Architect John Portman, who died in December, had a dazzling reputation - constructed largely by himself
Ike Ijeh explores the origins, impact and legacy of one of architecture’s most enduring movements
HE forced to confirm it does not support razing London landmark after promotion prompts confusion
Architectural historian Elain Harwood pounds Paris streets to raise cash for ‘comprehensive’ book on brutalist practitioner
Practice picked for university auditorium and teaching space ‘inspired’ by NY’s Lincoln Centre
The NPPF and draft London Plan call for increased housing densities. Ike Ijeh looks at two schemes to see if the proposals measure up
Kay Hughes arrived at the property jamboree for the first time with trepidation. But she found its dinosaur reputation is no longer fully justified
Technical innovations are making it easier to exploit the potential of spherical buildings
Public art can amuse or provoke - or just go rusty. Artist Sean Henry looks at some pitfalls
The Romanian-born former secretary of the Royal Fine Arts Commission led a remarkable life
'Everyone faces barriers. Unfortunately it's some people’s flawed nature to create artificial barriers for others'
On International Women’s Day Ike Ijeh talks to leading architects about the challenges they have overcome
The south London suburb has been the butt of jokes for years. But that’s beginning to change, says Robert Park
When 25,000 people met to talk about the future of cities, architecture was absent from the agenda. Daniel Elsea asks why
What happens when two of the biggest names in architecture collaborate?
The moment when technical drawings took on an agency of their own
Richard Murphy is now one of the foremost experts on Carlo Scarpa, but it all began with a serendipitous student visit
Get ready to drop your preconceptions
The city centre multi-storey car park is rapidly becoming redundant. Can they be repurposed?