A spiral-shaped house for musician has its own soundtrack
Seventeen years in the making, OMA’s latest building embodies Rotterdam‘s attempt to reinvent its passenger docks as a mini-Manhattan
Lynch Architects’ mixed-use scheme creates new connections in its north London neighbourhood
Sergison Bates Architects has worked in harmony with practices Werner Neuwirth and von Ballmoos Krucker in Vienna to create an ensemble of apartment blocks with a shared vision
Award-winning house remodelled for an evolving family
Scheme is part of £2.2 billion Land Securities London development
Sarah Featherstone admires Ralph Erskine’s Byker estate in Newcastle, which pioneered community involvement in architecture
Architect has won planning consent for four luxury homes in the Cambridgeshire countryside
Deep in the woods of Sussex, Piers Smerin has replaced a rickety summerhouse with a home that truly connects with its idyllic setting
Scheme on Kings Crescent Estate will feature 273 new and 103 refurbished homes
Hannington Farm is faced in pale Cotswold limestone, and was previously used by a deer and venison business
An 18th century house is to be renovated and extended to provide flexible spaces
Architect has designed a discreet two-storey building in East Canonbury conservation area
Single family homes
Francis Roberts’ Poundbury houses demonstrate a sturdy arts and crafts individualism but are undermined by the duchy’s lack of attention to material detail
Delvendahl Martin Architects has won planning for a radical remodelling of a private house in Forest Hill, south-east London.
The latest holiday home for Alain de Botton’s Living Architecture project sits well with the maverick whimsy of this Suffolk seaside village
The windswept and unworldly coastal settlement of Dungeness provides the location for Living Architecture’s second holiday home.
David Kohn’s Norfolk home for gallery owner Stuart Shave represents a perfect marriage of architectural and human concerns
Procter Rihl’s Pull House sits amid the maple trees of rural New England and creates an architecture to match the region’s progressive politics.
Combining homes, an office and a gallery, this east London building near Shoreditch High Street revels in setting up rules and then breaking them
Hugh Strange’s Deptford family house creates a multi-layered drama out of its enclosed site
A striking zinc skin fitted over an eighties house in Bath demonstrates the architectural possibilities of refurb over new build
Planning consent for a conversion of Lincolnshire farm buildings into a live/work development was given on condition that it was fully carbon neutral