People once flocked to Folkestone. Amanda Baillieu wonders whether an empty, windswept site holds the key to turning the end-of-the-line town in Kent back into a destination.
Drawings of existing buildings are often out of date, which is where laser scanning comes in
We have enough homes but they’re owned by the wrong people, argues BD’s student columnist
BD columnist Hank Dittmar lauds Urbed’s prize-winning plans and urges politcians to do likewise
BD columnist Gillian Darley on the sleights of hand CGIs create
Scotland’s architectural pedigree goes back well before the 1707 Act of Union, and whatever the result of the referendum, its architects will continue to transform the built environment well beyond the bonnie braes of their homeland, says Ike Ijeh