Start Small

Start Small

Shortlisted for New London Architecture’s Don’t Move, Improve award in 2024, Cairn Architects’ renovation and extension of a small Victorian terrace has a pioneering approach to materials
A Modern Pastoral

A Modern Pastoral

A 17th-century tithe barn, extended and remodelled by architects McLaren Excell, where the historical fabric is in dialogue with an industrial material palette
No Stone Unturned

No Stone Unturned

Inspired by the historic boundary walls that criss-crossed its land, this Catskills home by Elizabeth Roberts Architects is naturally anchored to its surroundings
Grounded & Nurtured

Grounded & Nurtured

Architect Oliver Du Puy has drawn on both his European roots and his work in Japan to create this sanctuary-like home from a handsome Victorian terrace in Melbourne
Pause for Reflection

Pause for Reflection

Norm Architects’ lakeside holiday villas for Ästad Vingård, an organic Swedish vineyard and resort, calmly and seamlessly integrate with their waterside location
Raw Materials

Raw Materials

A 1960s townhouse in Chelsea, stripped back and then sensitively reimagined by architects Pricegore, with British brutalism as the inspiration
Urban Calm

Urban Calm

Winnie Tam of architecture and design studio Fourteen a.m. wants to bring mindfulness to construction projects, with her own London flat being the perfect example of the restful city spaces she wants to create
Top of the Tree

Top of the Tree

Waugh Thistleton’s Black &White Building for The Office Group is central London’s tallest all-timber office building – and a blueprint for the future
Stay Grounded

Stay Grounded

Whether it’s being used for working by day, or film-screenings and entertaining by night, TR Studio’s multipurpose Cotswolds lodge is at one with the landscape
Natural High

Natural High

With views of the ocean and the wild Cretan landscape, this newly built hilltop home by architect Block722 speaks both Mediterranean and Scandinavian design languages
Power House

Power House

London landmark Battersea Power Station has been reborn as a mixed-use development overseen by architects Wilkinson Eyre, with smart new apartments designed by Michaelis Boyd
Hidden Gem

Hidden Gem

Up-and-coming architecture and design studio THISS has reworked jeweller William Cheshire's Hackney flat into a place of sanctuary
Soft Reopening

Soft Reopening

LABS' sensitive reinvention of Holborn's Victoria House into flexible workspace mixes solemn neoclassical grandeur with material warmth
Meanwhile in Hackney

Meanwhile in Hackney

Architectural studio Turner Works has designed a group of buildings that can support local businesses for at least 12 years, then be completely recycled
Centre Stage

Centre Stage

Lipton Plant Architects reimagines a parkside apartment as a theatrical experience – one that is beautifully crafted, whether you're front or back of house
Making Waves

Making Waves

Dutch interior architects i29 create an angular floating home in Amsterdam as part of a sustainable housing scheme
Cultural Co-Dependence

Cultural Co-Dependence

Architectural practice Buckley Gray Yeoman has unveiled Cromwell Place, a 14-gallery arts hub in London's museum district that mixes sensitive restoration and new build
Three-Dimensional Thinking

Three-Dimensional Thinking

What happens when a firm of graphic designers creates its own office building? Amsterdam studio Thonik found out when it translated its work into a piece of architecture
Street Smarts

Street Smarts

A RIBA award-winning home in South London that mixes the familiar features of the Victorian terrace with a contemporary approach
In the Pink

In the Pink

Villa Serralves is a homage to Art Deco style – and the vision of its single-minded creator
Bend in the river

Bend in the river

BIG’s twisted building for rural sculpture park Kistefos is part bridge, part exhibition space, creating a sense of flow amid lush Nordic scenery
High & Mighty

High & Mighty

Restored and modernised, Ernö Goldfinger’s Balfron Tower enters a new age of exaltation
Ship Shape

Ship Shape

Feilden Fowles’ reposed gallery and visitor space for the Yorkshire Sculpture Park