Tate Britain has shown what can be achieved when the strategy is right, says Amanda Baillieu
The two proposed Thames footbridges have little purpose except to give the mayor his vacuous legacy
If the recession really is over, maybe it’s time to end the culture of underbidding
New images of the proposals show triumph of opportunism over integrity, says Ellis Woodman
Architectural historian and TV presenter’s inaugural address to the East End Preservation Society at the Bishopsgate Institute
Juggling an architectural career with motherhood is not getting any easier
Sainsbury’s Greenwich revolutionised its sector and must be saved, says its architect Paul Hinkin
Hybrid bill is a game-changer for UK’s high-speed rail project, says Tim Narey
Is it a new dawn for UK architecture?
Will Scotland’s distillers develop the wine industry’s taste for architecture?
The new RIBA Plan of Work doesn’t reflect the complexity of present-day practice, says Amanda Baillieu
High-speed rail investment needs to take a wider social view, says Hank Dittmar
When smartening up the future clashes with protecting the past
Architects’ confidence is on the up but lack of work and low fees are still rife, says Amanda Baillieu
Caruso St John has demonstrated the creative possibilities of refurb, says Ellis Woodman
Amanda Baillieu pays tribute to the unique Roland Paoletti, mastermind of the Jubilee Line Extension
Teaming up for self-build projects could lead to better, happier homes, argues Cany Ash
Thomas Heatherwick’s proposed “garden bridge” is appealing, but is it worth building?
We’re in need of some Victorian forward thinking to make our biggest public projects happen
Finsbury Health Centre can be restored to its rightful status as an emblem of socially responsible architecture, says Gillian Darley
Ian Nairn’s influence lives on in his strong opinions – and his readiness to express them
Caminho Niemeyer is the perfect example of an architectural project that was better on paper than in reality, says Richard J WIlliams
With this year’s increase in tuition fees our industry is starting to wake-up to a worrying reality, says Gradon Architecture’s Graham McDarby
A visit to north Glasgow leaves Lee Mallett doubting whether city planning really works
Architecture can be a source of inspiration for experimental performers, says Owen Hatherley
Asking AHMM to redesign its new King’s Cross HQ demonstrates the internet giant’s ambition, says Amanda Baillieu
Hutchison Whampoa has persuaded the GLA to step in over council delays to its Farrells-designed Convoys Wharf development
The designer will only win over the public if his planted bridge is truly non-corporate, says Ellis Woodman
John McRae on how Lego, Alex Ferguson and oil painting can get you there
Peabody’s new small projects panel sets a welcome precedent, says Ellis Woodman
Is our fixation with the past denying some grade II listed buildings a dignified death?
Do architects have an embedded social responsibility or should their efforts be directed elsewhere?
The capital’s need for homes at schemes like Convoys Wharf must not overshadow local democracy, says Amanda Baillieu
Postmodernism versus brutalism is not a meaningful debate, argues Sean Griffiths
Battersea offers a daunting challenge to Britain’s new nuclear facilities, says Ellis Woodman
Exciting small-scale projects to breathe new life into the bankrupt city prove that, with urbanism, big is not always best
The RIBA provoked a storm by excluding small practices in the procurement terms of its own design competition
The presence of “creatives” in a neglected area like Tottenham might just make a difference, says Amanda Baillieu
Tate Britain’s accessibility aspirations should be followed by all galleries, says Pam Newall
Julyan Wickham of Wickham van Eyck Architects explains why RIBA was right to award Joseph Rykwert with the Royal Gold Medal for architecture
The new London framework is a real opportunity to improve architecture in the capital, says Ellis Woodman
Good understanding between architect and client shows up in the final product, says Gillian Darley
Is the government’s initiative the best way to achieve carbon targets?
The institute’s latest actions show it isn’t giving this important issue the attention it deserves, says Amanda Baillieu
Julyan Wickham of Wickham van Eyck Architects looks at the worrying level of corruption in broadcasting
As a new public space takes shape in front of King’s Cross Station, Will Palin asks: Where is the love?
When it comes to creating a built legacy you get what you pay for, says World Monuments Fund Britian CEO Jonathan Foyle
Murphy’s influential design no longer matches the art world’s expectations, says Ellis Woodman
Never mind brutalism - there’s one architectural movement that’s really beyond rehabilitation, argues Owen Hatherley
Witherford Watson Mann took home the RIBA’s trophy but, for the first time, not £20,000…