Architecture News

Trustees, including Joanna Lumley and Lord Mervyn Davies, could be open to legal action over failed...
A new footbridge held up by two giant hands has just opened near Da Nang in Vietnam, the latest in...
As Britain faced a heatwave, the Observer’s architecture critic found himself between Norway and...
Creative businesses and artistic collectives have breathed life back into St Petersburg’s historic...
Indigenous architecture goes beyond cookie cutter type government housing that doesn’t respect our...

Higher Education News

Introducing competition in higher education has had unintended consequences What has been the most...
Getting a university place through clearing is now mainstream – but the transition to an unexpected...
It’s a buyer’s market for students going through clearing, so even students holding offers should...
What do you want from your university years? Focus on five key considerations to unearth the...
With 26,000 places unfilled on A-level results day, research reveals drop in number of pupils with...