• Blueprint launches interactive virtual event, discussing collaboration

    Taking place on Thursday 16th April, Blueprint’s special online event invites viewers to hear how six architects and designers view ‘collaboration’

  • Fenix I Loft Apartments by Mei Architects and Planners

    A historic dockyard warehouse in Rotterdam has been given a new lease of life as a mixed-use cultural and residential hub by Mei Architects and Planners, turning this once proud industrial building into a beacon of regenerative ambition.

  • White City Living beckons new residents to White City

    White City is transforming into an exciting west London neighbourhood, thanks to a multi-billion pound revitalisation. We find out about the district's new residential development, White City Living by St James, which is offering people the chance to become part of the new community.

  • Metal heart: Oklahoma Contemporary by Rand Elliott Architects

    New arts centre Oklahoma Contemporary, designed by Rand Elliott Architects, provides Oklahoma City with galleries, performance spaces and studios to support a growing local creative scene. But the building’s defining feature is its aluminium skin, which reflects the ever-changing sky of a state known for its extreme weather

  • Hempcrete home: Flat House by Practice Architecture and Material Cultures

    On a Cambridgeshire farm, a new home is made from the crop grown on the land around it. But this hempcrete house is part of an ambitious wider project exploring how natural materials can be used at scale in construction

  • The struggle to save the Eames House

    In order to save Charles and Ray Eames’ iconic home in California’s Pacific Palisades, Charles’ granddaughter Lucia Dewey Atwood has launched a long-term conservation project for the modernist monument in which she spent much of her childhood. But preservation does not mean a sealed museum, she insists

  • A prison that's part of the neighbourhood

    In Nanterre, LAN (Local Architecture Network) has delivered a surprising urban prison that’s part of the neighbourhood

  • Playing with tradition: Bumpers Oast by ACME

    In Kent, ACME has created an inventive, spacious and contemporary home inspired by the iconic local vernacular of oast houses

  • From wallpaper factory to artist haven: UCLA's Graduate Arts Studio by Johnston Marklee

    Johnston Marklee’s new UCLA Margo Leavin Graduate Arts Studio in Culver City reimagines the boundaries of cast concrete to create a nurturing and functional set of spaces for the celebrated art school and its students

  • Beacons of utility: the new wave of public works projects

    From sewage works to power plants, more public works projects are harnessing architecture and civic presence to elevate the typology — and better engage people with the vital infrastructure that sustains daily life