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Quarry Studios

2021-02-18T15:16:51+01:00

Moxon Architects’ self-built Cairngorms office makes an exemplary response to a sensitive landscape, finds David McClean

Quarry Studios2021-02-18T15:16:51+01:00

Street Smart

2021-02-18T15:31:15+01:00

Three Greenwich housing projects show the importance of the city to the work of Peter Barber, finds Nana Biamah-Ofosu

Street Smart2021-02-18T15:31:15+01:00

Handyside Street

2021-02-18T15:12:56+01:00

Reflections and dappled daylight animate a London office building by Coffey Architects

Handyside Street2021-02-18T15:12:56+01:00

Red Metropolis

2021-02-18T15:13:41+01:00

Owen Hatherley’s stimulating history of London’s government and public architecture is given greater resonance by uncertain times, finds Patrick Lynch

Red Metropolis2021-02-18T15:13:41+01:00

Fantastic Worlds

2021-02-18T15:14:35+01:00

Architecture Drawing Prize founder Ken Shuttleworth on the process of selecting this year’s winners

Fantastic Worlds2021-02-18T15:14:35+01:00

Enduring Value

2021-02-01T16:49:50+01:00

Viewpoint As ageing housing estates face ever-greater threat of demolition, it's important to proclaim the quality of schemes such as Weedington Road, says Irénée Scalbert

Enduring Value2021-02-01T16:49:50+01:00

Searching for the Essential

2021-02-18T15:15:47+01:00

The sketches of Florian Beigel and Philip Christou of ARU explore spatial ideas while prolonging uncertainty, finds Louis Mayes

Searching for the Essential2021-02-18T15:15:47+01:00

Frame House

2021-01-08T15:14:47+01:00

Building A remodel and extension by Bureau de Change Architects adds spatial and material richness to a London terrace house

Frame House2021-01-08T15:14:47+01:00

Live Issues

2021-01-14T22:19:34+01:00

Events With digital events now the norm, Bobby Jewell looks at what this means for practices hoping to host

Live Issues2021-01-14T22:19:34+01:00

Recognition Matters

2021-01-21T15:55:30+01:00

Viewpoint Architectural award-winners are increasingly diverse, but we can't stop pushing for better representation says Zoë Berman

Recognition Matters2021-01-21T15:55:30+01:00

Daddy Wouldn’t Buy Me a Bauhaus

2021-01-08T15:38:02+01:00

Books A compendium of profiles by Janet Abrams recalls a different age for design, its culture and criticism, says Rosamund Diamond

Daddy Wouldn’t Buy Me a Bauhaus2021-01-08T15:38:02+01:00

Sadie Morgan

2021-02-09T12:03:16+01:00

My Kind of Town Plymouth was a case of love at first sight

Sadie Morgan2021-02-09T12:03:16+01:00
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