Architecture News

Most cities are utterly unfriendly to people with disabilities – but with almost one billion...
Underwater bedrooms, ‘Lohan Island’ and snow all year round – a decade after it was scuppered by...
First general editor of the Survey of London and one of the capital’s great topographical...
Patrick Russell writes: I met Gavin Stamp after an impassioned talk he gave to founder members of...
The Shard engineer has long been fascinated by the technical ingenuity of design. Now she wants to...

Higher Education News

Frustration over missed lectures during the pensions strike is understandable. But it’s not our...
A student finds solidarity with her lecturers, even as they count the cost of weeks of lost...
Petitions demand pay-back for lost classes as university union nears action over pension...
If the government cuts tuition fees most students won’t benefit, and universities will be left to...
The prime minister’s review will result in nothing more than tinkering around the edges of a broken...