Why is the city so determined to destroy one of the best civic centres of the post-war period?
It’s time to appreciate the gracefulness of power stations before more of them disappear
The French draughtsman’s fantasies seem as bizarre today as they did 200 years ago
Cedric Price believed that architecture should be mobile, lightweight, and temporary. Above all, he thought it should be fun
Paolozzi’s 1950s work is astonishing, but a full retrospective draws too much attention to his duller later work
Elain Harwood’s magisterial Space, Hope, and Brutalism is a triumph
17th-century writing on ancient buildings never felt so contemporary
Kahn’s designs have a sense of grandeur unmatched by most modernist buildings