Royal Academy gets first female president in its 250-year history
The Royal Academicians have elected an artist with experience in painting, printing and architecture
Religious conversions: How architecture and religion are meeting in London's refurbished buildings
In the modern city, God is found in the most unlikely places, from warehouses to bingo halls. These new religious buildings add fascinating layers to the urban experience
What went wrong with Covent Garden?
The Covent Garden we know today is the direct result of successful community activism. So how did it become so horrible? opinion––– Lessons from a failed revolutionThe Covent Garden we know today is the direct result of successful community activism. So why is it so horrible, wonders Owen Hatherley
The Gingerbread City showcases a sweet future for transport
This year's Gingerbread City launched at Somerset House with the usual competition – and a big reveal for 2020