Wendy Woods House at the Donald Woods Centre in Eastern Cape, South Africa
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Donald Woods Centre in South Africa

Family of the anti-apartheid campaigner build centre to provide healthcare, education and business advice

Cross-section of St Paul’s by Christopher Wren (c1673); studies from sketchbooks by Alvaro Siza (1970s)
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Architects’ drawings in the digital age

Technology has transformed architecture — and how we see it

Trellick Tower, West London. For UK News.
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In defence of Britain’s Brutalist estates

Despite its image, social housing architecture can be saved

Alejandro Aravena and Elemental's Quinta Monroy development in Iquique, Chile

Pritzker Prize 2016: Alejandro Aravena

An architect known for working with the poor and dispossessed has won his profession’s leading honour

The restored crypt at Christ Church Spitalfields includes a new café. Photo: David Grandorge
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Christ Church Spitalfields, London: ‘A site for good in the city’

The crypt of the 18th-century church has been restored as a place for gathering

©Renzo Piano Building Workshop/Charlie Bibby

254m Paddington tower plans attacked

Residents attack ‘gigantic and monstrous’ 72-storey block

Tokyo orders ‘hamburger’ Olympic stadium

Architects say design is similar to previously rejected blueprint

Edinburgh rejects Royal High hotel plan

Conservationists win fierce battle but decision dismays business

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Tallest tower to give City skyline a lift

Design of 1 Undershaft provides link with historic places of worship

Why I love my office building

Just when designers are building better work spaces, people are losing the habit of working in them

Funding boost for Manchester arts centre

Dutch revealed as architects as The Factory on former Granada TV site receives extra £9m a year

National Gallery of Singapore

The city’s latest cultural centre has been created from two significant former colonial buildings

Africa: the connected continent

Design and the digital world on show at the Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao

Theaster Gates’ Sanctum, Bristol

The Social Practice artist’s first public work in the UK

Peckham car park on shortlist for artists

Council nears decision on plans for creative space

Chicago broadens horizons with architecture biennial

The city that invented the skyscraper looks to the future

‘Aldgate Bauhaus’ put on the market

London Metropolitan University is selling Cass faculty building

Lacma’s Frank Gehry retrospective

The rich haul of ‘typically counter-intuitive’ work by the architect is on show

Advertising columns: how to ‘read’ a city

Sites for billboards and posters act as cultural nodes, defining a city’s identity and myths

Comprehensive school wins Stirling Prize

Accolade for Burntwood a nod to era of civic planning

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