Thursday18 December 2014

Mayfield Depot

Bringing buildings back to life

16 December 2014

Amanda Baillieu laments the decision to give a permanent home to a Manchester arts festival held in disused buildings

Malaysia Square at Battersea Power Station

Bigging up Battersea: a progress report

11 December 2014

Bjarke Ingels’ ‘urban canyon’ power station entrance repeats the mistakes of 1960s planning, warns Hank Dittmar

Helsinki South Harbour - view from the site of market and cathedral

To have or have not

8 December 2014

Finns are proud of their home-grown designers, but that doesn’t mean they could never embrace a foreign architect for the Helsinki Guggenheim, says Elizabeth Hopkirk

New perspective: Bank junction from inside the Poultry clock

Conjuring buildings into life

5 December 2014

The words we use to describe our surroundings can transform our appreciation of them, argues Gillian Darley

Timothy Smith and Jonathan Taylor

We should be preaching to the converted

4 December 2014

Why does a hostile public still equate ‘modern architecture’ with glass and steel when so many architects are designing exactly the kind of buildings they should love, asks BD’s student columnist Eleanor Jolliffe

Tower blocks in Ulan Bator, Mongolia

What happens when you put nomads in tower blocks?

26 November 2014

In her second dispatch from Mongolia, Tanja Smith from Gradon Architecture explores the challenges faced by a developing nation when two cultures collide

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