'Architecture is already a fairly exclusive profession and the financial realities of studying are making it even more so. We risk a future where an architectural profession will only be for those who can afford it.'
Once it was the route to the Crystal Palace for tourists from around the world, now it is home to more nocturnal visitors.
For over 130 years the Natural History Museum has been changing the way it displays its exhibits, and in the process enthralling generations of visitors.
Ernö Goldfinger and the Abbatts blazed a trail for Modernist, child-friendly design in 1930’s Britain.
A place of worship for 400 years and a magnificent example of Persian architecture
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.