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Clerkenwell's alleys and passageways were once home to an infamous London institution

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The workplace plays an enormous role in our lives; it ought to support us emotionally, says Linzi Cassels

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Greenwich Peninsula will get a new stretch of parks and walkways in July

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Spikes were once reactionary, but it is increasingly apparent that developers are defining earlier who they want to include and who they do not

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Festival director Tamsie Thomson previews more than 400 events coming up this June

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Creating stuctures mainly for their Instagram impact is a frustrating trend in architecture

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The non-profit initiative aiming to develop a new generation of city planners is growing fast after its breakthrough first year

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On the first Stephen Lawrence Day, find out how the trust in his name aims to increase diversity in architecture
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The French prime minister announced the architectural competition following the fire at the central Paris landmark

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Milan-based DSL Studio’s photographs of Italian cities explore the formal nature of architecture by focusing on the detail of the everyday

Published in GALLERY

Alternative Histories is a new exhibition of models and drawings that asks contemporary architects to reimagine work of the past

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The Japanese architect of varied and daring futuristic visions has won the 2019 Pritzker Prize, widely regarded as the profession’s highest honour.

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The prizes reward women doing work at the top levels of the profession

Published in Architecture

There is now plenty to suggest that prisons have an impact on inmates' mental health. So how do we future proof new prisons and improve existing ones?

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Master draughtsman Eric Parry urges fellow architects to theorise with their sketching pencil
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It is up to architects to shape the future of construction by rejecting polarised views to come up with new ideas, building types and ways of working, writes Nathalie de Vries

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A few brave public buildings have found a new purpose amid austerity, thanks to pioneering campaigns by local communities

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Fragments of memory are the central theme in an exhibition of ink drawings and sculptures

Published in Architecture
Monday, 28 January 2019 10:31

Can architecture become radical again?

Why are we still enthralled by yesterday’s radicals? Because today’s visions of the future are so dull, writes Jay Merrick

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New London Architecture has narrowed down a shortlist of over 100 projects and the winning architects are offering consultations

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