Stirling Prize 2014: If this building reflects how learning is now an industry, it also expresses energy and buzz in its quest to encourage interdisciplinary cross-fertilisation, writes Rowan Moore
[SKYLINE] Boris Johnson’s response to the Skyline debate is disappointing, says Rowan Moore
Will owners of £5 million flats really use the Tube? What is modern and progressive about the Shard? Is planning bad for business?
Rowan Moore: London’s high-rise free-for-allSubscription
With hundreds of skyscrapers planned for London, we need new guidelines to ensure they are of high quality, says Rowan Moore
MAXXI museum, Rome by Zaha Hadid ArchitectsSubscription
True to form, Zaha Hadid’s long-awaited MAXXI museum in Rome is bold, demanding and provocative, says Rowan Moore. Photography by Roland Halbe
Standing at the centre of Manchester’s almost empty New Islington site, Alsop Architects’ Chips carries a great weight of expectation, writes Rowan Moore. Photography by Christian Richters
Broadgate Tower, City of London by SOMSubscription
SOM’s Broadgate Tower is a work of manoeuvre and negotiation, shaped by the invisible constraints of the City of London, writes Rowan Moore. Photography by Edmund Sumner
Battersea better offSubscription
Viñoly’s dropped ‘eco dome’ was a symbol of hubris and shoddy planning, not sustainable, progressive architecture
Opinion - Architecture FoundationSubscription
Failure to get a new public building will not hinder the Architecture Foundation, writes Rowan Moore.