The city’s multiple economies live side by side
Some of the highlights of this week’s Chelsea Flower Show
Poet Luke Wright’s unusual ode has won fans at Bdonline
The ARC Show has collated Twitter submissions for the best photos of London’s lighting
The AA’s Crit Club debates the future of the high street
Do professionals really have to be branded and re-branded?
Disposable cameras are one way to record the realities of Cairo and Addis Ababa
Real-life construction is the true test of student skills
David Taylor encounters some ideas to bring home from Portland
Architecture workshops that encourage intellectual debate should not be restricted to students and graduates
Henry Goss recalls some fond memories of Rick Mather
A spot of jury service for the RICS Building Awards reveals that some of them are actually quite civilised…
There’s no reason our built environment can’t be shared by pensioners and skateboarders
Self-starting community projects are growing from the grass roots
Rachel Whiteread’s new exhibition is an eye-opener for architects
The epic distances of the P2P architectural charity bike ride are now an imminent reality for the riders...
The director of a new festival tells us how it plans to shed light on the city’s hidden gems
Bathing Beauties: Re-imagining the Beach Hut
The world’s largest fast food chain is looking for an architect director – will you bite?
Bad debts led to Francis Greenway being transported to Australia
Fischli and Weiss’s double-edged rock art stops the traffic
If we want more women in architecture, it’s up to men to change their ways and make it a more desirable place to work