On Architecture

G.E. Street built or restored 113 churches for the Oxford diocese alone

Maverick John Harris embarked on the closest Britain has ever got to an architecture museum

A once ambitious civic project has devolved into the chaos that is London Wall West

Was there an appetite at the time for monumental buildings, equivalent to those in Moscow?

The Church Institute and Churchmen’s Club at Llanfairfechan need, and deserve, to be preserved

There is a lot more to see and enjoy in Dundee than London reviewers suggested

Christian building mission to regenerate a town

Private housing design has been neglected by architects

The success of the re-opened National Portrait Gallery.

Public taste has shifted; the government must catch-up