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A settlement of 14 Passivhaus homes, designed by Hamson Barron Smith, has been built in a Norfolk woodland. Ike Ijeh explains why observing this small project could provide the key to a scheme of nationwide significance
The lack of a consistent approach to BIM software product data means that exchanges can be inaccurate and cause problems
St Peter’s Seminary near Glasgow is a brutalist ruin that is being given new life as an arts venue. What makes the refurb really unusual is that the crumbling decay, instead of being covered, will be used as a central feature
- Live Works: As you like it
- A question of priorities
- Bay watch
- Elbphilharmonie: Crown jewel
- 2016: Back to the future - part two
- 2016: Back to the future - part one
The surprise winner of this year’s Stirling Prize shows continuing strained relations between architecture and politics
Riots are forgotten as this year’s Open House weekend celebrates London
What, if anything, can architecture do to address the social ills at the heart of London’s recent unrest?
- Stir Crazy: The 2011 Stirling Prize Shortlist
- Amazing Grace?
- Happy Birthday Sir George!
- Book review: Architect's Legal Pocket Book
- The Secret Garden: Serpentine Pavilion 2011
- Square Deal?
- Electric Designs: Pylons & Architecture