• Brutalist Conflict

    Brutalist Conflict

    Paul Jagger, Partner, and Helen Walker, Conservation Architect, Farrell and Clark, discuss the importance of recognising heritage and refurbishing listed 1960s ‘Brutalist’ buildings.

  • The identity of home

    The identity of home

    Bureau de Change Architects discuss the nuances of residential design for harmonious and yet playful living.

  • Going up?

    Going up?

    British Airways i360, the tallest moving observation tower in the world, is now open for public viewing. Architects Julia Barfield and David Marks take a view from the top.

  • New Age Communication

    New Age Communication

    Arup recently awarded DaeWha Kang as the winner of their annual competition No8@arup, which sought to discover how collaboration between designers across all sectors could lead to a new exploration of communication through technology.

  • Architect Profile: Gavin Sorby

    Architect Profile: Gavin Sorby

    Jade Tilley talks to Gavin Sorby, Buttress, about recognising the needs in architecture and design, educational fulfilment and brand identity.

  • Victorian London Revival

    Victorian London Revival

    Newport Street Gallery has won the coveted 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building. The conversion of almost an entire street of listed industrial buildings in South London into a free public gallery for artist Damien Hirst’s private art collection by Caruso St John Architects, has proven that sound design can come from the most disconnected from society and and unusual of places.

  • Tactile Lighting Experience

    Tactile Lighting Experience

    Nulty has recently completed work on the refurbished London offices for a global financial services corporation. Working in collaboration with architecture firm Perkins + Will, Nulty has created a sophisticated and tactile lighting design solution fitting for the financial company.

  • The Sky’s the limit

    The Sky’s the limit

    BDG architecture + design was engaged by Sky in February 2015 to create ‘Digital Centre of Excellence’ northern hub for Sky creating a new workspace platform.

  • Air Space

    Air Space

    Air space is an expensive commodity. In a BBC programme focusing on ‘New York – The Busiest City in the World’, we were treated to a glimpse into the soaring prices of NYC property and the lengths that are now being reached, to provide more housing. In London we have a little more breathing room but, how do we keep up with the demand on housing and commercial space? Is air space the way to go and what does this mean for the architecture industry?