Slate Scape

2021-06-09T13:02:16+01:00

Junya Ishigama's elemental 2019 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion.

Slate Scape2021-06-09T13:02:16+01:00

Heavy Tread

2019-06-13T14:18:21+01:00

Interiors
A stone staircase at the heart of a renovated London house serves both aesthetic and environmental ends, say architect Graham West and engineer Steve Webb

Heavy Tread2019-06-13T14:18:21+01:00

Nordic Values

2019-06-07T10:51:47+01:00

Building
Ryder Architecture's Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow adopts an innovative care model from Scandinavia

 

Nordic Values2019-06-07T10:51:47+01:00

Stepping Up

2019-05-24T10:29:59+01:00

Building Review
Jo Bacon visits Nicholas Hare Architects’ University College London Student Centre

Stepping Up2019-05-24T10:29:59+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

Confucius Institute

2019-07-18T11:05:41+01:00

Building Review
Robin Lee Architecture has established a much-needed space of communality and repose at University College Dublin, finds Andrew Clancy

Confucius Institute2019-07-18T11:05:41+01:00

The Painted Hall

2022-04-01T16:30:32+01:00

Building Restoration and alterations by Hugh Broughton Architects give new life to a masterpiece of English baroque

The Painted Hall2022-04-01T16:30:32+01:00

Quarry Stones

2019-05-02T09:59:38+01:00

Building
A sustainably-built house by Derek Latham is inspired by the former structures of its kitchen-garden location

Quarry Stones2019-05-02T09:59:38+01:00

Reflective Response

2019-10-03T11:20:29+01:00

Building
Local burial mounds are evoked in a new crematorium in Dorset by Western Design Architects

Reflective Response2019-10-03T11:20:29+01:00