Building Studies

  • Building Study: Windermere Jetty Museum, Cumbria, by Carmody Groarke

  • Building Study: Royal College of Pathologists, London, by Bennetts Associates

  • Building Study: Dancy House, Marlborough, by Allies and Morrison

  • Ageing gracefully: Restorations which retain historical decay

  • Building Study: Clapham School, London, by Cottrell and Vermeulen

  • Building Study: Blackfriars Circus, London, by Maccreanor Lavington


Technical Feature

Boulevard Theatre

Technical Study: Boulevard Theatre, Soho

2019-04-12T06:00:00+01:00By Thomas Lane

Thomas Lane finds out how Soda Studio turned tricks with a tiny space to create a supremely flexible theatre

Julia Park

Two cheers for the housebuilders

2019-04-16T10:38:00+01:00By Julia Park

The big firms have been shamed into making some progress but there’s much more they could do, says Julia Park

Eleanor Jolliffe

It's easy to point fingers but we're all implicated

2019-04-11T06:00:00+01:00By Eleanor Jolliffe4 comments

Most of us would be found wanting if the ethical spotlight were shone on us, says Eleanor Jolliffe

Mark Middleton

The homeless crisis demands serious answers from architects

2019-04-04T06:00:00+01:00By Mark Middleton10 comments

Temporary shelters should be the preserve of student projects, says Mark Middleton

Andrew Mellor_PRP_crop

The impact of the government's response to Hackitt will be massive

2019-04-02T06:00:00+01:00By Andrew Mellor2 comments

As the industry awaits ministers’ decision, Andrew Mellor predicts it will be the biggest game changer in decades

Gillian Darley index

How to design a beautifully modest building


Two new cultural projects by Feilden Fowles and 6a could teach the likes of Diller Scofidio & Renfro a thing or two about ambition

David Rudlin_index

Gardens, park or wasteland? How to design public spaces the public respects

2019-03-26T07:00:00+00:00By David Rudlin3 comments

Manchester has a once-in-a-generation chance to create a new city centre park, says David Rudlin

Martyn Evans index

Mipim's frivolous reputation is unfair

2019-03-21T07:00:00+00:00By Martyn Evans11 comments

Cannes property fair isn’t a jolly, says Martyn Evans. It’s hard work and the deals done there help people in housing need

Julia Park

Does the Spring Statement mean pennies are dropping in government?

2019-03-20T07:00:00+00:00By Julia Park

The government finally seems to be taking notice of the profession’s outcry about permitted development


Tongdosa temple complex, South Korea

Je Ahn’s inspiration: Tongdosa temple complex, South Korea


Studio Weave co-founder finds himself continually drawn back to a place he first encountered as a child

Knight Architects' footbridge in Ulm

AYA 2019 shortlists: Infrastructure Architect of the Year


A look at the three practices that have been shortlisted for the AYA infrastructure category


AYA 2019 shortlists: Interior Architect of the Year

A look at the eight practices that have been shortlisted for the AYA interior architecture category

Lucy Carmichael

Gender pay: Why it's time to close the gap

RIBA director of practice Lucy Carmichael explains why you should care - and what you can do

IPT Architects

AYA 2019 shortlists: Sustainability Architect of the Year

A look at the five practices that have been shortlisted for the AYA sustainability category

Guy Holloway

AYA 2019 shortlists: Retail and Leisure Architect of the Year

A look at the six practices that have been shortlisted for the AYA retail and leisure category

Graham Haworth of Haworth Tompkins

There is simply no justification for excluding certain children from playgrounds


Haworth Tompkins co-founder Graham Haworth urges the GLA and London boroughs to stamp out the practice

Haworth Tompkins Battersea Arts Centre

AYA 2019 shortlists: Public Building Architect of the Year


A look at the eight practices that have been shortlisted for the AYA public realm category

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