Modernism has failed and it is time to return to diligent study of the best of traditional architecture

Ideologues and marketers are ruining the Royal Institute of British Architects

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

Attractive architecture should draw from the past while looking to the future

Britain’s oldest purpose-built synagogue faces a new, more insidious threat

Gavin Stamp’s posthumous book is a magnificent tour d’horizon, a bible of the styles available to architects between the wars

Far too many young people are woefully ignorant of the splendour and meaning of our rich ecclesiastical architecture

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

Where do the acts too big for pubs but too small for arenas play?

A new history of graffiti and rebellion is less light and bawdy than one may have expected