‘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
‘Glass! Love!! Perpetual Motion!!! A Paul Scheerbart Reader’ reviewed
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?