Articles relating to: Architecture
The autumn edition of the modernist celebrates 10 years and 40 issues of our humble little magazine.Read the full story..
Where did all of our arts schools go?Read the full story..
Wander through the gift shops of Sheffield these days, lockdown permitting, and you could be forgiven for thinking that colossal cliffs of concrete were always among the city’s most beloved landmarks.Read the full story..
Over the past few years, I’ve interviewed lots of celebrities and people of note. But I was bricking it when I was granted a chat with the Stockport Viaduct.Read the full story..
An unassuming red-brick building on the corner of a main road (cue attractive pelican crossing), Stretford Public Hall has been home to some pretty incredible moments.Read the full story..
As if you needed another reason to visit Berlin. Throughout 2019, Germany is celebrating 100 years of the Bauhaus, and Berlin is putting itself centre stage.Read the full story..
“It felt wrong to walk on these tiles, such is their beauty and delicacy.” The Minton tiles, St George’s Hall, Liverpool
The window of opportunity is slender. I’m usually on holiday or working, but this year I got lucky.Read the full story..
In the North of England, the chances are you’re closer to a mosque than you think.Read the full story..
Sir Edwin Lutyens – The Arts and Crafts House is a new take on the legacy and astonishing beauty of Lutyens’ design and architecture by author David Cole.Read the full story..
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