Reflections on the picturesque

2022-05-11T16:04:52+01:00

Yusti Herrera of Ian Chalk Architects explains how revisiting historic methods of reading the landscape informed the practice’s approach to building a new house in collaboration with RA Studio in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Cornish coast

Reflections on the picturesque2022-05-11T16:04:52+01:00

Shopping for health

2022-05-03T10:19:40+01:00

Hannah Brewster from ADP makes the case for using empty retail space to take outpatient services out of the hospital and onto the high street.

Shopping for health2022-05-03T10:19:40+01:00

Viewpoint: Word power

2021-08-25T16:33:58+01:00

Josh Fenton reflects on the importance of casual self-reflective writing as a means of opening a door into the ‘other’ part of the architect’s brain and for developing architectural positions and ideas.

Viewpoint: Word power2021-08-25T16:33:58+01:00

Live Issues

2021-01-14T22:19:34+01:00

Events With digital events now the norm, Bobby Jewell looks at what this means for practices hoping to host

Live Issues2021-01-14T22:19:34+01:00

Recognition Matters

2021-01-21T15:55:30+01:00

Viewpoint Architectural award-winners are increasingly diverse, but we can't stop pushing for better representation says Zoë Berman

Recognition Matters2021-01-21T15:55:30+01:00

Limit and Licence

2020-11-15T22:31:22+01:00

Sustainability
Architectural historians Barnabas Calder and Daniel A Barber have both recently written books exploring the influence of energy on architecture. In conversation for AT they discuss this growing field

Limit and Licence2020-11-15T22:31:22+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

Bigger Picture

2020-09-29T15:37:49+01:00

Viewpoint Housing developers benefit from hearing a wider range of voices, says Chloë Phelps, head of design at Brick by Brick

Bigger Picture2020-09-29T15:37:49+01:00

Unpacking the Library

2020-07-20T10:31:06+01:00

Viewpoint
The authors and subjects that dominate our bookshelves reinforce inequalities in architecture, says Zoë Berman

Unpacking the Library2020-07-20T10:31:06+01:00

Remote Viewing

2020-06-30T13:53:59+01:00

Events
Digital events have allowed the continuation of cultural life during lockdown, but will we want them when it’s over, asks Ruth Lang?

Remote Viewing2020-06-30T13:53:59+01:00

Offices After Coronavirus

2020-07-14T15:47:48+01:00

Viewpoint
Covid could accelerate progress towards net zero carbon offices says Peter Fisher, director at Bennetts Associates

Offices After Coronavirus2020-07-14T15:47:48+01:00

Offices After Coronavirus

2020-07-14T15:48:04+01:00

Viewpoint
The function of the office will increasingly be to foster culture, says Nicola Rutt, partner at Hawkins Brown

Offices After Coronavirus2020-07-14T15:48:04+01:00