Architecture Stories

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

All you need to know about John Pawson: Anatomy of Minimum

This powerful new monograph showcases the elements and architectural anatomy at the heart of Pawson's work All you need to know about John Pawson: Anatomy of Minimum

INTERVIEW: Pierluigi Serraino on the 'emotional intensity' of Ezra Stoller

The architect and author of our new Ezra Stoller book explains why the photographer's archive took his breath away INTERVIEW: Pierluigi Serraino on the 'emotional intensity' of Ezra Stoller

The making of Mid-Century Modernism

How did one style of architecture spread right across the globe? Through adaptation, argues Dominic Bradbury The making of Mid-Century Modernism

All you need to know about the Atlas of Mid-Century Modern Houses

Love good living? Then you need the most wide-ranging survey of Mid-Century Modern homes around the world All you need to know about the Atlas of Mid-Century Modern Houses

How women architects shape the way we think about building

New book Breaking Ground argues that the theoretical side of the profession can enable women to thrive How women architects shape the way we think about building

What the Notre Dame fire taught our author about stone

As William Hall watched the Parisian cathedral burn he realised the durability of this ancient building material What the Notre Dame fire taught our author about stone

All you need to know about Breaking Ground

Get this pioneering visual manifesto of 200 plus incredible buildings designed by women all over the world All you need to know about Breaking Ground

All you need to know about Stone

Take a tour of some of the world's best buildings - all made from the oldest and most enduring building material All you need to know about Stone

Morten Bo Jensen on how to build an extraordinary house

The architects in Houses: Extraordinary Living explain how they put drama into domestic living Morten Bo Jensen on how to build an extraordinary house

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