Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia has been a monument to selective readings of history.
The European sculptors behind England’s church memorials.
The Gowers Report of 1950 was the first step in the postwar rescue of Britain’s country house heritage.
The skills of the stone mason align with language to document a 30-year love affair with stone.
The devastating fire at Notre-Dame destroyed more than just bricks.
The life of Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus.
The buildings that came out of Portugal’s New State were described as an ‘architectural lie’.
From the practical idealism of early municipal reformers to the tragedy of Grenfell Tower.
A comprehensive study of the Alhambra cuts through centuries of myth to give us a sense of the vibrant spectacle that greeted its original residents and diplomatic visitors.
During the First World War, the deliberate destruction of western Europe's medieval heritage changed how people thought about their nations' pasts. Heritage tourism is one of the war's lesser-known legacies.