Articles on London


Eastwest Architecture's garden shed provides plenty of height for skipping and jumping

LONDON – The English capital can be an exciting and bustling hub of activity but, just outside the central cocoon in Greater London, opportunities can be slightly more lacking.


Aedas Arts Team attaches a symbolic intervention to a small theatre

LONDON – A small end-terrace theatre in the south-west of London has been updated with an extension that includes a 100-seater auditorium.


Bompas & Parr hones in on a new age museum for experiencing food

LONDON – A new venture is unveiled courtesy of a couple of prolific experience designers, who endeavour to make food culture widely consumed in many dimensions.


Hayhurst and Co. gets out the gardening gloves to densify London back-lots

LONDON – A Garden House meets the challenge of inserting contemporary architecture into a conservation area.


The Modern House is an estate agency that lifts the spirits

LONDON – Since Matt Gibberd and Albert Hill founded The Modern House in 2005, the duo has sold some of the UK's most exceptional properties.


Urban Projects Bureau's school building uses creative solutions inspired by limiting factors

LONDON – From the robust wooden structure to the playful façade, Alex Warnock-Smith explains the process behind the new Sixth Form Block for students at Graveney School in London.


Paul Raftery and Dan Lowe dissect the cheesegrater

LONDON – Architectural Photographer Paul Raftery reflects on his collaboration with filmmaker Dan Lowe for a documentary on the construction of the Leadenhall Building in London.


Serpentine Pavilion by Smiljan Radic

LONDON – The Chilean architect’s highly personal design is inspired by classical follies.


Art Gallery by L’Atelier Senzu

LONDON – A young Parisian outfit just realised its first built project: a refurbishment of a small art gallery in east London.


Kew House by Piercy&Company

LONDON – A house on a small suburban site in south west London is a testament to prefabrication as well as traditional craftsmanship.


Islington House by Neil Dusheiko Architects

LONDON – Behind a Victorian façade in London’s Islington district, a dilapidated terrace house was transformed into a light-filled living space.


Delfina Foundation by Studio Octopi and Shahira Fahmy Architects

LONDON – Delfina Foundation, the largest artist residency provider in London, recently re-opened its doors following a £1.4m refurbishment.