Robert Thorne on when, and if, Britain’s modern buildings should be listed as historic.
Robert Thorne discusses 19th-century London on show in Germany
Robert Thorne on monumental records on the move.
by Lynn F. Pearson
Robert Thorne investigates the nineteenth-century passion for views that has inspired the exhibition about to open at London's Barbican Art Gallery.
'Art offers itself as a social ' bridge of no ordinary size and strength.’ The career and campaigns of George Godwin centred on his editorship of The Builder - a tireless commitment to painstaking professionalism mixed with social concern for Victorian architects as problem-solvers and reformers.
A look into some of the most influential philosophers of the Victorian era.
Robert Thorpe accounts for the development of Glasgow since the nineteenth century.
Robert Thorne takes a look at the reconstruction of the New Tyne Theatre after a recent fire.
The great frustration in visiting naval dockyard towns has always been that they keep their most exciting parts hidden from view behind unassailable walls.