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    Modern megalith: Dolmen House by MacGabhann ArchitectsSubscription

    Building10 April, 2014

    An ancient stone portal was the inspiration for MacGabhann Architects’ Dolmen House in north-west Ireland, writes Charles Rattray. Photography by Dennis Gilbert

  • Celebrating Ivor Richards - 30 years onSubscription

    Archive12 March, 1998

    There came a point during Professor Ivor Richards' inaugural lecture on 'The Legacy of Modernism' at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne when he mentioned 'the one thing I can do: draw'. It was an aside, but a revealing one, for it hints at his way of teaching, which is founded on architectural practice of a high level. The retrospective exhibition of his work, which opened on 25 February and runs until today at the Architecture Gallery at the university's Department of Architecture, ...