Friday, 30 September 2011 10:34

Inca Market by Charmaine Lay and Carles Muro

Street stalls, offices and a roof that doubles as a wall are just some of the features of this Majorcan town centre development.

Published in News

Everyone had been waiting for the scaffolding to come down. And it did, just long enough for the Queen to cut the ribbon, before going back up. But now it really is finished, and architectural photographers from all over Europe have been descending on Edinburgh in search of the definitive shot.

Thursday, 22 March 2007 10:22

Scottish Parliament | icon 012 | May 2004

On September 14 1128, David I, King of Scots, was hunting beneath a rocky outcrop when the stag he was pursuing turned and fought. The king was thrown from his horse, landing at the stag’s hooves. To protect himself, the king lunged for the beast’s antlers but instead grasped a crucifix that had miraculously appeared on its head. The stag retreated, leaving the king clutching the cross. That night, a voice in a dream told the king to build an abbey on the site.

Published in ICON 012 | May 2004

A sea of colour has washed over Barcelona’s old town.

Published in ICON 013 | June 2004
Wednesday, 21 March 2007 11:13

New Urban Surfaces | icon 002 | May 2003

Where I live, the pavements are cracked and bruised.

Published in ICON 002 | May 2003
Wednesday, 21 March 2007 09:15

EMBT | icon 002 | May 2003

A new park in Barcelona uses water to blur the boundaries between the city and the seashore.

Published in ICON 002 | May 2003