Clifftops

2021-07-27T12:01:37+01:00

Building Morrow + Lorraine carves luxury holiday villas into Dorset’s Jurassic Coast

Clifftops2021-07-27T12:01:37+01:00

KH House

2022-05-11T12:48:56+01:00

Specifiers choice Delvendahl Martin employs a rich palette of local, natural materials for a residential extension in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

KH House2022-05-11T12:48:56+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

The Linney

2021-05-18T16:56:11+01:00

Building Review David Grandorge enjoys Casswell Bank’s lean and sensitive renovation of a distinctive agricultural building type

The Linney2021-05-18T16:56:11+01:00

Rock Solid

2020-03-05T12:34:27+01:00

Envelope
A new exhibition reflects a rebirth of interest in stone as a sustainable, beautiful and inexpensive structural material, say curators Amin Taha, Steve Webb and Pierre Bidaud

Rock Solid2020-03-05T12:34:27+01:00

Formal Response

2020-03-20T10:06:41+01:00

Specifiers Choice
A new library and study centre for St John’s College Oxford, by Wright & Wright Architects, takes its cues from a neighbouring baroque ensemble of buildings

Formal Response2020-03-20T10:06:41+01:00

Rock Star

2020-02-20T11:03:23+01:00

Installation
Squire & Partners’ Stone Tapestry is a centrepiece at the Surface Design Show

Rock Star2020-02-20T11:03:23+01:00

On Solid Ground

2019-11-21T21:30:25+01:00

Envelope
Coloured concrete and granite convey a sense of permanence at Hall McKnight’s bus station at Colin Town in West Belfast

On Solid Ground2019-11-21T21:30:25+01:00

Mind the Gap

2019-11-27T16:57:33+01:00

Building Review
Spanning the gorge at Tintagel with a new footbridge is a bold move handled with exemplary sensitivity by Ney & Partners and William Matthews Associates, finds Ezra Groskin

Mind the Gap2019-11-27T16:57:33+01:00

Fronting Fitzrovia

2019-08-06T13:24:04+01:00

Building
Outdated buildings in central London have been replaced with new office, retail and residential space designed by Buckley Gray Yeoman

Fronting Fitzrovia2019-08-06T13:24:04+01:00