Can Architecture Produce Another Bauhaus?

We consider the movement’s legacy and whether a new architectural language could dominate in the 21st century

Architecture's robot revolution

New projects suggest that automation may be heading for the mainstream of the construction industry

An interview with Pricegore’s Dingle Price

Pricegore's Dingle Price on their bold design for the 2019 Dulwich Pavilion and site-sensitive architecture

Prefabulous: Modular Design

Prefabricated construction has moved well past the old stereotype as a homogenous option of last resort

Designing Climate-Resilient Buildings

As the world’s climate changes, increasingly volatile weather events are presenting new challenges

Rozana Montiel: Sustainability Pioneer

How her work focused on social participation is driving fresh approaches to sustainability

True Mixed-Use

Edward Street Quarter is the largest commercial development to be built in Brighton, UK for 25 years

An Interview with EBBA’s Benni Allan

Founder of EBBA Architects on his Spanish heritage and interest in open-ended architecture

Canada: Taking Timber to New Heights

A growing number of projects in Canada are using timber construction to create functional but sustainable structures

A Moral Obligation: Net-Zero Design

With the built-up environment a serious contributor of carbon emissions, architects have a part to play

Space Quest: Solving the Urban Parking Crisis

Finding a parking space in today’s urban centres can be a gruelling business. But smart technology can help