As the Manhattan skyline keeps getting higher, the quality of the skyscrapers crowding the horizon seems to be getting lower and lower
Frances Sands’ selection from one of the world’s greatest collections of architectural drawings will delight both experts and the general reader alike
London’s oldest streetlamps were designed to be beautiful as well as useful – so why is Westminster Council trying to remove them?
John Crome was among the greatest English landscape painters of his day – but you’ve probably never heard of him
Sitting on the steps is now forbidden – but for centuries, the monumental staircase has been one of Rome’s most theatrical attractions
A personal guide to the playful structures has much in common with its whimsical subject
Built to give thanks for Venice’s deliverance from the plague, the church of Il Redentore remains the centre of an annual festival marking the event
Commissioned 300 years ago, James Gibbs’ design for the London church was soon replicated around the world