An architect’s success should be measured against whether it meets the brief not the zeitgeist, says Eleanor Jolliffe
The Letwin review includes some good ideas but will the government embrace the more radical proposals?
100 years on, it’s time for a new Tudor Walters Report, says Mark Swenarton
The most recent of the City of London’s livery halls continues a grand tradition, finds Peter Murray
From the Smithsons to the Garchey waste disposal systems, Charles Holland walks us through the estate’s history
Architects are alone in not having a formal support structure for the profession’s younger members
As the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day nears, Glyn Prysor tells the story of the architects who commemorated death on an unprecedented scale
Everyone agrees we should be producing better housing. What we need now are some more built success stories
A decade after the designer’s seminal book, Peter Youthed argues he paved the way for the likes of David Chipperfield and Caruso St John
Do electric private-hire driverless cars represent a huge opportunity to redesign our urban environment?