Reflections on the picturesque


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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