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Dust to dust: Bushey New Cemetery, Hertfordshire, UK, by Waugh Thistleton ArchitectsSubscription

By Catherine Slessor

The rammed-earth pavilions of Waugh Thistleton’s Bushey New Cemetery provide an elegant and sober setting for funerals in a suburban idyll

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Foreign exchange: Bauhaus in BritainSubscription

In spite of a desire to appear to embrace foreigners and foreignness, history shows that the UK failed to realise the potential of many of its famed architect immigrants – and little has changed

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Driving the social divide: planning in Belfast reinforces the city’s segregationSubscription

Proving roads and urban planning can be as divisive as walls: twenty years since the peace process began Belfast remains a city disunited

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Hélène Binet: ‘I am interested in making you dream about the place’VideoSubscription

Winner of the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize 2019, photographer Hélène Binet talks dreams, Zaha Hadid and photography you can hold in your hands following the Women in Architecture awards in March

Moving pictures: Flint House by Skene Catling de la PeñaVideoSubscription

An atmospheric film of the wedge-shaped award-winning house 

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William Morris (1834-1896)Subscription

Central to the revivial of British textile arts and methods of production, Morris’ life was a constant tustle between his fervent socialist values and a concern with catering to the ‘swinish luxury of the rich’

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Richard Seifert (1910-2001)Subscription

Both a broad commercial success and a persistent critical failure, Seifert defined the high-capital foil to the more welfare-focused architectural culture of post-war London

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