It’s hard not to have a moment of nostalgia when approaching Foster + Partners’ recently completed Sperone Westwater Gallery in Manhattan, New York City, says Jaffer Kolb
Obama's American landscapeSubscription
While canvassing for Barack Obama, Jaffer Kolb observes the power of the American suburb
Grimshaw’s Bijlmer Station brings both High-Tech and humane touches to a gentrifying neighbourhood, writes Jaffer Kolb
Injecting artists into seaside townsSubscription
Derelict seaside towns are on the up and up, says the Guardian today.
Economic crises and the destruction of literary landmarks? Some good must come of this... and come it has in the shape of a miniature Greece.
Wysing Arts Centre by Hawkins BrownSubscription
Hawkins Brown has created a clumsily charming, artist-friendly studio and reception building in Cambridgeshire.Photography by Hélène Binet
It’s a landmark day in the papers. Well, a day with a lot of stories on landmarks, landmarking, and things that may become landmarks – always a hot topic, particularly these days with all the stress over the economy and an increasing fixation on urban competitiveness. It’s back to the economic theory of early 1990s for us! Paul Krugman must be thrilled.
Sheffield School of Architecture: Space of WasteSubscription
Sheffield School of Architecture: Space of Waste£900
Jeremy King: 11 Burns Green, HertfordshireSubscription
Jeremy King: 11 Burns Green, Hertfordshire
Inglis Badrashi Loddo Architects: Renfrew Road, London