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Thursday24 July 2014

Hitchcock Fresco

Architects bring life back to our high streets

10 July 2014

A new project has rejuvenated high streets across east London

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Louis Kahn, ca. 1972

Turning up the volume on Louis Kahn's legacy

10 July 2014

Paul McGrath reviews a new exhibition at the Design Museum

Smiljan Radic's Serpentine Pavilion

2014 Serpentine Pavilion by Smiljan Radić

25 June 2014

Models and follies form inspiration for this year’s design, says Ike Ijeh

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The contradictory Mr Rees

12 June 2014

The City’s former planning chief talked sense at the Wren lecture. Shame he didn’t listen to himself when in office, says Ike Ijeh

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Crossrail Canary Wharf

Crossrail public realm designs on show

5 June 2014

Rail route shows commuters what to expect when link opens in 2018

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Eric Parry Royal Academy

Back to basics

4 June 2014

RA architecture room has something for everyone, says Paul McGrath

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LFA bike

Worth a visit: London Festival of Architecture tours

2 June 2014

The LFA offers a host of tours. Here are a few of them.

British Pavilion Venice

This year's British Pavilion rights past wrongs

11 June 2014

Ministers might have learnt something if they’d turned up to Venice, writes Amanda Baillieu

Venice Italy

Newcomers mix with the familiar at Venice

9 June 2014

The influence of its curator is etched into this edition of the architecture biennale, says Hugh McEwen

A Few Years of Writing  — Interspersed with Some Facts of Life by Robert Maxwell

New titles to review in May's architecture book club

28 April 2014

Join BD’s Book Club for a chance to review one of five new titles, covering topics from Nairn’s generation to Terry Farrell’s urban evolution and why Americans can claim they revived the country house in Britain

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The Wrong House – The Architecture of Alfred Hitchcock

Book Club review: The Wrong House – The Architecture of Alfred Hitchcock

25 April 2014

Architecture becomes a metaphor for the human psyche in Hitchcock’s films, says Paul McGrath

RSS feed for Top 50 Films for Architects

Top 50 Films for Architects

The Passion of Joan of Arc

Top 50 films for architects: The Passion of Joan of Arc

17 February 2014

This silent classic may be an ordeal to watch, but it is beautiful in its obsessive concentration

'La Promesse' Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne

50 films for Architects: La Promesse Video

16 October 2013

Hard-hitting film set in a dreary nowhere city is a tale of cruelty and redemption

Brazil

Top 50 films for architects: Brazil Video

23 September 2013

This exuberant dystopian fantasy is a tale of universal submissiveness

Still Life

Top 50 films for architects: Still Life (aka Good People of the Three Gorges) Video

17 July 2013

A risk-taking exploration of a labyrinth of demolitions and life at close quarters

Andrew Waugh

Andrew Waugh: 'These are exciting important times for London'

19 March 2014

Andrew Waugh on the capital, Milton Keynes and English parish churches

Lee Polisano of PLP Architecture

Lee Polisano: ‘I’m a frustrated Formula 1 driver’

13 March 2014

PLP Architecture’s president on working relationships, regrets and Gerald Ronson

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