Policy Exchange lays housing problems squarely on high-rises.
News. What will we find to write about once the Games are over?
Architectural gongs for some new London buildings.
We look at why the capital’s residential architectural marvels are an all-too-rare phenomenon.
Beginning of Autumn, middle of the week, end of Wednesday news.
Velodrome receives award for architectural excellence from RIBA
A bunch of top architects intrafenestrate themselves along the West End shopping street.
James Watson, Brian Cox, Werner Herzog, Richard Holmes, Colin Pillinger…wow.
The Victoria & Albert museum will mount an exhibition this autumn dedicated to Charles Holden, the architect responsible for building some of the best-loved Undergrounds stations in the 1920s and 30s. Along with building many of the celebrated modernist designs on the Piccadilly line, such …
Image / BFI Mediatheque If your mouth watered at the prospect of next week’s debate about science and the cinema, you should probably get your autonomic nervous system checked out then here’s another date for your diaries. On 17 November, RIBA Building Futures will assemble …
Maggie’s Centre, Charing Cross hospital, by Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners Considering the Royal catfight over Chelsea Barracks and the nixing of the British Museum extension, 2009 hasn’t been kind to Richard Rogers, so a piece of good news was overdue: the Maggie’s Centre at …