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Annabelle Tan mashes up Song dynasty traditions with Gainsborough and Sydney Lee

Annabelle Tan is Eye Line's stand-out 1st winner, student, for her exquisite drawings, depth and rigour, and ‘clear sense of spatial narrative’ laying traditional forms of Asian representation on the Romantic English landscape

27 July 2021

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Rory Chisholm creates interwoven micro to macro courtyard design for Ancoats

Rory Chisholm’s fascination with courtyards – like ‘a simple clearing in the woods’ – produced the pencil and ink drawing of Manchester that netted him 1st winner, practitioner

27 July 2021

  1. Culture

Eye Line winners show the power of drawing

Eye Line entrants bared heart and soul with impassioned, thoughtful images

27 July 2021

Buildings edit

This visitor building for a Scottish sawmill complex is testament to the architect's strong roots in craftsmanship, writes David Reat

This visitor building for a Scottish sawmill complex is testament to the architect's strong roots in craftsmanship

After 15 years, the Crafts Council Gallery is back in action following a revamp to give the grade II listed former chapel a more welcoming public face and a reworked exhibition area, says Pamela Buxton

The Crafts Council Gallery is back in action following a revamp to give it a more welcoming public space

Timothy Smith and Jonathan Taylor’s extension of an 1835 house in Hoxton accentuates the building’s original architectural style

Timothy Smith and Jonathan Taylor’s extension of an 1835 house accentuates its original architectural style

Two residential buildings in brick and precast concrete reflect their varied constructional context

Rich facades add dignity and heft to the street

Sou Fujimoto revives former ryokan in Maebashi, Japan, by creating a soaring concrete ‘living room for locals’ and inviting artists from around the world to design bedrooms and site-specific artworks

Sou Fujimoto's revamped and extended former 1970s ryokan gives city of Maebashi new creative energy

Cladding

The metal is a versatile choice for building envelopes, offering the specifier multiple finish, colour, installation and fixing options for imaginative and inspirational facades

Zinc offers specifiers multiple options for imaginative facades

New Colin Forbes Building provides climate-controlled storage for Sedgwick Museum's vast fossil and rock collection at the University of Cambridge

Cupaclad chosen for University of Cambridge geology building

Made from metamorphic rock, the premium roof slate has a green-grey finish and impressive strength that makes it perfect for historic and conservation area projects

Made from metamorphic rock, Riverstone is prized for its beauty

Used in award-winning UK buildings, the Michelmersh clay-facing products offer architects an impressive selection of colours and textures alongside a small ecological footprint

The Michelmersh bricks featuring in award-winning UK buildings

Discover the range of engineered exterior coverings for facade cladding, balcony panelling, sun blinds, soffits and more

Trespa Meteon for facade cladding, balcony panelling and more

  1. Buildings

Excavated concrete interior combines with inhabited grassy mounds at Shiroiya Hotel

Sou Fujimoto revives former ryokan in Maebashi, Japan, by creating a soaring concrete ‘living room for locals’ and inviting artists from around the world to design bedrooms and site-specific artworks

29 June 2021

Guttfield Architecture’s Cherry Tree House reinvents the rural extension

A sprawling Victorian farm workers’ house in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is given a modernism-inspired new lease of life, with flint and larch detailing offering a twist on local building traditions

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