Raymond Erith adapted classical architecture for a modern age
Replicas and reconstructions are often regarded as inauthentic, but what does authenticity mean in the case of a building?
Remembering the critical insights and generous instincts of the writer and architect Charles Jencks (1939–2019)
The civic-mindedness of the visionary landscape designer and architect set him apart from his contemporaries
The designer’s former family home-cum-studio in Brussels is a landmark of early 20th-century architecture
The Victorian architect fused styles past and present, inventing fictive histories for his buildings
Historic England has given its official stamp of approval to 17 postmodern buildings
The early listing of James Stirling’s No. 1 Poultry says more about the architect’s stature than it does about postmodernism as a style