama and maximise natural lighting.

Institution of Structural Engineering by Hugh Broughton Architects

Hugh Broughton and Expedition Engineering have turned an awkwardly shaped existing office building in Clerkenwell into a showcase of structural innovation

Igualada Cemetery

Duggan Morris' inspiration: Igualada Cemetery

Joe Morris and Mary Duggan, founding partners of Duggan Morris, on a cemetery like no other

Uncharted: The New Landscape of Tourism book review cover

Book Club review: Uncharted - The new landscapes of tourism

26 May 2015

Architecture students at IE University explore the role design can play in triggering economic activity in a post-industrial landscape

Brian Park, left, and David Page in the burnt-out Mackintosh Library

Returning the Mac

BD takes a tour of the Mac with the man whose swansong will be conjuring a phoenix from its ashes

The National Theatre’s entrance has been recongfigued with additional glazing and stronger reference to Lasdun’s original design.

National Theatre redevelopment by Haworth Tompkins

Haworth Tompkins’ £80m redevelopment of the National Theatre - a traditionally uncompromising building - is its biggest reworking since Denys Lasdun’s original design


From smuggling computers to BIM pioneers

Ike Ijeh reports on one Budapest firm’s rise to become a leading architectural software manufacturer

Construction work begins on the 15th Serpentine Pavilion, designed by Spanish architect SelgasCano

Work starts on SelgasCano's Serpentine Pavilion

28 May 2015

First pieces of 15th annual pavilion erected in Kensington Gardens

Stephen Hodder, RIBA president 2013–2015

RIBA worries over rush to put up housing

28 May 2015

‘Pressure to build must not lead to sub-standard homes,’ warns Hodder

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Niall  McLaughlin Architects' welcome building for Auckland Castle

McLaughlin's Auckland Castle lottery boost

28 May 2015

Work on scheme to start this autumn with Purcell also working on renovation project

Cardiff Coal Exchange

Hunt on for most endangered Victorian buildings

28 May 2015

Some past ‘winners’ now being repaired

BD digital edition - April 2015

BD Digital Edition - April 2015

8 May 2015

Highlights from April’s, in a magazine format

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Barbour ABI's May market review is out now

20 May 2015

Barbour ABI’s Economic & Construction Market Review for May is now available to download

Armstrong’s CoolZone phase change materials were installed at Belvoir High School in Nottingham

CPD 8 2015: Ceiling Solutions for Education

23 March 2015

This module will examine how suspended ceilings can help meet both the acoustic and thermal-performance demands of schools under the PSBP. It is sponsored by Armstrong Ceilings

WA100 2015

WA100 2015: The big list

19 December 2014

View a table of this year’s top 100 architects

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