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David Panos: Gothic Revival review – a restless walk on the dark side of … Northampton?
Panos’s intoxicating film explores the spooky side of the Midlands town through a spectral montage of choirs, architecture and pub bands playing Bauhaus songs

Jonathan Jones

27, Nov, 2023 @5:31 PM

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The Guardian view on working-class heritage: smokehouses, smithies and so much more | Editorial
Editorial: History is not just about castles and palaces. Welcome changes in priorities are ramping up the value placed on an industrial past


26, Nov, 2023 @5:00 PM

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Tell us: do you live in an unusual or untypical home?
We would like to hear from people who have found an alternative way to live

Guardian community team

22, Nov, 2023 @9:53 AM

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Wick Park; Thames Christian school and Battersea Chapel review – heft and high ideals
London practice Henley Halebrown’s bold new student housing and calm, airy secondary school and chapel typify its belief in making every detail sing – a battle it sometimes doesn’t win

Rowan Moore

19, Nov, 2023 @11:00 AM

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Experts warned government of tower block collapse risk last year, leak reveals
Whitehall officials were told that at-risk buildings have not been remediated, with the market ‘prioritising profit over safety’

Robert Booth and Peter Apps

16, Nov, 2023 @5:00 AM

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Ian Leith obituary
Other lives: Archivist with Historic England who was a noted authority on the history of architectural photography and on public monuments and sculpture

John Cattell

15, Nov, 2023 @5:21 PM

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‘It was a case study for what not to do’: the regeneration project that became a £100m luxury ghost town
The plan was to take old railway arches in a run-down area of east London and turn them into a high-end fashion hub. Instead, Hackney Walk ended up deserted. What went so disastrously wrong?

Simon Usborne

11, Nov, 2023 @10:00 AM

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Georg Baselitz’s erotic prints and the world’s best photography portraits – the week in art
Plus, Peter Blake talks AI in art, a dynamic look for hospital architecture and a 450-year-old look at the birth of our galaxy

Jonathan Jones

10, Nov, 2023 @12:00 PM

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The great orange oasis: inside Liverpool’s floating mental health centre
Forget dreary hospital wings with long windowless corridors. Alder Hey’s new light-filled outpost for young patients has a virtual ocean, a giant xylophone and a US-style diner that’s straight out of the 50s

Oliver Wainwright

07, Nov, 2023 @5:00 AM

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Pyramid of Tirana review – from tyrant’s monument to joyful symbol of modern Albania
A rundown brutalist symbol of Tirana’s communist legacy has been transformed by the architects of London’s disastrous Marble Arch Mound into a fun multispace venue that’s irreverent and liberating

Rowan Moore

05, Nov, 2023 @11:00 AM

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Why are Liverpool Street station plans still shrouded in a fog of ‘confidentiality’? | Rowan Moore
Developers claim it’s necessary to perch a 16-storey office block on the listed building to pay for a bigger ticket hall below

Rowan Moore

04, Nov, 2023 @3:00 PM

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London financial district to have 11 more towers by 2030
Number of planning applications received and decided increases by 25% as City workforce grows

Julia Kollewe

01, Nov, 2023 @6:08 PM

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