An exhibition at London’s Cass reveals the influence of celebrated architects on their students, says Peter Smisek

Published in Review

RIBA names gallery in south London, designed to house Damien Hirst's private art collection, UK's best new building

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Douglas Murphy asks what this year’s line-up for the prestigious award says about the state of British architecture

Published in Comment
Friday, 05 December 2014 02:00

Icon Awards 2014: The winners

This year's awards ceremony took place last night in London. You can read the full list of winners here

Published in News
Friday, 05 December 2014 00:00

Icon 139: Awards

Our January issue, available now, features profiles of all 11 of the 2014 Icon Awards winners and information about the runners-up

Published in Comment
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 03:00

2014 Icon Awards shortlist: Interior of the Year

Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum by Cruz y Ortiz was last year's Interior of the Year. Find out this year's nominees

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Wednesday, 22 October 2014 11:10

Icon Awards 2014: shortlist revealed

The judges have announced the nominees for this year's awards. Click here for the full list and details of the awards ceremony on 4 December

Published in News
Thursday, 22 July 2010 04:13

Stirling Prize shortlist announced

Museums and schools dominate the shortlist for British architecture’s biggest honour, as David Chipperfield, Zaha Hadid, Rick Mather, DSDHA, dRMM and Theis and Khan square up.

Published in News
Friday, 09 April 2010 02:00

Star City

Nottingham Contemporary probes the space race in the imagination of communist Europe.

Published in Review
Friday, 23 March 2007 11:11

The Brick House | icon 026 | August 2005

Why do we make houses out of bricks? Traditionally, it's because they are small enough to be made, carried and laid by hand. Thus a brick wall is inscribed with the energy and skill of its builders.
Published in ICON 026 | August 2005
Wednesday, 21 March 2007 10:22

Caruso St John | icon 004 | July/August 2003

"In a project you bring all of these things together and it's like an amazing experiment, and it has a timescale, and it's provisional; every project is provisional, they're never perfect or complete, and of course you finish the project and you pick things up from it and you take them to the next project, that's fine - maybe we don't do that enough - but it's not moving in a line, but kind of like that, like tentacles, feeling their way through reality, and making a project forces you to engage with reality."