Paul Finch's stories
A peaceful place between secular and sacred
From pigsty to showroom, this little histroic structure is cleverly reborn
Doha hosts the Aga Khan Awards and sets out its stall for the future
AR_EA 2007 winner
From Herzog & de Meuron’s Elbphilharmonie to Will Alsop’s Peckham Library, is it important for architecture to ‘fit in’?
The transformation of the Yongsan US Garrison into a parkland proves that architecture can overcome a history of occupation, war and an uneasy truce
While it is still the case that women have yet to achieve equality in the architectural world, the Women in Architecture awards applaud first architectural quality, and then the architect – who happens to be a woman
Belgian architecture continues to strive in the face of a changing political landscape
Editorial: Does it matter what it looks like?Subscription
Is a bad building the same thing as an ugly building, or is a facade only skin-deep?
Editorial: House – the building type that continues to inspire the architectural imaginationSubscription
The house, at its root, is about shelter with varying degrees of comfort, amenity and scale – a carefully balanced combination which makes for experimental ground.