My kind of town: Kate Goodwin

Kate Goodwin, professor at the University of Sydney and former Head of Architecture at the Royal Academy of Arts, on Darwin, a city that provokes a vegemite reaction.

Materials library: Assemble

Maria Lisogorskaya discusses the collective’s approach to combining bespoke materials and finishes with off-the shelf products.

Ask the expert: Brick

Patrick Lewis from the Brick Development Association answers readers’ questions about bricks.

Unitised thinking

Stefan Trifonov, Head of Engineering at Schüco UK, in conversation with Architecture Today’s Technical Editor John Ramshaw, discusses how modern methods of construction (MMC) are being used to optimise Schüco’s latest generation of unitised curtain wall systems.

The Geberit Bathroom Design Challenge

Nimtim Architects has won an invited competition, organised by Geberit with Architecture Today, to design an inspirational and functional family bathroom measuring just six square metres in size.

New Court at Trinity College Cambridge

The refurbishment of New Court at Trinity College Cambridge, by 5th Studio and Max Fordham set out to radically improve the comfort and carbon emissions of a Grade I listed building. Five years after its completion, 5th Studio director Oliver Smith assesses the lessons that have been learnt.