• Divine architecture: modern religious buildings

    Architecture has always had a role to play in religious worship - here's our pick of the best modern religious buildings, from one of the largest mosques in the world to a diminutive chapel built to honour a 15th-century hermit

  • Moonbase Helsinki: Amos Rex by JKMM Architects

    The Finnish capital’s new cultural centre, Amos Rex by JKMM Architects, establishes a synergy between a restored modernist icon and new underground galleries, beneath a surrealistic public square

  • The Blueprint curated diary: Sharna Jackson

    Sharna Jackson, creative director of Sheffield’s Site Gallery, shares her highlights of what to see and do this winter

  • Concrete oasis: Glenstone Museum by Thomas Phifer and Partners

    Nestled in sleepy Maryland, the new Glenstone Museum, designed by Thomas Phifer and Partners, harnesses nature and concrete to create an immersive, sensory experience blending art and architecture. Far away from crowds and city stress, does ‘slow art’ and silence make for a better museum environment?

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

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

  • Review: Orgatec 2018

    From snaking seating to the death of the desk, Helen Parton reviews the latest furniture trends from Orgatec 2018 in Cologne

  • 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

  • King's Cross Kit-Kats: Coal Drops Yard by Heatherwick Studio

    The long-anticipated and Heatherwick Studio-designed shopping complex in King’s Cross, Coal Drops Yard, finally opens

  • Mountaintop majesty: 007 Elements by Obermoser Architects

    High up in the Austrian Alps, a new museum experience for James Bond lovers, 007 Elements, has been created by Obermoser Architects. Following multiple technical challenges, what has resulted is a breathtaking brutalist building, buried in a mountain

  • Learning labs: co-creating a new educational structure

    New types of laboratories have been emerging across Europe, breaking away from traditional academic practice and encouraging a hands-on, transdisciplinary approach to learning. Is this the model of future education?