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  1. January 29, 2014

    Nash Ensemble, Wigmore Hall, London – review

    “You can’t dance like this in Schubert,” exclaimed Roderick Williams, as he joined the small chorus line of three singers...

  2. March 3, 2013

    Cinderella, Broadway Theatre, New York

    When Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella premiered on US television in 1957, starring Julie Andrews, it was watched by 100m...

  1. January 23, 2012

    Let’s choose towns for all, not suburban sprawl

    The UK government is poised to make its most important decision for more than a decade on the future of our cities and our...

  2. September 30, 2011

    The Art-Architecture Complex

    I like this title. It suggests the uncovering of a huge conspiracy, a moneymaking axis on a par with the military-industrial...

  3. September 5, 2011

    Rural memo to Cameron: you are missing the point again

    On Monday, in this newspaper, George Osborne and Eric Pickles vowed not to capitulate to the interest groups that oppose the...

  4. April 29, 2011

    James Stirling: Notes from the Archive, Tate Britain, London

    James Stirling gave all other architects a bad name. His roofs leaked, his buildings broiled their occupants in the summer...

  5. April 15, 2011

    Flat sold for £135m at UK’s dearest address

    The UK’s most expensive flat has been sold at the One Hyde Park development in London for more than £135m, according to...

  6. April 11, 2011

    London will outlast the City grumblers

    Not everyone likes One Hyde Park, the new Richard Rogers-designed luxury residential complex in London’s Knightsbridge. A...

  7. January 31, 2011

    Linn makes its mark in digital streaming

    When Mervyn King visited Scotland recently one of his ports of call was Linn Products, designer and maker of luxury hi-fi...

  8. January 30, 2011

    Driven designer constructs a global empire

    Lord Norman Foster is reputed to be a cold technocrat. The modernist architect behind HSBC’s Hong Kong building and Swiss...

  9. January 19, 2011

    Unification Church attacks Seoul skyscraper plan

    One of South Korea’s landmark foreign investment projects – a $2bn deal to build skyscrapers designed by British architect...

  10. December 17, 2010

    The Corporate Diner: RSHP, Thames Wharf

    Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners, Thames Wharf, Rainville Road, London Food: Restaurant sensibilities meet healthy intentions...

  11. December 9, 2010

    Railways’ legacy allows Broadgate a continental feel

    Broadgate is among London’s most mongrel districts: an urban cocktail of ambitious Victorian and 20th-century engineering,...

  12. November 19, 2010

    Anne Sofie von Otter & Brad Mehldau: Love Songs

    Anne Sofie von Otter & Brad Mehldau Love Songs (Naïve) The Swedish mezzo-soprano’s rounded diction lifting powerfully over...

  13. October 15, 2010

    Lunch with the FT: Stephen Sondheim

    A frisson runs through the Ivy, London theatreland’s favourite restaurant. The maître d’, a man who has probably seen more...

  14. June 19, 2010

    Richard Rogers and Architects

    Richard Rogers and Architects: From the house to the city, Fiell Publishing, RRP£24.95 Best-known for pioneering buildings...

  15. June 18, 2010

    Correction: Ciaran Bodenham

    * Ciaran Bodenham, an architecture graduate, was wrongly quoted in an article on June 16 as saying he chose architecture...

  16. June 5, 2010

    Norman Foster

    Norman Foster: A Life in Architecture, by Deyan Sudjic, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, RRP£20, 352 pages It’s hard to believe that...

  17. May 17, 2010

    Shattered grace in a hard city

    The French pronounce the name of Metz, I found, as "mess". To my ears, the city's huge new museum is introduced as the...

  18. February 13, 2010

    Back on the rails

    Expanding: Lakeside homes at the Oakley Vale housing scheme in Corby, East Midlands, England What a difference a decade...

  19. December 11, 2009

    Lloyds uses 'pre-pack' at Ashwell

    Lloyds Banking Group has used the 'pre-pack' administration process to restructure one of the largest private property...

  20. December 11, 2009

    Lloyds uses ‘pre-pack’ at Ashwell

    Lloyds Banking Group has used the ‘pre-pack’ administration process to restructure one of the largest private property...

  21. October 19, 2009

    London's Maggie's Centre is a Stirling winner

    It seemed somehow destined that this year's Stirling Prize, British architecture's best-known award, would go to Richard...

  22. October 8, 2009

    Churches offer lunchtime sermons to finance workers

    In front of St Andrew Undershaft - one of the dozens of ancient churches in the City of London - stands the Lloyd's of...

  23. July 31, 2009

    Shall We Dance

    The only thing that Shall We Dance lacks is the question mark in its title - and any trace of a coherent reason for its...

  24. July 30, 2009

    Shall We Dance, Sadler’s Wells, London

    The only thing that Shall We Dance lacks is the question mark in its title – and any trace of a coherent reason for its...

  25. July 8, 2009

    Legacy of a futuristic vision

    Visionary is a funny kind of word in architecture. It sounds like a monumental complement but it is usually applied to...

  26. July 7, 2009

    Legacy of a futuristic vision

    Remembering Jan Kaplicky: Architect of the FutureDesign Museum, London Visionary is a funny kind of word in architecture. It...

  27. June 19, 2009

    Royal strings

    The idea that in the 21st century a European prince can write a personal letter to another royal family, and call a halt to...

  28. May 12, 2009

    Urban regeneration report aims to improve public space

    All new public projects including housing, schools, and hospitals will be subject to new design standards, the government...

  29. May 12, 2009

    Regeneration report calls for improvements

    All new public projects including housing, schools, and hospitals will be subject to new design standards, the government...

  30. April 4, 2009

    Dutch scheme aims to end library saga

    Plans have been unveiled for a new £193m ($286m) library in Birmingham by Mecanoo, the Dutch architects. The scheme is the...

  31. April 4, 2009

    Dutch scheme aims to end library saga

    Plans have been unveiled for a new £193m library in Birmingham by Mecanoo, the Dutch architects. The scheme is the latest...

  32. March 10, 2009

    Corporate tours of duty that keep the customer happy

    'Most people's idea of composting is a pile of rotting leaves," says John Clay, managing director of ASC, a UK company that...

  33. March 9, 2009

    Tours of duty keep the customers happy

    Most people’s idea of composting is a pile of rotting leaves,” says John Clay, managing director of ASC, a Gloucestershire...

  34. January 16, 2009

    Architect who put morals before money

    Czech-born émigré architect Jan Kaplicky, who has died aged 71, was known for a series of extraordinary and influential...

  35. January 16, 2009

    Design maverick who put morals before money

    Czech-born émigré architect Jan Kaplicky, who has died aged 71, was known for a series of extraordinary and influential...

  36. October 28, 2008

    Sound strategist gets back on track

    A company making up­market hi-fi equipment does not seem an obvious candidate for riding out an economic downturn. If...

  37. August 15, 2008

    British Land

    Who moved my Cheesegrater? By postponing sine die a City of London tower that would have been the tallest in the financial...

  38. August 14, 2008

    British Land hit by falling property prices

    British Land confirmed on Thursday that it was postponing the building of its so-called Cheesegrater development in the City...

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