• Reworking the traditional terrace: Grosvenor Avenue by fourth_space

    High-quality interior finishes, generous proportions and a living wall set this 10-apartment building in Islington above the run-of-the-mill speculative development, showing what a determined architect can do — even with a tough client and tight budget

  • From car park to arts centre: Ty Pawb by Featherstone Young

    In the heart of Wrexham, Wales, Featherstone Young has created Tŷ Pawb, a market and community arts centre under one roof

  • Ship shape: V&A Dundee by Kengo Kuma

    Kengo Kuma’s magnificent V&A Dundee opened its doors this autumn, attracting record numbers in its opening weeks. We take a closer look at, and around, this iconic building — and examine the context and collective energy that helped bring the project to fruition

  • Pragmatic and poetic: St Teresa’s sixth-form centre by IF_DO

    IF_DO’s St Teresa’s sixth-form building in the Surrey Hills immerses students in nature to enhance wellbeing

  • The architects tackling the housing crisis

    Having once been the envy of the world for the quality of its housing, the UK’s current output is now regarded as one of the worst. How can architects bring their ingenuity and vision to remedy this situation?

  • Art of the invisible: The new Royal Academy by David Chipperfield Architects

    London’s Royal Academy of Arts has been surgically attached and integrated with its neighbouring building, nearly doubling in size, adding new galleries and making visible the art school at its heart

  • Review: Night fever – designing club culture

    Vitra Design Museum’s latest show immerses visitors in the world of nightclubs, to explore how design has shaped our nightlife

  • 'The only brief was to express our values': Grafton Architects on curating the Venice Biennale

    Before the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale opened, we met with the curators, Shelley McNamara and Yvonne Farrell of Grafton Architects, to discuss the practice's work, alongside the perils and pleasures of bringing the Biennale to fruition

  • Brief Encounters

    Two artists have taken up a year-long residency with Tunbridge Wells Museum to express the town’s history and identity in their work

  • The reincarnation of London Bridge Station

    Amid a five year, £1bn reconstruction project by Grimshaw Architects, London Bridge Station had to remain operational throughout. Finally unveiled, what has resulted is one of the most connective and innovative rail projects in the UK to date