Paul Finch is editorial director of the Architects' Journal
- E-mail: Paul.Finch@i2ieventsgroup.com
Last week Culture kissed goodbye to the mother of the arts, writes Paul Finch
Acknowledging individual architectural excellence would enhance the profession, says Paul Finch
Predicting the future is an architectural condition, writes Paul Finch
What UK housing needs now is a politician who can get a grip on the crisis, writes Paul Finch
Why has so little post-war office architecture been listed? wonders Paul Finch
Architects and their status are undermined by the absurd registration board, says Paul Finch
The mysterious world of architectural qualification may be about to become clearer, writes Paul Finch
A real housing policy has to cover land, design, delivery and finance, writes Paul Finch
Housing policy needs integrated thinking, not ersatz silver bullets, writes Paul Finch
We need to find out why more women are not making it onto architecture’s career ladder, says Paul Finch
- London lessons: Show the public just how good our cities could be
- What should the politicians really be saying?
- London lessons: four outstanding schemes in the capital
- Is the government finally taking housing seriously?
- Architects are shaped by the inside story of their lives
- Local planning authorities need to be pro-active, or we can expect the worst
- Place making needs to be a continuous process
- Beauty may be in the eye of the gas-holder
- Do political parties have the will to develop architecture policies in time for the election?
- Frank Gehry is probably right about quality