The British-Iraqi architect left behind a trail of extraordinary buildings. More than her built legacy, though, it is her maverick problem solving – and her determination – that continues to inspire
Developers pay more tax to refurbish than demolish and rebuild – but there’s a very easy fix.
Asylums were once designed to aid mental recovery – perhaps modern prisons should take note.
Buildings built for writing and reading the news altered the urban fabric.
Ventilation and natural light are two simple measures which can make buildings better for people to live and work in.
A community-led development has been officially declared the UK’s best new building.
Making the memorial a ‘statement of British values’ risks confusing its purpose.