There are two reasons why an architect might need to stick their nose into how concrete is made
Wren Architecture’s cinema and community space highlights the latent potential of disused shopping precincts
Edinburgh Park began life in the 1990s as a business park but is being reimagined as a mixed-used urban quarter.
As its name suggests, Cambridge University’s West Hub is primarily a place for connections to happen
Four buildings that invite you to roam, from a castle-like museum and an eery island gallery, to a tea house on a rock
Mikhail Riches has taken a light-touch approach to the latest phase of the mammoth regeneration project
Exposed concrete finishes can be both beautiful and sustainable
One of the final pieces has been dropped into place on the Olympic Park’s East Village masterplan.
A research project in Northern Ireland is exploring how adding recycled carbon could make better concrete
The delicate facade of Orange Architects’ 72-home apartment building on Amsterdam’s IJ waterfront