A new exhibition at the Building Centre showcases a surprisingly rich resurgence of ceramics in architecture
There's still a way to go in challenging how we think about and design bathrooms, says Charles Holland
Douglas Murphy asks what this year’s line-up for the prestigious award says about the state of British architecture
The artist's holiday home in Wrabness for Living Architecture is a shrine to a fictional woman, her life story elaborately told through the building’s tiles and tapestries. But the project was also the final act in the colourful career of FAT Architecture. With its eclectic, scholarly mix of styles, it is a fitting farewell
Our new issue (out on 4 June) celebrates the arrival of summer, with FAT and Grayson Perry’s House for Essex, Ooze Architects’ King’s Cross swimming pond, the surprising modernist history of Center Parcs and Bruno Drummond’s Cedric Price-inspired photo essay
Featured in our upcoming Leisure issue, the artist’s flamboyant structure in Essex, completed this month, was inspired by the stacked forms of Norwegian stave churches
For an exhibition at his London studio, the the Israel-born, UK-based designer has turned a chance observation and an idle pastime into an artwork – or is it a process?