Taking Shakespearean architecture seriously means looking beyond ‘Olden Time’ Tudor revival buildings
Arthur Gordon Shoosmith showed great promise but built very little – though he did design a magnificent church in New Delhi
Large, long windows and a flat roof for sunbathing: is it any wonder that Britain’s early experiments with modernist architecture were by the sea?
The architect’s first project in São Paulo restores and adds to one of the city’s historical landmarks
John Betjeman called him ‘dull’ and William Morris dismissed his work, but Scott’s reputation is bouncing back
The UK was slow to appreciate Zaha Hadid’s uncompromising attitude to architecture, but she was one of the most important British architects of the past 100 years
In praise of an London institution that was founded 150 years ago
The mayor’s expansionist ambitions are ruining the city’s historic character
Replicas, digital records and long-term monitoring projects are all important in the race to preserve cultural history
The restoration at the Soane Museum is a masterpiece of forensic work
Elain Harwood’s magisterial Space, Hope, and Brutalism is a triumph
‘The Celtic Revival in architecture depended upon ancient shrines, castles, and vernacular buildings’
The building is simultaneously remnant and monument, a showcase for historical artefacts which itself embodies Europe’s disastrous history
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Almost every great city seems to have produced one or perhaps two architects who escape the constraints of history: in Budapest it was Lechner
‘This undoubted failure has become a compelling monument’
The Victorian Society has released a list of historic buildings that are most in need of our help this year
Debates about the estate’s future tend to ignore the residents
The city’s post-war concrete blocks have always divided opinion. But is the new stuff any better?
There is no resisting fashion when it comes to places in which to drink
Industry never came, but houses and neighbourhoods were destroyed
The jury praised the winning proposal as ‘deeply respectful of the site’. Do you agree?