Beatrice Galilee

  • Vík Prjónsdóttir

    Milan Furniture Fair — Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2010


    Volcanic dust may have kept punters in Milan for longer than they planned, but there was a lack of showstoppers to captivate them

  • The 1:200 scale perspex model made for the wind tunnel tests.

    Hats off to Shigeru Ban’s Pompidou-Metz


    A ‘woven’ roof is the unifying feature at the Pompidou Centre’s new gallery. But the gesture is not as simple as it may appear, as Beatrice Galilee discovered when she spoke to Arup’s roof team

  • Features

    Lifelong learners


    Feilden Clegg Bradley, BD’s Education Architect of the Year, has rich historical links with the sector and a conviction that good design enlightens learning

  • Features

    So you want to work abroad?


    Be it to earn more money, see projects completed more quickly or simply to experience a different culture, architects from all over the world are attracted to working abroad

  • Features

    The RIBA bar, Azman Architects


    Azman Architects used layered screens to create a cafe that can transform into an evening bar for the RIBA. One year after its opening, Ferhan Azman pays a visit

  • News

    Class not colour, says Prasad


    Richard Rogers’ call for ‘positive action’ to encourage more diversity is contested by RIBA president-elect

  • The Skypad will be wrapped in a sparkling Meshtec shell, specified by ORMS to signal an out-of-the-ordinary building in the middle of a concrete campus.

    Teenage fixes


    An ORMS building in Cardiff creates a template for teenage cancer units