Austin-Smith:Lord’s £50m refurbishment of Liverpool Central Library is a compelling read
Derwent London has come up with an office concept that could undercut the rest of the market. But will its basic specifications and industrial design attract prospective occupiers?
Getting the trains to run on time is one thing, but running to the timetable on a project the size of the £700m refurbishment of Birmingham New Street - while keeping the existing station fully operational - is something else entirely. Thomas Lane jumps on board
3D printing isn’t the preserve of sci-fi. Building reports on a technology that offers speed, predictability, efficiency - and more power to architects
From Antarctic ice station to London train station, shopping centre to Shard, this year’s Building Awards shortlist reveals an industry full of ingenuity and inspiration
According to a Dutch idea, older people need on-site restaurants, bars, village squares and beauty parlours. Is the UK is ready for a revolution in care home design?
Exclusive: Carillion has won a £47m batch of schools in the North-west of England
The Regs Files
The proposed streamlining of Parts K and M, and the end of N, have been broadly welcomed by the industry. But would more simplification serve to clarify or confuse?
When a retail and residential project in London was obliged to hold on to an existing 120-year-old facade, the bold solution was an innovative sliding and support system, as Ike Ijeh explains
Do low energy buildings really deliver results? Last month, Thomas Lane found two new-build offices that failed to live up to all their green credentials. Here, he reveals if two refurbished offices performed any better