Sadiq Khan wants London to be recognised as the world’s first Park City. Can the concrete metropolis become a rich and diverse nature reserve?
The shopfront mosque represents a new tradition in religious building. Shorn of all detail, with domes and minarets reduced to images on plastic signs, it is nevertheless profound
The second edition of experimental Antepavilion series is huge, yellow, inflatable, and has taken over a canal
The London Festival of Architecture runs for the whole of June, with events and exhibitions taking place all over the city
Peter Barber has brought both quality and sociability to London's social housing, with a string of characterful schemes enlivened by terraces, colonnades and colourful entrances.
Boris Johnson maintains that collapse of the project was down a single journalists personal opinion of designer Thomas Heatherwick
London Architect Amin Taha weaves rich stories of time and place from rough-hewn limestone, terracotta concrete, and even basketwork
The Design Museum’s influential Designers in Residence programme has much to celebrate in its 10th year. But with the discipline breaking out of its traditional role, the set-up is also facing new challenges
The V&A's blockbuster exibition reveals Ocean Liners as the most intense, total works of art that our culture has ever produced.
Andreas Gursky, Amin Taha, the new US London embassy, and the return of High-Tech superstructures: take a sneak peak inside our latest issue, hitting the shops February 28