On Architecture

Libraries are now much less about places to house books as places for people to work

Oxford’s brilliant modern buildings

The Burrell Collection’s second chance to capture the hearts of Glasgow

Give up joyless meat-hating for Lent

The new Chelsea Barracks is striking for its forgetfulness

Jonathan Ruffer’s daring philanthropic experiment hopes to bring a different kind of regeneration to the north-east

The Cosmic House breaks through the orthodoxies of modernism with its game-playing, colour and ornament

Ecclesiastical textiles, Regency architecture and relief carvings: welcome to The Critic’s new address

London is no longer a Victorian city constructed on a medieval street plan, but a collection of cheapskate towers and characterless streets

Westminster City’s plan to replace London’s gaslit routes