Our societies have allowed special interests to tear down living architecture

The demolition of M&S on Oxford Street is indicative of a wider attitude towards interwar architecture

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

This collection of measured drawings recovers the backbone of architectural education

John Martin Robinson’s second memoir pulls no punches against the cult of Modernism

Findings from lockdown suggest environments lacking the complexity of life may pose a threat to humanity

What have modern architects learned from their most trenchant critic?

The solemn, febrile and deeply bonkers ferment of interwar modernism

Tim Abrahams says fans of Modernism should accept sensitive redevelopment

Tim Abrahams asks whether the crisis will prompt builders to create the type of houses we need