Floris de Bruin uncovers the new economic and environmentally-friendly architecture which could revolutionise the way we build.
Austin Taylor explores Exeter’s rich architectural histories, from its Roman roots to its Georgian splendour
Online Arts and Literature Editor, Lucy Aylmer reflects on the importance of architecture
Courtney Priday considers how the coronavirus might change our architectural landscape
The Bauhaus movement, formed in the 20th century, was rooted in concerns over manufacturing and its soullessness; the movement aimed to unite the soul of fine art with more functional creations. It has stimulated rethinking the meaning of art, typically thought of as humanities, by fusing it together with more research-based science. The Bauhaus school […]
Now this is a film that owes a lot to its location shooting. It’s stunning. Kogonada’s debut film, Columbus is visually beautiful and is shot very much like a Wes Anderson picture. In fact, Kogonada describes himself as an “academic-turned-filmmaker”, starting his filmic career in video essays around well-known directors (including Anderson). His debut feature follows […]
The Victoria & Albert Museum has always been one of my favourites due to its hybridity of old and new – from historical artefacts to contemporary cultural exhibits, everything from early modern royal portraiture to the history of underwear. So, fittingly, the new Exhibition Road Quarter is also a hybrid of old and new. Visitors […]
Seville, or Sevilla in Spanish, is a small city that leaves a big impression on those who visit this slightly less well-known Andalusian gem. Situated in the heart of Spain’s most southerly region, the city offers an enviable mix of the traditional and the modern. It’s a place where a traveller can effortlessly transform from […]