De Vylder Vinck Taillieu’s Caritas psychiatric centre in Melle brings the outside in
With pivoting bookshelves and vanishing doors, Amin Taha + Groupwork create flexible spaces to live and work in London’s historical Clerkenwell neighbourhood
Restoration of the Sala Beckett building in Barcelona by Flores & Prats puts their stamp on the building without excising its ghosts
Cedric Price (1934-2003)Subscription
Behind the 9am brandies, cigars and extreme lunching lies Price’s vision of public leisure, freedom and equality
Outrage: ‘until the Grenfell tragedy, the housing crisis has mostly been slower and more grinding’Subscription
Is a historic crisis what will prompt action over the dire housing shortage for the under-privileged?
Spaces that have all the basic threshold qualities of architecture, but are themselves a part of a larger structure, force us to rethink how we expect architecture to behave
The end of utopiaSubscription
Architects have always dreamed of building a better world, dreams that were realised on a gigantic new scale in the twentieth century, but since the 1970s this ambition has faded – so why did we stop thinking about tomorrow?
Notopia: The fall of streets in the skySubscription
The three-dimensional city was undoubtedly naive, but the implications of its disappearance are profound
Uncovering the forgotten works of MackintoshSubscription
Lesser-known projects question the legacy of Charles Rennie Mackintosh; was he really a lone misunderstood genius, or just a great late Victorian architect?
Frei Otto (1925-2015)Subscription
2015 Pritzker Prize winner Frei Otto freed architecture from simple geometry to design interactions between humans, technology and nature