Previous renovations had nearly wiped out Soane's interiors at this mansion, but a three-year project revived his designs and installed a new, modern art gallery.
While it offers some engaging installations and artifacts, David Adjaye: Making Memory struggles to broaden its scope beyond Adjaye's work and interrogate memorialization in today's culture.
Dubbed Coal Drops Yard, the project required adapting industrial buildings—intended for trains, horses, and carts—for people. The design team employed outdoor stairs, elevators, and walkways throughout the site's three levels.
London-based firm Haworth Tompkins has given the 19th century performing arts hall a sensitive, yet triumphant, new lease on life after a 2015 fire.
Several new projects in the English capital are seeing churches create new places of worship and community service—provided they find the right business partner.
The new 32,300-square-foot coworking office, operated by Fora, includes a restaurant and cafe at its base.
Barber, the subject of a recent exhibition at the London Design Museum, is creating practical and fantastical solutions for the city's housing crisis.
Architects Stiff + Trevillion collaborated with artist Lee Simmons on the facade for 40 Beak Street, which includes famed British artist Damien Hirst among its tenants.
A new show, on view at London’s healthcare-focused gallery, the Wellcome Collection, chronicles the history of the built environment and our wellbeing.
The London office, where 4,000 Bloomberg employees work, was lauded for its sustainable architecture, workplace design, and new public spaces.
Completed on a tight budget, the 1,615-square-foot project in West London offers moments of play and calm for students facing moderate to severe learning challenges.
The famed cultural institution, opening to the public today after a six-year renovation by Stanton Williams, is betting big on audience engagement.
The local firm has created a charming, yet sensitively-designed new annex for the South London Gallery in the city's Peckham neighborhood.
To evaluate this year’s international design festival, themed “Emotional States,” we used the lens of psychologist Robert Plutchik’s classic “wheel of emotions.”
Themed “Emotional States,” the nearly three-week biennale will bring together 40 territories and institutions, asking them to consider how design intersects with the emotional.
The Waterloo City Farm, also home to the firm’s studio, delivers good design—and vegetables and barnyard critters—to communities in need.
Designed by local firm Reed Watts Architects for the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, the practice space blends seamlessly with its verdant surroundings.
A handful of exhibitions and performances during the month-long design festival radically interrogate gender and space.
The city’s first 24-hour veterinary clinic, designed by local firm Alma-nac, accommodates the requirements of pets in need, as well as their owners.
Disappear Here, RIBA's latest show, is an eclectic reimagining of architectural perspective, from drawing convention to world-historical force.