Shells and Core

2021-02-18T15:11:57+01:00

Oysters provide inspiration for Mæ’s concrete facades at Royal Wharf

Shells and Core2021-02-18T15:11:57+01:00

Coille Beag

2021-01-03T20:03:46+01:00

Building Snell David seeks to root a new concrete and timber house in its woodland site

Coille Beag2021-01-03T20:03:46+01:00

Serious Delight

2020-07-29T17:15:39+01:00

Building Review
Peter Stewart enjoys the rigour and wit of a conjoined primary school and residential tower designed by Henley Halebrown

Serious Delight2020-07-29T17:15:39+01:00

Lab Report

2020-04-08T21:10:20+01:00

Building
Fraser Brown McKenna completes the New Science Building at the University of East Anglia

Lab Report2020-04-08T21:10:20+01:00

The Poetics of Form

2020-04-02T09:08:32+01:00

Books
Joe Rollo’s book assembles recent exemplars of concrete’s use in house design

The Poetics of Form2020-04-02T09:08:32+01:00

Layer Upon Lair

2020-03-19T01:26:22+01:00

Building
Adjaye Associates’ renovation of the Mole House celebrates the secret subterranean exploits of its previous occupant

Layer Upon Lair2020-03-19T01:26:22+01:00

Behind the Curtain

2019-12-16T11:49:27+01:00

Materials Library
Friedrich Ludewig of Acme wants a space where you can be immersed in materials

Behind the Curtain2019-12-16T11:49:27+01:00

Brutalism Now

2019-11-27T16:01:51+01:00

Report on a one-day conference organised by the University of Liverpool with the Twentieth Century Society

Brutalism Now2019-11-27T16:01:51+01:00

Revivalist Move

2019-12-06T12:14:53+01:00

Specifiers Choice
Dow Jones Architects’ extension revitalises one of GE Street’s London churches

Revivalist Move2019-12-06T12:14:53+01:00

Points of Reference

2020-03-04T17:03:18+01:00

Building Review
Takero Shimazaki on the evocative and allusive forms and spaces of Adam Richards Architects’ Nithurst Farm

Points of Reference2020-03-04T17:03:18+01:00

Screen Test

2019-11-28T11:55:57+01:00

Envelope
Perforated metal cladding both disguises and reveals the activities within Morris & Company’s Energy Hub at Elephant Park

Screen Test2019-11-28T11:55:57+01:00
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