Architecture Stories

Pawson Projects: Home Farm, England

Why did the minimalist architect choose to turn a disordered group of rural buildings into a new home for himself? Pawson Projects: Home Farm, England

Ezra Stoller’s Modern America: The Breuer House

With the help of the architect himself, Stoller captured a brilliantly cohesive vision of mid-century domesticity Ezra Stoller’s Modern America: The Breuer House

Architecture by Women: Elizabeth Diller

The Broad is characterised by Diller's honeycomb outer shell that provides filtered light to view the art inside Architecture by Women: Elizabeth Diller

Ezra Stoller’s Modern America: The Finnish Pavilion

Stoller’s shot of Aalto’s NYC pavilion initiated an approach that led to some of the best ever architectural photos Ezra Stoller’s Modern America: The Finnish Pavilion

Architecture by Women: Špela Videčnik

This Slovenian architect used restriction as a starting point for her creativity with this spectacular new stadium Architecture by Women: Špela Videčnik

One thing not to miss in Tokyo

The Sumida Hokusai Museum is one of many highlights in our newly released Wallpaper* City Guide One thing not to miss in Tokyo

Architecture by Women: Mariam Kamara

Find out how one female architect brought religious worship and secular learning together in a remote African village Architecture by Women: Mariam Kamara

INTERVIEW: Jane Hall on the walls women must climb to make great buildings

Breaking Ground's author says prejudice isn’t the only reason women find it hard to make it in architecture INTERVIEW: Jane Hall on the walls women must climb to make great buildings

Deyan Sudjic says John Pawson is a bit like Stanley Kubrick

The Design Museum director says the moviemaker and the architect share a remarkable purity of purpose Deyan Sudjic says John Pawson is a bit like Stanley Kubrick

INTERVIEW: William Hall on why the future of architecture is set in Stone

The author of the latest book in our Building Materials series believes Stone is hard to beat in a climate emergency INTERVIEW: William Hall on why the future of architecture is set in Stone

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