Thursday17 April 2014

The Bute epergne made by Thomas Heming, designed by William Kent, 1756

William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain

21 March 2014

V&A exhibition explores how the 18th century master of bling helped influence the nation

Martino Gamper's Collective No. 5 2008

Martino Gamper — Design is a State of Mind

18 March 2014

Serpentine exhibition teaches us to love our shelves again, says Pamela Buxton

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Azeville 2006: Jane and Louise Wilson’s image of Nazi coastal defences

Ruin Lust at Tate Britain

13 March 2014

The Tate’s new show charts our obsession with decaying buildings from Pompeii to Hackney

Raymond Erith’s entrance for Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, 1966.

Architectural wrangles within the Oxbridge quadrangles

3 March 2014

Essays in this latest journal explore the negotiation between architects’ obligations to modernity and the maintenance of tradition

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Joseph Rykwert Royal Gold Medal lecture

Joseph Rykwert RIBA Royal Gold Medal lecture

26 February 2014

Architecture critic Joseph Rykwert pays tribute to the past winners we never saw

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The Stones of Fernand Pouillon

Fernand Pouillon: master of the modern middle class

12 February 2014

The work of Fernand Pouillon is given fresh perspective in this English edition

Norman Foster

The Brits Who Built The Modern World

10 February 2014

New TV series and RIBA exhibition chart the rise of British architecture’s ‘famous five’

Rem Koolhaas at OMA's Progress exhibition at the Barbican

Koolhaas outlines Venice Biennale plans

13 March 2014

Architect says current architecture ‘not in good health’

Good Cities, Better Lives by Peter Hall

Book Club review: Good Cities, Better Lives by Peter Hall

7 April 2014

Peter Hall looks to Europe in order to address the critical state of urbanism in Britain, says Lionel Eid

A-Typical Plan

Book club review: A-Typical Plan: Projects and Essays on Identity, Flexibility and Atmosphere in the Office

2 April 2014

Kuo makes a bold attempt to address how architecture can influence the nature of work today, says David Rushe

Drawing by Peter Cook

Book club review: Drawing — The Motive Force of Architecture

31 March 2014

Peter Cook’s enthusiasm for imagined realities and unbuilt schemes is irresistible, says Conor McKenna

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Top 50 Films for Architects

The Passion of Joan of Arc

Top 50 films for architects: The Passion of Joan of Arc

17 February 2014

This silent classic may be an ordeal to watch, but it is beautiful in its obsessive concentration

'La Promesse' Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne

50 films for Architects: La Promesse Video

16 October 2013

Hard-hitting film set in a dreary nowhere city is a tale of cruelty and redemption


Top 50 films for architects: Brazil Video

23 September 2013

This exuberant dystopian fantasy is a tale of universal submissiveness

Still Life

Top 50 films for architects: Still Life (aka Good People of the Three Gorges) Video

17 July 2013

A risk-taking exploration of a labyrinth of demolitions and life at close quarters

Andrew Waugh

Andrew Waugh: 'These are exciting important times for London'

19 March 2014

Andrew Waugh on the capital, Milton Keynes and English parish churches

Lee Polisano of PLP Architecture

Lee Polisano: ‘I’m a frustrated Formula 1 driver’

13 March 2014

PLP Architecture’s president on working relationships, regrets and Gerald Ronson

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