After a decade of construction the two halves of Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum are finally reunited
In the grounds of a 17th century house remodelled by Sir John Soane, Craig Hamilton has created a swimming pool indebted to early 20th century classicism.
Floating dome-shaped two-storey cabin to act an observatory, studio and shelter
David Chipperfield will at last link the Royal Academy with 6 Burlington Gardens
The first phase of the restoration of the museum at Lincoln’s Inn Fields aims to bring three buildings as close to the original vision as possible
Ryan W Kennihan Architects has revealed images of plans for the end of the historic Henrietta street in Dublin, filling in the “missing tooth” left by the demolition of one half of a four-bay Georgian house in the 1950s.
In Jan Kaplicky’s posthumously completed Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, the architect’s obsession with amoebic, streamlined forms finally makes sense
Built on a former mine in the industrial town of Lens, Sanaa’s new outpost of the Louvre brings some of France’s greatest treasures to one of the country’s poorest areas
Heneghan Peng Architects’ visitor centre for the Giant’s Causeway combines a raw simplicity with a generative grid to create a powerful sense of place
O’Donnell & Tuomey’s warehouse conversion for the Photographers’ Gallery opens up a series of complex spaces and multiple skins, against a dramatic inner London streetscape
Transcending its misconceived context, the Mac proves one of the best pieces of architecture built in Belfast for 50 years
Despite a long and controversial journey to completion, Hat Projects’ understated Jerwood Gallery is finally settling in with its Hastings seafront neighbours