Heritage minister withdraws protected status after deciding former HQ of architects Ryder and Yates in Killingworth is not of special architectural or historic interest
Despite being marketed as a gaming device, the Rift has applications in architecture, art and medicine
Nicknamed ‘Saint Vladimir’s’, the new church serves Putin’s image-making aims of Russia as a major power
Urban explorer and photographer Andrew Marland has captured the ghostly beauty of the country's abandoned architecture
The directive says buildings should be 'economic' and 'pleasing to the eye'
The structure will cover 8 million sq. feet
The controversial winners of the 2015 Turner Prize — a collective of east London architects called Assemble — are putting into production the handmade designs for the home that helped them scoop the annual award for contemporary art.
Royal Institute hires QC to investigate accusations by the ‘Riba role model’
Out of America: Its glowering bulk and windowless lower storeys evoke dark and sinister power, recalling the state within the state that Hoover created
Brick is back in favour with architects. The best of their recent work features in the 39th annual Brick Awards. Here is a selection of our favourite shortlisted properties.
Smoke from nearby wood-burning crematorium is yellowing the mausoleum’s marble
Ambitious internal renovation project has startling effect, but for some architecture lovers it is a disgrace
The repairs are more urgent than the projected £7 billion cost to the taxpayer of restoring the crumbling Houses of Parliament
Fishermen are making use of the re-appearance of the ruins to ferry curious passengers around its walls
Judges hail Burntwood School as 'the clear winner' for setting a standard in design 'that every child in Britain deserves'