Versailles shows the significance of interiors, but it’s impossible to escape their artful wit
As the shift to independence gathers pace, all sides are using architecture as a political tool
A painful modernisation scheme will see Ahmedabad’s riverside slums emptied and concreted over
India’s capital shows us the process of becoming a metropolis — and it isn’t pretty
The tension between the permanent and the ephemeral is now central to all architecture
The character of Vienna’s streets, proves that original design doesn’t always have a place
Without the help of local councils, communal works are easier said than done
It’s time we realised that architecture degrees aren’t simply career launch pads
The government might get more than it bargains for from the Big Society
The history and chaos of the 20th century is embodied in the now-threatened Tacheles.
Cardiff’s course pioneered the idea of ’interior architecture’. Now it’s closing
Council housing is the forgotten alternative to a system that subsidises rich landlords.
Noisy protests over its railway station scheme are helping to redefine a changing city
Edinburgh’s beauty is her chief economic resource, but when will the visitors all go home?
As the Edinburgh Festival shows, the ephemeral can show the way forward for serious projects.
It’s no wonder parents of architecture students feel bewildered at graduation shows
This year’s RSA exhibition points to a crisis of confidence among Scottish architects
Whatever the scale, it’s not always easy to reach consensus in battles over our environment
Those flexible, responsive designers of the future? They’re already here
Today’s students will make pilgrimages to see celebrities, not Santiago de Compostela
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