Plans for a rooftop bar at the Royal Festival Hall have thankfully been scrapped, but questions remain over the stewardship of the Southbank centre
The site of Emmeline Pankhurst’s statue in Westminster was chosen by her fellow suffragists – there is no reason for it to change
Two hundred years ago, the English parliament passed the Act for Building New Churches, allocating £1m for the task
Kandy should be prouder of the pioneering architect, who instigated the idea of ‘regional modernism’
The update of Kenneth Clark’s landmark series takes a more questioning approach to art history
The Louvre Abu Dhabi is undeniably impressive, but can it succeed in becoming the universal museum it wants to be?
The design for Millicent Fawcett’s statue breaks the mould, but Parliament Square is a problematic site
Cassiano dal Pozzo’s paper museum, consisting of thousands of drawings, attempted to encapsulate the knowledge of his time
This revelatory show matches Frank Lloyd Wright’s work to his personality and his designs to his ambitions
The radicalism of Ebenezer Howard’s Garden City is often overlooked, but Letchworth is an utopian success
This is a great way to relive the ‘pageant-fever’ of earlier, more technologically innocent decades
17 buildings by Le Corbusier are now on the World Heritage list. Why has it taken so long?
Can San Sebastián, one of this year’s European Capitals of Culture, provide some answers?
The mayor’s expansionist ambitions are ruining the city’s historic character
The restoration at the Soane Museum is a masterpiece of forensic work
Public sculpture was one marker of an ambitious, aspirant and generous society, the kind of world that we urgently need to be reminded of