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

Structures of Oppression

2020-11-16T00:00:39+01:00

Books In this moment, ‘Race and Modern Architecture’ is an essential addition to architects’ libraries, says Michael Badu

Structures of Oppression2020-11-16T00:00:39+01:00

Can Lis

2020-11-12T09:48:00+01:00

Books Jørn Utzon's Majorca house is among the world's greatest, says John Pardey

Can Lis2020-11-12T09:48:00+01:00

Stars of Suburbia

2020-10-29T12:40:28+01:00

Books Joshua Abbott, author of ‘A Guide to Modernism in Metro-Land’, picks five favourite buildings from London’s suburbs

Stars of Suburbia2020-10-29T12:40:28+01:00

Sædden Church

2020-08-24T09:31:10+01:00

Learning from
The ecclesiastical architecture of Inger and Johannes Exner offers timely lessons in design for collectivity, says Amanda Iglesias

Sædden Church2020-08-24T09:31:10+01:00

The Classicism of Modernity

2020-06-22T18:07:45+01:00

History
Furniture designed by the writer Curzio Malaparte for his celebrated house on Capri is now going into limited production, and exhibited at London’s Gagosian Gallery. The richly symbolic pieces can be seen as temples to domestic rituals within an interior classical landscape, says Robin Monotti Graziadei.

The Classicism of Modernity2020-06-22T18:07:45+01:00

Castles, Cottages & Commuter Suburbs

2020-06-03T17:38:21+01:00

Books
A fascinating study of Edwardian domestic architecture brings out its debt to both progressive politics and the romanticism of the age, finds Charles Holland

Castles, Cottages & Commuter Suburbs2020-06-03T17:38:21+01:00

Back to the Future

2020-04-28T09:59:27+01:00

Viewpoint
There has never been a better time to learn from the post-war new towns, says Katy Lock

Back to the Future2020-04-28T09:59:27+01:00

Eternal Hopes

2020-04-20T10:32:30+01:00

Viewpoint
Many architects seek to make ‘timeless’ buildings. Too bad, says Robert Adam – it can’t be done

Eternal Hopes2020-04-20T10:32:30+01:00

Degrees of Truth

2020-03-05T15:29:08+01:00

Exhibition
Within Sir John Soane's Museum artists Langlands & Bell reflect upon architecture's capacity to bear witness to the relationships that define society

Degrees of Truth2020-03-05T15:29:08+01:00

New Reality

2020-02-26T16:22:25+01:00

Exhibition
'Freestyle: Architectural Adventures in Mass Media' explores the reciprocal relationship between design and communications technologies

New Reality2020-02-26T16:22:25+01:00

Positive Feedback

2020-02-13T12:04:20+01:00

Book
Paul Baxter enjoys an in-depth and insightful examination of the cultural currents running between Japan and the West

Positive Feedback2020-02-13T12:04:20+01:00