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Levitt Bernstein LFA

Levitt Bernstein creates upside-down city for LFA

17-Jun-2015 | By

Levitt Bernstein has created an upside-down cardboard city for the London Festival of Architecture (LFA)


‘The worst building in the world awards’

17-Jun-2015 | By Nicholas Boys Smith

A massive gulf persists between the buildings that win architecture awards and those that ?the public prefers, suggests research by Create Streets

Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2015

Landscapes go back to nature

13-Jun-2015 | By Ian Ritchie

Ian Ritchie, curator of this year’s Architecture Room at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, on how its theme, ‘Inventive Landscapes’, is a response to the call of the wild

Assemble Brutalist playground

Assemble turns RIBA gallery into 'Brutalist playground'

10-Jun-2015 | By

The RIBA’s architecture gallery has been transformed into a foam playground by Turner-Prize shortlisted Assemble and artist Simon Terrill

The Two Eyes are Not Brothers 2015 by Ben Rivers, An Artangel, The Whitworth Manchester and BFI Film Fund commission

Filmmaker to bring installation to former BBC HQ

5-Jun-2015 | By James McLachlan

Television Centre, the BBC’s former headquarters in White City, will host its first public event since closing in 2012

Norman Foster

Deyan Sudjic in conversation with Norman Foster

5-Jun-2015 | By Deyan Sudjic

In an exclusive interview for the AJ, Norman Foster, founding director of the AJ120’s top-ranking architecture firm, talks to Deyan Sudjic about his practice, landmark schemes, and the key issues facing architecture today

Model of Le Corbusier’s Chapelle Notre-Dame-du-Haut de Ronchamp by Günter Zamp Kelp

Corbusier: the architecture and the man

31-May-2015 | By Joseph Rykwert

Two contrasting books about Le Corbusier – one authoritative, the other gossipy – unintentionally complement one another, writes Joseph Rykwert

René Herbst: study from a sketchbook for the design of an exhibition Exposition Internationale de la Rayonne (1950), gouache, pencil

Between concept and context


An exhibition at Hauser & Wirth Somerset explores the relationships between architecture and its setting

Paradise Garage

The original pop shop

16-May-2015 | By Paul Gorman

Number 430 King’s Road in Chelsea’s World’s End has been at the forefront of youth culture and fashion since the 1960s

The Balfron Tower, Poplar

Estates of Mind

10-May-2015 | By

A closed-down shoe shop at Chrisp Street Market in Poplar was just the right place for a recent pop-up photography exhibition on London council estates

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015

Capita and Gerry Judah reveal Goodwood sculpture

29-Jun-2015 | By

Artist Gerry Judah has unveiled the centrepiece for the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed Festival which was held last weekend (25 - 28 June)

Serpentine Pavilion by SelgasCano - under construction [June 2015]

Second Home founder buys Serpentine Pavilion

29-Jun-2015 | By

Second Home founder Rohan Silva has revealed he is buying the 2015 SelgasCano-designed Serpentine Pavilion


In pictures: Architecture Open showcases London firms

23-Jun-2015 | By

Work of London practices including Stanton Williams, Ben Adams, vPPR and Hawkins\Brown has gone on display as part of RIBA London’s Architecture Open exhibition

Assemble Brutalist playground

Assemble turns RIBA gallery into 'Brutalist playground'

10-Jun-2015 | By

The RIBA’s architecture gallery has been transformed into a foam playground by Turner-Prize shortlisted Assemble and artist Simon Terrill

Stockholm Woodlands Cemetery, by Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz

Architecture an Inspiration

2-Feb-2015 | By

Never judge a book by its cover. Especially an architecture book, says Rory Olcayto

Here, by Richard McGuire

Review: Here by Richard McGuire

19-Jan-2015 | By

Richard McGuire’s Here draws readers into the life story of a simple room by invoking images of the past

Design for Scotland Street School by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Image:  The Hunterian, Univeristy of Glasgow

RIBA exhibition to focus on work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh

2-Dec-2014 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

An exhibition of work by Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) will open at the RIBA in February, including more than 60 original drawings and watercolours.

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

Snape Maltings in Suffolk

Contest launched for Snape Maltings sculptural installation

29-Jun-2015 | By

Aldeburgh Music has launched an open design competition for an outdoor sculpture for children at Snape Maltings in Suffolk

OMA Garage Museuum of Contemporary Art

OMA completes Moscow's Garage Museum of Contemporary Art

24-Jun-2015 | By

Rem Koolhaas’ practice OMA has completed this new modern art museum in Moscow

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

DRDH wins Norway’s 'Stirling Prize'

22-Jun-2015 | By

The AJ’s Building of the Year 2014, DRDH’s Stormen Concert Hall and Library, has picked up the Norwegian State Architecture Prize

Serpentine Pavilion by SelgasCano - completed, June 2015

'Serpentine is a lumpy rainbow of ETFE and ribbons', says Pritchard

22-Jun-2015 | By Owen Pritchard

The AJ’s technical editor Owen Pritchard on this year’s playful but poorly detailed Serpentine Pavilion by Spanish practice SelgasCano