Colour Row Settlement worth preserving, says Dmitry Sukhin
Planners, developers and local authorities all need to take part in making communities succeed, says Simon Carne
Town centres need multiple uses, says James Francis
Lambeth could pay its respects to Nelson Mandela by a symbolic renovation
If sarcasm is the lowest form of wit then wit is certainly the lowest form of architecture.
The announcement that the Lubetkin Prize is to be scrapped (bdonline December 9) is sad, but not entirely surprising.
It was with great sadness that we at Alexander Sedgley learned that Nelson Mandela passed away.
As an architect who once helped locally to highlight the importance to Battersea
Are the architects working with the impossible?
It’s about time that Ealing Broadway Station ( News November 29 ) was improved.
It was Ian Nairn who also led me to architecture
No buildings in London’s “Tin Pan Alley” will be “torn down”
Too late I need to thank Francis Golding, who died earlier this month (News November 15).
Riverside needs greater thought In relation to your article on Assael Architecture’s redevelopment scheme for Riverside Studios ( News October 25 )
BD asked “ Does the lack of cash devalue the Stirling Prize ?” (Debate October 11)
Are architects better off without Arb?
Is government policy opening the housing floodgates?
The founder of Adam Architecture responds to Owen Hatherley’s column on postmodernism being written out of history
Will Palin is not alone in objecting to the steel canopy across the newly revealed arches of Lewis Cubitt’s great station
The debate over Zaha Hadid’s new Serpentine Sackler Gallery continues…
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