Junya Ishigami unveils rocky Serpentine Pavilion made out of slate

Serpentine Pavilion 2019 by Junya Ishigami


Japanese architect Junya Ishigami has completed this year’s Serpentine Pavilion, a craggy structure he describes as a “hill made out of rocks”. Read more


Junya Ishigami unveils rocky Serpentine Pavilion made out of slate

Serpentine Pavilion 2019 by Junya Ishigami


Japanese architect Junya Ishigami has completed this year’s Serpentine Pavilion, a craggy structure he describes as a “hill made out of rocks”. Read more


Lunch Break angels swing above commuters passing London’s St Pauls

Lunch Break by KHBT and Ottmar Hörl


Forty gold angels sitting on swings have been installed by KHBT and Ottmar Hörlwatch to watch over commuters near St Paul’s Cathedral in London. Read more


Stripped-back surfaces appear throughout Hackney apartment by Merrett Houmøller Architects

Martello Street apartment by Merrett Houmoller Architects


Exposed concrete walls and a set of “hit-and-miss” stairs add character to this formerly lacklustre apartment in east London, which has been overhauled by Merrett Houmøller Architects. Read more


Stripped-back surfaces appear throughout Hackney apartment by Merrett Houmøller Architects

Martello Street apartment by Merrett Houmoller Architects


Exposed concrete walls and a set of “hit-and-miss” stairs add character to this formerly lacklustre apartment in east London, which has been overhauled by Merrett Houmøller Architects. Read more


City Benches by young designers brighten London’s Cheapside

Whippet Good by Delve Architects with DragonSmoke Construction


A giant sleeping whippet and a bright red sundial are among the playful street furniture enlivening the UK capital during the London Festival of Architecture.
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Vine Architecture Studio uses warm-tones in renovation of Love Walk house in London

Love Walk house extension by Vine Architecture


Vine Architecture Studio has used an array of warm and natural materials to deck out the living spaces and extension of this Victorian-era home in south London, which was previously a coach house. Read more


Vine Architecture Studio uses warm-tones in renovation of Love Walk house in London

Love Walk house extension by Vine Architecture


Vine Architecture Studio has used an array of warm and natural materials to deck out the living spaces and extension of this Victorian-era home in south London, which was previously a coach house. Read more


Vine Architecture Studio uses warm-tones in renovation of Love Walk house in London

Love Walk house extension by Vine Architecture


Vine Architecture Studio has used an array of warm and natural materials to deck out the living spaces and extension of this Victorian-era home in south London, which was previously a coach house. Read more


Vine Architecture Studio uses warm-tones in renovation of Love Walk house in London

Love Walk house extension by Vine Architecture


Vine Architecture Studio has used an array of warm and natural materials to deck out the living spaces and extension of this Victorian-era home in south London, which was previously a coach house. Read more


Vine Architecture Studio uses warm-tones in renovation of Love Walk house in London

Love Walk house extension by Vine Architecture


Vine Architecture Studio has used an array of warm and natural materials to deck out the living spaces and extension of this Victorian-era home in south London, which was previously a coach house. Read more


Yinka Ilori and Pricegore unveil The Colour Palace at London Festival of Architecture

Dulwich Pavilion: The Colour Palace by Yinka Ilori and Pricegore


Designer Yinka Ilori has teamed up with architecture studio Pricegore on a multicoloured pavilion installed outside Dulwich Picture Gallery in London. Read more


World’s first 360-degree infinity pool proposed for London skyline

Compass Pools has unveiled their concept for a four-sided infinity pool designed to sit on a 220-metre tower in London and accessed via a submarine-style door


Compass Pools has unveiled a concept for a four-sided infinity pool atop a London skyscraper, accessed via a submarine-style door. Read more


Design Museum defends Designs of the Year show after Extinction Rebellion protest

Extinction Rebellion has boycotted a Design Museum award nomination


London’s Design Museum has hit back after environmental action group Extinction Rebellion called on designers to boycott its Beazley Designs of the Year show. Read more


Architects can “play a more prominent role” in creating queer space says Ben Campkin


London’s queer community needs architects and designers to help them create new social spaces, says Ben Campkin, co-author of a report charting the decline of LGBT+ venues across the city. Read more


Paper Castles exhibition dangles architecture’s future over its past

Paper Castles, London Festival of Architecture 2019


Weird and wonderful designs by architects including Zaha Hadid Architects, Madelon Vriesendorp and Sarah Wigglesworth have been installed over the more traditional models of the V&A‘s architecture gallery, in an exhibition for the London Festival of Architecture. Read more


A Rear Extension With A Pivoting Glass Door Has Been Added To This London Home

Architecture firm Fraher & Findlay have designed the contemporary interior renovation of a house in London, England, as well as a rear extension that creates additional living space. #ModernArchitecture #RearExtension

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A Rear Extension With A Pivoting Glass Door Has Been Added To This London Home

Architecture firm Fraher & Findlay have designed the contemporary interior renovation of a house in London, England, as well as a rear extension that creates additional living space. #ModernArchitecture #RearExtension

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Child Studio looks to worker’s cafes for pink interiors of London’s Humble Pizza

Humble Pizza designed by Child Studio


Candy pink Formica surfaces help Child Studio channel the look of a 1950s cafe inside this vegan pizza place in west London. Read more


10 unmissable events and exhibitions at London Festival of Architecture 2019

London Festival Architecture LFA 2019


With the London Festival of Architecture kicking off today, Dezeen’s deputy editor Tom Ravenscroft picks out the 10 best things in the programme, including a colourful pavilion at Dulwich Picture Gallery and Patrick Schumacher talking about affordable housing. Read more