I wrote this review for Concrete Quarterly about Heike Hanada’s new Bauhaus museum – a building that is quietly eloquent about the movement’s complex history
For WSP’s The Possible magazine, I explored how one of humanity’s oldest skills is making a comeback, and spoke to some of the world’s leading architects and engineers to find out if designers really are rebelling against the render
I interviewed Historic England’s Geraint Franklin about his book Howell Killick Partridge & Amis, in which he gives a comprehensive tour of one of the Modern movement’s leading practices and explains how their expressive design language was as much about historic allusion as the shock of the new
For the City of London Corporation’s 2017 prospectus, I interviewed Ivan Harbour and John McElgunn of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners about the changing face of London’s financial quarter.
I interviewed Barnabas Calder for The Architectural Historian about his new book Raw Concrete – a robust defence of the 20th century’s most robust architectural style
Adrian Tinniswood’s The Long Weekend charts the story of the English country house between the wars. I spoke to him for The Architectural Historian about how new meanings were brought to an old tradition