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

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

Only one with a slightly deranged confidence could ever have attempted it

Was the reactionary caricature, immortalised by Powell and Pressburger, actually a moral visionary?

The totalitarian trend in Modernism demands acknowledgement

Civic architecture should be more than functional

The true scale of his legacy is gradually becoming apparent

Public taste has shifted; the government must catch-up

A new book deconstructs nihilistic pretensions of intellectuals

A pivotal figure in the move against modernism