Woolwich Works

2021-10-15T08:07:11+01:00

Bennetts Associates has transformed a group of five Grade II and Grade II*-listed buildings at the Royal Arsenal in Woolwich into a new cultural hub for music, theatre, dance and art.

Woolwich Works2021-10-15T08:07:11+01:00

The Old Timberyard

2021-08-03T13:54:39+01:00

Richard Dudzicki of RDA Architects has converted a 19th-century brick workshop from his practice’s office into a home for his family and a contemporary addition to the Victorian street.

The Old Timberyard2021-08-03T13:54:39+01:00

King’s Cross reborn

2021-07-21T07:22:23+01:00

As the country emerges from lockdown, the public spaces of what, not so long ago, was an urban no-go zone are the very picture of urban regeneration. Deyan Sudjic gives his verdict on what’s been achieved and what’s been lost.

King’s Cross reborn2021-07-21T07:22:23+01:00

Still standing: Lloyd’s of London

2021-08-25T16:39:41+01:00

Is the Lloyd’s building a monument to reason or just a wilful mess? Contributing editor Ian Volner hazards an irreverent guess as to the motives behind Richard Rogers’ inscrutable design.

Still standing: Lloyd’s of London2021-08-25T16:39:41+01:00

Exposure Award winners unveiled

2021-08-25T16:37:35+01:00

Five practices have been named the inaugural recipients of an award organised by the photographer Timothy Soar in association with Architecture Today to give architects a fresh take on photographing, communicating and promoting their work.

Exposure Award winners unveiled2021-08-25T16:37:35+01:00