St Matthew’s Parish Church

2022-05-11T12:01:03+01:00

Page\Park Architects has sensitively refurbished and extended a post-war church designed by Gillespie Kidd & Coia near Glasgow.

St Matthew’s Parish Church2022-05-11T12:01:03+01:00

New Church Stroud

2021-05-13T09:40:03+01:00

Building A cross-laminated timber chapel by Nicolas Pople Architects is influenced by gothic architecture

New Church Stroud2021-05-13T09:40:03+01:00

Lea Fields Crematorium

2020-11-19T10:24:57+01:00

Building Haverstock seeks a sense of peace and tranquility in an important community facility

Lea Fields Crematorium2020-11-19T10:24:57+01:00

Gothic Revival

2022-01-31T12:10:33+01:00

Building Review Jack Richards admires a contemporary but contextual addition to the Fratry at Carlisle Cathedral by Feilden Fowles

Gothic Revival2022-01-31T12:10:33+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

Church Service

2020-05-14T14:01:57+01:00

Building
Lee Boyd creates a welcoming centre for religious worship and public life in Monifieth

Church Service2020-05-14T14:01:57+01:00

St Albans Welcome Centre

2019-11-08T12:57:43+01:00

Building
Simpson & Brown's new visitors' centre connects the Norman cathedral of St Albans with its twentieth-century chapter house

St Albans Welcome Centre2019-11-08T12:57:43+01:00

Drayton Green Church

2019-10-03T11:19:57+01:00

Building
A pleated roof adds an ecclesiastical accent to a London chapel extension by Piercy & Company

Drayton Green Church2019-10-03T11:19:57+01:00

Oasis of Contemplation

2019-10-03T11:20:05+01:00

Building Review
Marks Barfield’s new Cambridge Central Mosque makes a successful synthesis of English and Islamic architectural traditions, finds Michael Badu

Oasis of Contemplation2019-10-03T11:20:05+01:00

The Chapel of Our Lady

2019-10-03T11:20:19+01:00

Building Review
Craig Hamilton Architects’ latest work at Williamstrip Park is far removed from the architectural mainstream, but presents a challenge to it, says Ellis Woodman

The Chapel of Our Lady2019-10-03T11:20:19+01:00