Palais Bulles — or the "Bubble Palace" as it's better known — in Cannes, France, is the most expensive property in Europe.
It is thought to be the largest royal tomb of its kind ever discovered
This Tatsfield property is on paper a conventional three-bedroom family home with a nice garden, but for many reasons is out of this world...
Residents are at odds over the i360 tower, which opens next week. Does it symbolise a golden future or encroaching corporatism? And why does a city with so many other problems need it? Kashmira Gander reports
Built in 1975, this magnificent earth house with a Hobbit-like entrance tunnel has been carved into a hillside in the Upper Holme Valley.
Russian planners are abandoning the urban experiments of recent years and embracing a new approach
Integrated within a vibrant landscape and mature trees, Trafalgar House is said to "transform the built environment" and is up for RIBA's prestigious architecture award...
For such an old city as New York, there are surprisingly few buildings that remain of her time
Graphic designer Peter Chadwick’s new book is a love song to the beauty of concrete. Kashmira Gander looks at the social issues underlying the rehabilitated aesthetics
This showstopping home cinema built in a Buckinghamshire summerhouse is a crazy dream come true for Mission: Impossible sound mixer, David Crozier.
The winner of 11 awards and on the market for the first time since completion, this stunning conversion is a perfect hideaway
Revealed today, the RIBA national award winners list is dominated by social housing, schools, hospitals, and libraries. The coveted RIBA Stirling Prize for the UK’s best building of the year will be drawn from these 46 award-winning buildings...
This former air force base three miles north-east of Saffron Walden has been turned into a contemporary four-bedroom home with commanding views of the area.
The Turner Prize winning artist's House for Essex is to be opened to guests for its second year, but enter now as there's not much time left...
Big Ben will be silenced for 'several months' during a £29 million refurbishment
An architectural award for libraries led Kashmira Gander to ponder the relationship between space and mood