Silver linings…and other finishes


The interior and exterior finishing of buildings typically demands a combination of practicality, durability and aesthetics. In the latest chapter of the ‘Rediscovering Pendock’ series, lining and enclosure specialist Pendock explores its multifaceted Linea range.

Silver linings…and other finishes2022-06-23T18:01:18+01:00

200 Becontree


Archio has created two ‘super-sized’ villas containing dense infill housing on east London’s historic Becontree Estate. Marwa El Mubark enjoys a contemporary project that builds on the social aspirations of the original designs.

200 Becontree2022-06-22T16:10:48+01:00

Ask the expert: Copper


Simon Walker of SIG Zinc & Copper and Sandy Harrison of KME TECU answer readers’ questions on copper.

Ask the expert: Copper2022-06-23T15:02:18+01:00

My kind of town: Paloma Strelitz


Paloma Strelitz, creative director of Patch co-working network and founding member of Assemble, on the sense of connectedness in Cape Town's Bo-Kaap neighbourhood.

My kind of town: Paloma Strelitz2022-06-20T14:14:00+01:00

BCO recommends lower density offices


The British Council for Offices (BCO) has recommended a permanent shift to lower density workspaces to reflect how the Covid-19 pandemic has transformed our use of offices.

BCO recommends lower density offices2022-06-16T14:52:21+01:00

Rachel Hoolahan


Rachel Hoolahan's work at Orms is focused on translating research into meaningful change on projects and reusing buildings and materials – even the ones that weren't designed with reuse in mind.

Rachel Hoolahan2022-04-07T11:43:32+01:00

The Marlo


Bob Allies assesses the merits of The Marlo, a suite of apartments by Barbara Weiss Architects that give a new lease of life to a 19th-century block on Marylebone High Street, London.

The Marlo2022-06-21T17:50:38+01:00