After becoming the first female member of the RIBA, Ethel Mary Charles went on to design a range of small projects.
Some of our architectural items are almost revered and have a special place in history.
Without the right tools, even the most talented architect would have found it difficult to create accurate drawings.
The Smithsons’ unbuilt design for a new Coventry Cathedral would have ‘floated’ above the ground.
The renowned Irish architects Sheila O'Donnell and John Tuomey received the 2015 Royal Gold Medal, the world’s most prestigious architecture award.
British artist Cyril Arthur Farey was in high demand by architects for his ability to produce meticulous and realistic drawings.
This book is the first treatise on architecture in English.
Restructured CIC appoints new board members and refocuses as single voice of the professions.
A beautiful and unconventional extension to a London terraced house designed by Tsuruta Architects has been awarded the 2016 Stephen Lawrence Prize.