Housing scheme evokes the English walled garden
The trio has redesigned a housing development in London to intergrate it with the surrounding Georgian terraces
David Kohn’s reworking of an unusual domestic interior in Barcelona draws on the city’s architecture to create an urban space of drama and intricacy
Clancy Moore Architects’ pair of houses for a family in rural Ireland displays an ingenious response to the challenge of a difficult forested hillside site
MW Architects and Solidspace won a long battle with planners to complete a group of innovative multi-levelled homes in south London
Development in Oxfordshire will provide 14 homes over two buildings, and replace an existing office block
The architect has designed 120 new homes, a station square and a cafe in west London
The architect is to convert an electricity sub-station in London into apartments
Architect inspired by medieval almshouses
The architect has designed a new flood resilient house in Oxfordshire
5th Studio’s transformation of a city centre eyesore will also regenerate the surrounding urban realm
The architect has received permission to masterplan a business park extension on a grade II* listed parkland in Warwickshire
Having built a reputation for adventurous one-off homes, Alison Brooks Architects has brought its talents to bear on volume housing in the form of 85 units at Newhall in Essex.
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.
Jonathan Woolf Architects has revealed designs for a 1,300sq m private house in Nairobi, Kenya.
The latest holiday home for Alain de Botton’s Living Architecture project sits well with the maverick whimsy of this Suffolk seaside village
Hugh Strange’s Deptford family house creates a multi-layered drama out of its enclosed site
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.
The windswept and unworldly coastal settlement of Dungeness provides the location for Living Architecture’s second holiday home.
Inglis Badrashi Loddo Architects (IBLA), working with Churchman Landscape, has won planning permission for a £4.4 million affordable housing scheme in Brixton, south London, for the Kitewood Group
A striking zinc skin fitted over an eighties house in Bath demonstrates the architectural possibilities of refurb over new build