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Herman Hertzberger’s Centraal Beheer, Apeldoorn, newly opened in 1972. Image: Johan van der Keuken.

Revisiting Herman Hertzberger and the Dutch Structuralists

13-Nov-2014 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

An exhibition of Herman Hertzberger’s archive coincides with the re-emergence of Structuralism in The Netherlands. Rakesh Ramchurn reports

Group 2: Embedded Modernism: Led by Page\Park’s David Page and staff from the Glasgow School of Art and the University of Strathclyde, this group has considered the impact of utopian thought on the development of post-war Glasgow

Scotland at the Venice Biennale: from idealism to calamity

8-Nov-2014 | By Ellis Woodman

Scotland’s 2014 Venice Biennale contribution details the rise and fall of Scottish post-war Modernism, writes Ellis Woodman

Hawksmoor

Re-incarnations of Nicholas Hawksmoor

31-Oct-2014 | By Owen Hopkins

The architecture of Nicholas Hawksmoor mesmerises authors, poets, comic book artists and painters, who are inspired by its occult power. Owen Hopkins investigates

Our Lady Help of Christians church, Tile Cross, Birmingham, by Richard Gilbert Scott, 1966. Image: Gavin Stamp.

C20 Society selects a building for every year to mark centenary

24-Oct-2014 | By Catherine Croft

The Twentieth Century Society has compiled a list of 100 buildings – one for each of the past 100 years – to create a timeline that combines familiar classics with obscure gems, writes Catherine Croft

Image from Isola Nova by Philippe Calandre at Lichfield Studios. Image: Philippe Calandre.

Photomontage exhibition reimagines Venice

20-Oct-2014 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

An exhibition of works which imagine a new island in the lagoon of Venice has gone on display at Lichfield Studios in London

View along the causeway to Grain Tower Battery. Image: Frank Watson

Thames Estuary: exploring London's forgotten gateway

18-Oct-2014 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

A new collection of images by photographer Frank Watson captures the bleak and haunting dereliction of structures along the Thames Estuary shoreline, writes Rakesh Ramchurn

Restored interior of the Grade II* listed Fitzrovia Chapel by conservation architects Caroe & Partners.

Grade II* Fitzrovia Chapel 'a major challenge to restore'

14-Oct-2014 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

Caroe & Partners’ project architect Touseer Ahmad speaks to the AJ about his work on the refurbishment of the Grade II* listed Fitzrovia Chapel

Film still from Cairo Drive (Dir. Sherief Elkatsha, 2013).

City Visions: Barbican film season surveys world’s urban centres

3-Oct-2014 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

The changing nature of major world cities is the subject of ‘City Visions’, a series of films currently being shown at London’s Barbican Centre

McGregor Road, Cumbernauld. Image: JR James Archive.

The JR James archive and a glimpse of post-war town planning

3-Oct-2014 | By Steve Parnell

An archive of nearly 4,000 slides used to illustrate lectures by Sheffield University professor John Richings James provides a fascinating history of post-war town planning, writes Steve Parnell

Restored interior of the Grade II* listed Fitzrovia Chapel by conservation architects Caroe & Partners.

First images of restored grade II* listed Fitzrovia Chapel revealed

3-Oct-2014 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

The restoration of a listed chapel at the centre of the £700 million Fitzroy Place development by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands (LDS) and Sheppard Robson has completed

Kyle Henderson

Architects auction artworks for Maggie’s

20-Nov-2014 | By

Architects including Ted Cullinan, Piers Gough, Alison Brooks and Chris Wilkinson have donated artworks for an auction in aid of cancer care charity Maggie’s

Neon creates ‘House of Mirrors’ on Australian beach Video

17-Nov-2014 | By

[VIDEO] Emerging, London-based practice Neon has revealed this competition-winning structure on a beach in Australia

Herman Hertzberger’s Centraal Beheer, Apeldoorn, newly opened in 1972. Image: Johan van der Keuken.

Revisiting Herman Hertzberger and the Dutch Structuralists

13-Nov-2014 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

An exhibition of Herman Hertzberger’s archive coincides with the re-emergence of Structuralism in The Netherlands. Rakesh Ramchurn reports

Group 2: Embedded Modernism: Led by Page\Park’s David Page and staff from the Glasgow School of Art and the University of Strathclyde, this group has considered the impact of utopian thought on the development of post-war Glasgow

Scotland at the Venice Biennale: from idealism to calamity

8-Nov-2014 | By Ellis Woodman

Scotland’s 2014 Venice Biennale contribution details the rise and fall of Scottish post-war Modernism, writes Ellis Woodman

Jubilee Line Extension, 1999. Culling Road vent shaft (photo 2012)

An appreciation of Ian Ritchie's autobiography by Richard Coleman

28-Apr-2014 | By Richard Coleman

Richard Coleman on Being: an Architect by Ian Ritchie

The exterior of Unilever Haus, Hamburg, from the south-east. Image: Adam Mark.

Book review: Kinetic Architecture by Russell Fortmeyer & Charles D Linn

7-Apr-2014 | By Alan Dunlop

Energy is the driver behind innovative dynamic facades across the world, says Alan Dunlop

Campo San Giogio Maggiore, Venice (1961) Edwin Smith. Image: RIBA Library Photographs Collection

Retrospective of photographer Edwin Smith opens at the RIBA

10-Sep-2014 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

A retrospective of the works of photographer Edwin Smith has opened at the RIBA’s Architecture Gallery featuring more than 100 photographs

Denys Lasdun with his model maker Philip Wood. Image: RIBA

Exhibition of Lasdun’s work opens at Royal College of Physicians

9-Sep-2014 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

Denys Lasdun’s Royal College of Physicians is hosting an exhibition on the development of the Grade I-listed building as it celebrates its 50th anniversary

David Chipperfield’s ‘City of Culture’ museum complex in Ansaldo, Milan. Photo © Oskar Da Riz

Chipperfield’s Milan art museum nears completion

21-Nov-2014 | By

David Chipperfield’s ‘City of Culture’ museum complex in Ansaldo, Milan is nearing completion

DRDH\'s Stormen library and concert hall in Bodo, Norway

DRDH’s Norwegian library and concert hall opens

19-Nov-2014 | By

DRDH Architects’ competition-winning £126million concert hall and library in Bodø, Norway have been officially opened

Heatherwick Studio\'s Pier 55 floating park scheme in New York

Heatherwick picked for New York’s ‘Pier 55’ floating park

17-Nov-2014 | By

Thomas Heatherwick has won a competition to create a new floating public park and performance space – known as Pier 55 – in New York

Robin Lee\'s Confucius Institute for Ireland at University College Dublin

Robin Lee reveals Confucius Institute scheme in Dublin

12-Nov-2014 | By

[First look] Robin Lee Architecture has won a contest to design the new Confucius Institute for Ireland at University College Dublin (UCD)