Hugh Broughton and Expedition Engineering have turned an awkwardly shaped existing office building in Clerkenwell into a showcase of structural innovation
Hugh Strange reviews Babled Nouvet Reynaud Architectes’ design for an energy-efficient apartment block that’s leading the way to low emissions in the French capital
Architect updates Victorian house with concrete mullions, walnut fittings and polished plaster
The architect is improving the thermal performance of a large development outside Geneva
The architect has built a mirror image of an existing house on this project near Antwerp
Richard Hopkinson and Platform 5 Architects have completed a £3 million refurbishment of Waltham Forest College, breathing new life into an existing 1930s building to create new formal and informal education and meeting areas.
Architect completes refurbishment and extension of community halls in West Lothian
New furniture and cleaned-up concrete enhances Francis Pollen’s original design
Passivhaus technology is creating an efficient, well-ventilated learning environment at Oak Meadow Primary School in Wolverhampton.
The practice has reworked the reception area and meeting room to incorporate original furniture and new finishes
The reworking of an 1840 house in Greenwich has radically reconfigured the building’s relationship with both its basement and garden, while while adding a new layer of sophistication
Rethinking circulation gives the RA’s historic facilities a new openness
Matthew Lloyd Architects has remodelled the Adam brothers’ Great Room for modern use
Sergison Bates Architects has created, alongside local architect Liebman Villavecchia, a house nestled within the intimate streets of Cadaqués, Spain
Ben Adams Architects has transformed an anonymous office building at the northern end of Tottenham Court Road with a series of subtle interventions.
James Gorst Architects has completed the first phase of a project set around a courtyard on a farm in north Oxfordshire.
The architect went beyond the minimal brief when refurbishing the National Gallery’s often overlooked lower galleries
Retrofit build works delivered an 80% cut in energy use to an Edwardian terraced house in London.
Stanton Williams’ transformation of a Victorian granary into a campus for Central Saint Martins College of Art & design has made inventive reuse of original features.