• Preview: Surface Design Show 2019

    Veronica Simpson takes a look at the highlights of February’s Surface Design Show in London

  • Street life: Ordnance Road by Peter Barber Architects

    Eleven townhouses and four bungalows — all for social rent — have been created in the London suburb of Enfield. With a brand new mews and a focus on social space, the low-rise buildings bring a sense of warmth and intimacy to the streetscape

  • Futurebuild welcomes Vision in 2019

    Futurebuild is excited to partner with and welcome Vision to the 2019 event, to provide a London focused seminar programme alongside an unrivalled networking opportunity for architects, housebuilders and developers.

  • Chicago's hidden intervention: Wrightwood 659 by Tadao Ando

    In a wealthy, residential Chicago neighbourhood, a 1920s apartment block has been radically transformed inside by Tadao Ando’s concrete minimalism. As a new space for socially engaged art and architecture, Wrightwood 659 finds surprising opportunity in adapting historic fabric

  • Timber Trades Journal announces its Wood and Wellness Conference

    Exploring the positive impact that timber can have on health and well-being, Timber Trade Journal will be hosting its Wood and Wellness Conference at the Hilton London Tower Bridge on the 13th of February, 2019.

  • Library in the clouds: Oodi by ALA Architects

    In Finland the right to visit a library has been enshrined in law for almost a century. Now in Helsinki, ALA Architects has created the crown jewel of libraries, Oodi, on the most prime piece of real estate in the country. Don’t expect too many books though — that’s just not what the modern library is all about

  • The Gantry by Hawkins\Brown

    The London 2012 Olympic Legacy is being realised at Here East, where Hawkins\Brown have made a new space for artists and makers within the existing steel gantry of the former broadcast centre

  • 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

  • The top 10 best Art Deco buildings in the world

    We share a selection of the best Art Deco buildings in the world, chosen by the author of ‘Art Deco City: The World’s Most Beautiful Buildings’, Arnold Schwartsman.

  • The Blueprint collaboration interviews: Daniel Libeskind and Thomas Heatherwick

    From master planning New York’s World Trade Center site to designing the Coal Drops Yard in London, Daniel Libeskind and Thomas Heatherwick share their creative process exclusively with Blueprint editor Johnny Tucker. In two filmed interviews held at Arper, and transcribed here, they explain how collaboration is at the very heart of everything they do