David Archer finds modernity and tradition meet in Otto Wagner’s creation of a complete artistic environment for the Steinhof church in Vienna
Housing an architectural archive on a working farm requires a sensibility both rural and urban
Transformation of Edinburgh’s 18th century Old High School required a deft touch and awareness of the need to deliver a low carbon building
Stonehenge has stood for over 4,000 years but its lightweight new visitor centre is not expected to last 100. It’s a sorry outcome for which architect Denton Corker Marshall is not to blame
Robert Adam’s Kenwood has been restored to its original gilt-free glory at a cost of nearly £6 million, in a renovation that marks a new departure for English Heritage
Lead architect Sheppard Robson brought in Piercy & Co and Maccreanor Lavington to design elevations for three of the buildings
Basil Spence’s livery building is being sensitively remodelled by de Metz Forbes Knight
Witherford Watson Mann’s new house within the ruined fragments of Astley Castle creates a physical and emotional connection between old and new
The apartments of the regenerated Park Hill are a world away from 1961’s socially conscious streets in the sky. Here, BD looks at how Sheffield’s iconic housing block has echoed 50 years of Britain shifting political moods
Swiss architect Peter Zumthor has designed a shelter to protect the Middle East’s largest mosaic
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.
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
Lutyens’ castle in Devon is grand on the outside, but domestic inside
The painstaking restoration of St Pancras station’s neo-Gothic Midland Grand Hotel by architects RHWL and Richard Griffiths honours George Gilbert Scott’s original vision, despite some disappointing fit-out choices.
The Adam brothers’ Georgian Adelphi development appeals as much for its entrepreneurialism as its architecture