Architecture

Is this the future for lecture theatres in universities

Is this the future for lecture theatres in universities

Following on from a new building at Loughborough University,  Burwell Deakins architects have created a new collaborative lecture theatre space for Queen’s University Belfast, as part of a programme of upgraded student facilities. Adjacent to a new student centre, currently under construction, this flexible space provides a new form of collaborative teaching space and a […]

Forgotten Spaces in Somerset House’s Hidden Spaces

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is running a fascinating architectural exhibition on “Forgotten Spaces” in Somerset House’s own hidden passageways and coal holes; the Lightwells and Deadhouse below the main courtyard. The exhibition features 26 innovative propositions to revitalise a number of London’s disused and abandoned spaces, selected from a massive entry of […]

Less is more at Stonehenge

Less is more at Stonehenge

English Heritage this week announced the latest proposals for improving the visitor experience at Stonehenge. Those of us with long memories will remember a number of proposals over the years, but these seem relatively modest, sensible, and achievable. The new £27 million proposals by Denton Corker Marshall will be relatively discrete and hidden from the […]