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  1. Culture

Eldred Evans, 1937-2022, OBE whose career began with a competition win while still at Yale

‘The brightest’ Yale classmate of Foster and Rogers; a modernist architect whose designs included Tate St Ives, teacher and active advocate for the profession

3 February 2023

  1. Culture

You can’t sort out inequality and strikes but architecture can send a ray of hope

Socially beneficial schemes shows how architecture can heal cracks, if not divisions, in our communities. Eleanor Young weighs economic optimism against cost of living pessimism

2 February 2023

  1. Products

Reeded House crosses a line between fuzzy and distinct

Reeded House is full of verticals, but the line between old and new, seen and hidden, is distinctly blurred

2 February 2023

MacEwen award 2023

Local commitment and creative engineering produced a sustainable community and tourist amenity in the MacEwen Award winner – Scott Whitby Studio’s Jubilee Pool in Penzance

Sustainability, heritage, grassroots action and social benefit in one scheme

High quality, picturesque holiday homes that are truly accessible to disabled guests are extremely rare, but Clementine Blakemore Architects’ Wraxall Yard breaks the mould

Accessible holiday homes with sustainable style

In an unlikely pairing of library and launderette, Lee Ivett and Ekaterina Stefanescu supply much needed practical and social facilities in Blackpool, on a shoestring budget

Practical and social facilities meet in a library and launderette

A transformative local community project by Invisible Studio, East Quay in Watchet on the Somerset coast, won a special mention in this year’s awards

Transformative community project, Watchet, Somerset

From buses repurposed to serve the homeless to a collaborative community space in Redcar and a launderette-cum-library, 12 projects that involved local people and improved environments have reached the penultimate round of the award

Twelve inspiring projects reach the penultimate round of this year's award

Interiors and lighting

With the latest technology you can design discontinuous ceiling solutions with unrivalled accuracy and faster installation

Ceiling solutions with unrivalled accuracy and faster installation

A quick-dry, minimal sheen paint with a knocked-back chalky finish is bringing an impressive depth of colour to the latest interiors projects

Revitalise interiors with an impressive depth of colour

Discover the elegant knife-edge trim that can turn bulky ceilings into stylish, wafer-thin surfaces with pronounced shifts in height and sharp recessed lighting features

Transform bulky ceilings into stylish, wafer-thin surfaces

Elegant LH-42 seating can be seen in many notable buildings, including Níall McLaughlin Architects' Master's Field pavilion at Balliol College, Oxford

Elegant LH-42 seating looks right at home in Balliol College pavilion

Specify a new range of 'chip on board' strip lights for a subtle high-quality wash of dot-less illumination

Create a subtle high-quality wash of dot-less illumination

Opportunities Hub: Pick work that will pay off for your practice

Want to revitalise a heritage-rich site in Shrewsbury, design a reading space versatile enough to pitch anywhere in the world or lead a Passivhaus-standard leisure centre project? These are the latest architecture contracts and competitions from across the industry

  1. Buildings

Braunschweig University Study Pavilion is flexible and transparent

Architects Gustav Düsing and Max Hacke’s debut building, at Braunschweig Technical University in Germany, merges exterior and interior while being highly flexible in its configuration

3 January 2023

All mirrored Invisible House makes its presence felt

Making an Invisible House doesn’t just need glass and mirrors. For owner/designer Steve Smith at the follow-up to Ghost House with BPN Architects, living trees are all part of the illusion

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