Gentrification, Tinder and teetotal teenagers seem to be killing off clubbing, but this London legend is keeping the party going, says Debika Ray
Forty years ago, poverty, crime and de-industrialisation nearly killed off the West’s major cities. Today, an abundance of cash threatens to do a similar thing
UCL’s Bartlett School of Architecture honours its former head by staging a colourful exhibition just in time for his 80th birthday
Curator Marie Bak Mortensen discusses the two proposals for the Mansion House site in the City of London, and what the designs revealed about the architectural climate of their times
Peter Smisek enjoyed relinquishing control during an artistic dining experience. But is there anything that architects and designers can learn from this?
The opening of the Design Museum may be a significant achievement, but this is not how museums should be made or our buildings conserved – it leaves both culture and architecture diminished
The cheerfulness of Second Home’s latest pop-up has more potential to foster diversity than its much-hyped East End office space
The clever restoration of Basil Spence’s livery building shows how the brutes of the post-war era can be modernised without being tamed