Financial Times returns to renovated Bracken House

Bracken House refurbishment by John Robertson Architects


John Robertson Architects has renovated Bracken House, in London, for the Financial Times’ return, carefully updating its Hopkins Architects-designed “Gothic high-tech” atrium. Read more


Cano Lasso completes child-friendly branch of Second Home in London Fields

Second Home London Fields designed by Cano Lasso


A huge translucent panel punctuated by circular openings fronts the latest branch of co-working space Second Home in east London, which includes a nursery and outdoor play area. Read more


Roksanda Ilincic designs penthouse apartment inside King’s Cross’ Gasholders

Roksanda Ilincic penthouse apartment in London's King's Cross


A geometric wall mural and a berry-toned bedroom appear inside this central London penthouse, which has been created by fashion designer Roksanda Ilincic. Read more


Yinka Ilori designs Somerset House show celebrating 50 years of black creativity

Yinka Ilori Stand Up Get Up Now exhibition Somerset House


Designer Yinka Ilori has used his signature colourful and graphic style to create the exhibition design for Get Up, Stand Up Now, a show celebrating half a century of black creativity in the UK. Read more


More details of Junya Ishigami’s craggy Serpentine Pavilion revealed in full photo set


This slideshow of images by photographer Ste Murray offers a closer look at the rocky canopy that forms this year’s Serpentine Pavilion by Japanese architect Junya Ishigami. Read more


Serpentine Pavilion opening overshadowed by resignation of CEO Yana Peel after spyware row


Yana Peel has stepped down as CEO of the Serpentine Galleries on the launch day for this year’s pavilion, after she was criticised for her connection to an Israeli cybertech firm. 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


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


Morales Finch converts old Scottish barn into artist’s residence and studio

Aviemore studio by Morales Finch


Belgian studio Morales Finch has transformed a 200-year-old barn in the Scottish Highlands into a studio for a painter and other artists in residence, called Aviemore Studio. Read more


AI robot Ai-Da presents her original artworks in University of Oxford exhibition

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and sculpture made by Ai-Da, a humanoid robot with artificial intelligence, has been unveiled at a gallery in the UK


An exhibition of paintings, drawings and sculpture made by Ai-Da, a humanoid robot with artificial intelligence, has been unveiled at a gallery in the UK. 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


Nicholas Grimshaw steps down as chair of Grimshaw

Nicholas Grimshaw has stepped down as chair of his eponymous practice, with his long-term collaborator and principal architect Andrew Whalley taking his place.


Nicholas Grimshaw tells Dezeen his future plans as he steps aside as chair of his eponymous firm, to be replaced by principal architect Andrew Whalley. Read more