Architecture

The Archbishops don’t realise the significance of the church building

A church is not the same as an old castle or a pub

There’s no case for the costly decant of parliament now

The plan to remodel Lutyens’s grand capital is a monument to conceit

From music to medicine: the secrets of a Kensington home

Gavin Stamp believed in what he saw. Roger Scruton saw what he believed in

75 years after the Dresden bombings, Lincoln Allison discusses the raising of razed cities

Sir Roger Scruton and the architectural establishment

Listed landmarks face the threat of short-sightedness and greed

Durham’s concrete masterpiece needs love, not the wrecking ball