Still standing: Casa Luis Barragán


Luis Barragán’s most famous work, originally designed for a client in Mexico City in 1937, then occupied by Barragán himself, harnesses the power of opposites as well as referencing his devout Catholicism.

Still standing: Casa Luis Barragán2022-01-18T13:48:42+01:00

Stage craft


Ed Wilson of Foster Wilson Size explains how well-designed theatre spaces can have a life-changing impact on young people’s confidence, creativity, communication skills and careers.

Stage craft2022-01-04T13:01:49+01:00

Review of 2021


As 2021 draws to a close, Isabel Allen reflects on some of the highlights of her first year as editor of Architecture Today.

Review of 20212021-12-31T15:35:43+01:00

Help for refugee architects seeking work in the UK


Refugee architects face multiple obstacles to continuing their career in the UK. Social enterprise Renaisi is offering practical support to refugees restarting their careers and calls on practices to take a more inclusive approach to recruitment in 2022.

Help for refugee architects seeking work in the UK2022-01-04T16:05:59+01:00