September 21st, 2016

The RIBA to host Article 25’s annual 10×10 Auction

Article 25 has announced that this year’s esteemed 10×10 Auction will be hosted by at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in London for the second time on the evening of the 29th of November 2016. The RIBA London’s beautiful Florence Hall will display 100 works of art created by some of the UK’s …more…

September 7th, 2016

Property Week Deputy Editor Allister Hayman joins ING

ING has appointed Property Week Deputy Editor Allister Hayman to join its growing built environment consultancy. Allister will take up his new role in November 2016. Allister is a well-known and respected journalist with extensive experience in the UK, writing about the built environment, economic development and public policy. Prior to Property Week he worked …more…

May 23rd, 2016


Sto Werkstatt’s new exhibition, One Thing After Another, designed by Sam Jacob Studio, will be unveiled tomorrow as part of Clerkenwell Design Week 2016. Sam Jacob Studio was invited to create a unique installation for the Werkstatt’s gallery space that explores the exchange of information between digital and physical worlds. One Thing After Another starts …more…

February 26th, 2016

MIPIM and Me: Peter Murray

For the second in our special blog series in the run-up to MIPIM we spoke to Peter Murray. Peter is the founder of the London Festival of Architecture and the NLA, where he currently serves as Chairman. Trained as an architect, he was an editor of Building Design and RIBA Journal before starting Blueprint in 1983. He is …more…

November 11th, 2015


Alcohol changed my life This is not a claim that many will make when explaining how they become an architect but at 18 years post University and the co owner of a successful London practice I often reflect on the good fortune that came from an unfortunate circumstance some 25 years ago. Whilst I played …more…

July 14th, 2015

A day at A House for Essex

Arriving – so beautiful, so sunny!   Cooking in the beautiful kitchen   Prosecco in the sunset The tiles at night – heart, wheel, safety pin, cassette  

June 17th, 2015

Peter Bill: “They would say that wouldn’t they?”

Bile first, balm later for the Design Commission. This group of parliamentarians has “called for evidence” asking the open question: “Does the built environment affect the behaviour of individuals or communities?” Well, yes, probably. But what can a group of MPs and peers do to improve ‘the built environment’? If they fail to learn from …more…