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Monumental Lies

Robert’s recent book Monumental Lies: Culture Wars and the Truth about the Past is proving a critical success. The book examines the politicisation of the historic environment and reminds us why material evidence matters so much. It has been a book of the year in the Financial Times,  the Art Newspaper and elsewhere. Robert is undertaking a…


Eileen Gray

Can a house have a £MeToo moment? Restoring Eileen Gray’s pioneering house



Extending the canvas. Tate Modern’s towering extension.


Gobelki Tepe

The world’s oldest temple. Did architecture begin here?

Jamie Fobert

Jamie Fobert

An architect in the cultural moment


Frida Escobedo

The Mexican’s Serpentine Pavilion

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Pawson in Wales

John Pawson’s holiday home. Welsh Wizardry


All about Yves

YSL in Marrakech. All about Yves


Forensic Architecture

Uncovering Architecture Crimes. Forensic Architecture

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House for Essex

First look inside Grayson Perry and FAT’s fantasia.



Title: Weimarana Subtext: Does the new Bauhaus museum have unintended bite?

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BIG profile

Denmark’s hottest architectural export profiled in the Evening Standard.

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Terror and the city

After the Paris attacks: Does modernism lead to terrorism.

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Caruso St John

Tuesday 29 September 2015 The practice profiled on the opening of the Newport St Gallery

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Heritage and human rights

Why it is vital to link the two. Op Ed for the Evening Standard.

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Is art worth a life?

The story behind the film. For The Times of London

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From Ruth Glass to Spike Lee

The origins of gentrification. For The Guardian

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Jan Gehl on cycling cities

Bevan interviews the pioneering urban designer for Mondial

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New Whitney

Piano’s new Whitney Museum is a dull affair, writes Bevan in the Architectural Review

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A tale of two towers

London’s towers compared for the launch of the Architects’ Journal Skyline campaign

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New intelligence

Architecture in the post parametric age for Intelligent Life


Spanish netherlands

Cruz y Ortiz’s remodelling of the Rijksmuseum has many qualities but has it solved the museum’s basic problems?


All that is solid melts

The Louvre in Lens brings a shine to a former spoil tip in northern France


Me London

Can hi-tech architecture create the perfect hotel bedroom?


Gehry’s architecture business

Gehry’s business school in Sydney prioritises branding over architecture.

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National Gallery of Australia

The new Aboriginal wing makes a less than impressive entrance.


Art in the office

Durbach Block’s creative HQ for Melbourne fashion maven and art patron Naomi Milgrom.

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Hepworth & Turner

Chipperfield’s architectural double act. The Hepworth is a fine follow up to Berlin’s Neues Museum.


North Bank South Bank

Australia’s arts complexes under the spotlight.

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Lightbulb moments

Changing a light bulb is easier than building a green power plant but the new globes bring their own problems.



Singapore finest. WOHA profiled in The Australian’s Wish magazine.



Sydney and Melbourne’s architectural cultures go head-to-head

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Zaha Hadid

The diva of decon’s first Australian interview.

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Design scene: Copenhagen

An architectural travel guide to design central.

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Thomas Heatherwick

The inventor behind the Olympic torch.


Bushfire House

You dont have to build concrete bunkers to balance risk and fire safety.


Brooklyn’s design scene

America’s fourth largest city has become the hipster heart of art and design.


Venice Biennale 2012

Architecture’s new mood. For The Australian newspaper.


Cycling Copenhagen

How Denmark’s capital made the sustainable stylish. From The Australian’s Wish supplement