The entirety of Sweden's northen-most city is moving to prevent it from sinking into the ground
Their landmark Georgian home was an empty nest, so Philip and Caroline Cooper decided to sell-up and keep a plot of land in their garden to build their dream home...
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...
But critics will warn those hungry for a mile-high tower that they should heed the warnings of Babel
The 80-storey, 300m-high wooden building would create 1,000 new residences
The London skyline is becoming increasingly dominated by tall towers made of steel and glass. Now something more extraordinary has been suggested to join the Shard, the Gherkin and even the Cheesegrater: a giant skyscraper made of wood.
Generous and kind, but with a quick temper, the world-class architect and the legendary comedian had much in common
Urban explorer and photographer Andrew Marland has captured the ghostly beauty of the country's abandoned architecture
With another film set to defame the tower block, Christopher Beanland does a screen property survey
Acclaimed critic Jonathan Meades says it is 'shocking' that architects are kept out of so many construction projects
Branded a 'heritage massacre', a ninth-century castle in Spain has recently joined a growing list of botched jobs
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.
When Daniel died, his friends were unsurprised to find that he had designed and sculpted his own tombstone ready to be erected in his local cemetery
Architects have unveiled plans for One Undershaft, a 310m tower which would be the tallest so far in the City of London
Researchers say 14,000-year-old carvings by 'Paleolithic Picasso' depict a campsite built by early hunter-gatherers