Architecture and Design
Keep up to date with architecture and design news with exhibition reviews and news from UK museums and galleries and the latest event listings and websites highlighting the UK's architecture and design heritage.
Heritage Lottery Fund awards £1.7 million to two projects highlighting history of disability in the UK
A digital archive documenting the Disability Arts Movement and an investigation into eight important disability heritage sites are backed by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
As Compton Verney opens a brace of Arts and Crafts exhibitions and reveals its William Morris-inspired garden, we take a look at the numerous Arts and Crafts you can explore in the West Midlands and Cotswolds.
Magna Carta and World War Two to Edo Japan and Yorkshire ale: Six small gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show
With the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 about to open to the public, take a look at six small artisan gardens created in the grounds by horticultural artists.
Devoted to a fictional Essex Everywoman, see inside the house which is at the centre of a Channel 4 documentary charting a three-year design and buildinging process.
The British contemporary artist on the two works he has created in Brighton: Portraits of Dissension at Regency Town House and You Imagine what you Desire at St Nicholas' Church.
Siobhan Ward, who has been part of Cornerhouse since before its original opening in 1985, on the popular centre's switch to Manchester's new £25 million HOME.
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma joined Scotland's Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Fiona Hyslop, and museum Director Phillip Long for a groundbreaking ceremony in Dundee today.
Kate Bush, Miley Cyrus, Frida Kahlo and Brecht all feature in an exhibition by The Society of British Theatre Designers opening at the V&A this summer.
A rare surviving example of a traditional Arts and Crafts house, designed and built by Ernest Gimson, and including many pieces of original furniture, opens to the public for the first time on Monday ......
Supporters will be able to sign up for exclusive tours around Chiswick House, Dulwich Picture Gallery and the William Morris Gallery as part of a one-day scheme taking place this March.
Six 530-kilogram panels, created during the six-week culmination of a two-year project, are giving visitors spectacular new views from Tower Bridge. Here are some pictures.
Archaeologists say they will use similar techniques to ones used at Windsor Castle during the 1990s as they begin to salvage the remains of the school's burnt-out building.
Corinna Gardner, the Curator of Contemporary Product Design, on the high-profile impact of the new Rapid Response Collecting gallery at London's Victoria & Albert Museum.
A new publication comprehensively details the 2007 Turner Prize winner's major permanent work, Labyrinth, on the London Underground. Win a copy here.
The producer of Objects Sandbox, an exhibition of brand new products within an Internet of Things, on working with archaeologists, ethnomusicologists and more.