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How we are reconstructing Wittgenstein's house in Norway

2018-06-18T06:00:00+01:00By Harald N Røstvik

Before the philosopher designed his famous house in Vienna he built a small dwelling in the mountains. An extraordinary project is now underway to rebuild it

Serpentine Pavilion 2018 by Frida Escobedo

The verdict: Ike Ijeh on Frida Escobedo's Serpentine Pavilion

2018-06-12T06:00:00+01:00By

BD’s critic is beguiled by the work of the youngest architect yet to win the annual commission

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Review: Piers Gough's architecture room at the RA

2018-06-11T09:43:00+01:00By Michael Collins

This year’s Summer Exhibition addresses serious themes with wit and verve, says Michael Collins

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World Cup: Stadium by stadium

2018-06-08T06:00:00+01:00By

Ike Ijeh takes a look at the key venues

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This is how we talk when we talk about architecture

2018-06-07T06:00:00+01:00By Richard Gatti

Architects struggle to drop the jargon and engage the public. Richard Gatti finds the addition of hard liquor helps

Kieren Majhail

Diversity is not just a London issue. The regions need to discuss it now more than ever

2018-06-05T06:00:00+01:00By Kieren Majhail

Young architects around Britain are desperate for their studios to be more representative, says Kieren Majhail

Vatican chapel by Eduardo Souto de Moura at 2018 Venice Biennale

Five of the best pavilions at Venice

2018-05-30T06:00:00+01:00By Daniel Elsea

More than 80 national pavilions and events are being staged in Venice on the biennale theme of Freespace. Daniel Elsea picks five worth seeing

Freespace room at the Venice Biennale

Review: 2018 Venice Biennale

2018-05-29T09:56:00+01:00By Daniel Elsea

Freespace contains exceptional, thought-provoking work. But a few people’s ‘Will this do?’ approach is more trade show than architecture festival

Pooja Agrawal

Planning has big problems. We think we've found a solution

2018-05-21T06:00:00+01:00

In an age of austerity, planning departments need all the help they can get. Lend them the best talent from the private sector, says Pooja Agrawal

Sharp Centre for Design in Toronto by Will Alsop

'A mash-up of high-tech, futurism and Blue Peter' - Ijeh on Alsop

2018-05-15T14:41:00+01:00By

Will Alsop was radical, daring and esoteric - but above all he brought a sense of fun to architecture

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Review: Disappear Here by Sam Jacob

2018-05-10T06:00:00+01:00By Nicholas de Klerk

Nicholas de Klerk is drawn into the RIBA’s latest exhibition on perspective

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What it took to become British

2018-05-04T06:00:00+01:00By Barbara Weiss

Brexit forced her hand but Barbara Weiss was not expecting it to be so difficult

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'The best conservation projects require rigour and nerve'

2018-05-03T06:00:00+01:00By Roger Hunt

Is pastiche always a dirty word? Roger Hunt, author of a new book on designing for old buildings, tackles some prejudices

Wohnpark Alt-Erlaa in Vienna

A walk around: Alt-Erlaa, Vienna

2018-04-30T06:00:00+01:00By Robert Park

In the second of an occasional series Robert Park visits an extraordinarily successful 1970s housing project

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Talk, consult and above all involve local people – that’s the way to create popular housing

2018-04-26T12:24:00+01:00By Ben Bolgar

Why enquiry by design is the way to achieve the government’s goals

John Portman's Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles

Portmania redux: The atrium king's crown slips

2018-04-20T06:00:00+01:00By Nicholas de Klerk

Architect John Portman, who died in December, had a dazzling reputation - constructed largely by himself

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The enduring legacy of high-tech architecture

2018-04-18T06:00:00+01:00By

Ike Ijeh explores the origins, impact and legacy of one of architecture’s most enduring movements

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Historic England feels heat over Nelson’s Column ‘demolition’

2018-04-17T06:00:00+01:00By Jim Dunton

HE forced to confirm it does not support razing London landmark after promotion prompts confusion

Paris Marathon 2018

Author runs marathon to fund Goldfinger book

2018-04-13T06:00:00+01:00By Jim Dunton

Architectural historian Elain Harwood pounds Paris streets to raise cash for ‘comprehensive’ book on brutalist practitioner

Tate Harmer's Creative Centre, designed for York St John University

Tate Harmer wins York arts centre comp

2018-04-09T06:00:00+01:00By Jim Dunton

Practice picked for university auditorium and teaching space ‘inspired’ by NY’s Lincoln Centre

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