This week's paper
Koolhaas’s intellectual ambition could stave off extinction, writes Ellis Woodman
Is Jonathan French paying for telling his employers what they didn’t want to hear?
The housebuilding industry is just not ready for a 2016 deadline
Essential modernisation, or senseless globalisation?
Letters to the editor
The “carbuncle” speech, made when Charles Correa received his RIBA gold medal in 1984 (Analysis May 17), was made at Hampton Court Palace (not the Mansion House) as the wonderful setting for the RIBA’s 150th anniversary.
Architect designs private house and guest pavilions in coastal village of Nosara
Ted Cullinan’s thoughtful Maggie’s Centre makes the most of Newcastle’s elusive sunshine and creates a home-like atmosphere on a hospital campus
Flexible space accommodates a range of cultural activities
Haarlem reading room remodelled with modular furniture
Housing association in need of architects as framework grows
The partner at Paul Keogh Architects on Jim Stirling, Alvaro Siza and procrastination
A good week for home sales but a bad week for Candy & Candy