Tag : 16.11.17
Enter AJ Small Projects and spread the joySubscription
Smaller schemes are the bread and butter of our industry, often magnifying architecture’s very best qualities, writes Emily Booth
Spanish architect Rafael Moneo gave the inaugural Soane Annual Lecture on 1 November at London’s Royal Institution. Here, we present extracts from his talk
Aluminium ‘pop-ups’ are the distinctive feature of this restoration of a Modernist house, a disused granary and a redundant windmill, writes Jon Astbury. Photography by Brotherton Lock
The practice has upgraded and expanded the museum that it first worked on 10 years ago, writes Rob Wilson. Photography by Anthony Coleman
Only a significant increase in housebuilding by the public sector will effectively tackle London’s shortage of homes, says Paul Finch
Building study: Foster ramps it up at BloombergSubscription
Foster + Partners’ new £1 billion European HQ for business news giant Bloomberg is as ambitious, accomplished and lavish as one would expect. But how good is the architecture? asks Jon Astbury. Photography by Nigel Young, James Newton and Jason Alden
Neo Bankside/Tate battle looks set for costly court date • Does an anti-Celtic bias haunt the Stirling Prize?
As public projects become increasingly reliant on private benefactors, there are alarming signs of a resistance to considering new talent, says Ellis Woodman
Ian Martin: The inhabited sculpture parkSubscription
I am delighted to announce the creation of the 1970s Council Estate – an ‘inhabited sculpture park’ curating the very best examples of antique social housing
Irina Korneychuk from FaulknerBrowns has won the 2017 Inspiring Graduate Prize.