Interior of St Peter’s now
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Reinventing the ruins of St Peter’s seminary

Can a derelict modernist landmark to the west of Glasgow be saved?

The former Wickham's department store in Mile End Road Stepney London. Image shot 2009. Exact date unknown....BAK1F8 The former Wickham's department store in Mile End Road Stepney London. Image shot 2009. Exact date unknown.
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Quirky East End survivor under threat

Battle begins to save London’s best architectural joke

London is most expensive place to build

Complex planning rules combine with land prices to push up costs

Han show theare
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Wanda challenges Disney over theme parks

Push into leisure sector shows chairman’s ambitions

The Reading Room at the Wellcome Collection’s London building

The Wellcome Collection Reading Room

A facelift for the home of one of London’s most quirky yet accessible collections of treasures

Garden Bridge

What could be wrong with Garden Bridge over Thames?

Edwin Heathcote questions newly approved, privately run landmark

Kellaway v Brûlé on workplace design

Lucy visits Monocle to inspect its new manifesto for business

ThyssenKrupp cable free lift

ThyssenKrupp unveils cable-free elevators

‘Holy grail’ design would allow multiple lifts to use the same shaft

Rodney Fitch at his west London home
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A founder’s epitaph: he was fully engaged

The late retail designer Rodney Fitch embodied the greatest qualities of an entrepreneur

The Harvard Art Museums with the new addition by Renzo Piano
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Renzo Piano’s revamp of the Harvard Art Museums

The makeover is long overdue but has the architect gone far enough?

A dark past, handled with sensitivity

The ECB helped create a memorial to Jews beneath its new HQ

Towers that cast a shadow on New York

The city’s latest high-rise homes highlight its inequality, writes Edwin Heathcote

Frank Gehry’s Fondation Louis Vuitton

The structure in Paris’s Bois de Boulogne has been built to house the art collection of Bernard Arnault, France’s richest man

PAD buyers jump the starting gun

Early sale at the eclectic London art and design fair

Oxford’s new architecture

Jan Morris returns to her alma mater to find the historic city reinvigorated by new buildings

What are design museums actually for?

From Hong Kong to NewYork, they are popping up all over the world – but what should fill these buildings

Ceramics fired with a new sense of purpose

The venerable company of Sèvres has surprising links with contemporary creators

O’Donnell+Tuomey wins Riba Gold Medal

Little-known Irish firm earns respect for powerful public architecture

Movies’ love affair with the metropolis

Edwin Heathcote looks at film makers’ enduring interest in city street life and skyscrapers

The architecture of Scottish independence

Country has struggled in recent years to build on its rich history