We round-up articles that explore a range of restoration, refurbishment and maintenance issues in relation to historic buildings.
John Hill explores a century's worth of 'signficant' buildings in 100 Years 100 Buildings.
In the final part of our series we ask 'Where are people going to live in the years ahead?' and look at a range of different materials, innovative designs, and unique approaches to community that just might be part of a wider solution.
In the first of a two part series we ask 'Where are people going to live in the years ahead?' We look at alternatives to the traditional home. This time we explore a range of different materials.
Buckingham Palace's 775 rooms have seen better days. We outline a list of construction problems but who will foot the £150m bill and will Her Majesty need to move out during the works?
A report has set out possible options for the restoration of the Palace of Westminster at significant cost to the taxpayer. We explore some of the options.
The concluding part of a two part series where Emma Humphrey turns building detective.
In the first of a two part series Emma Humphrey shares her experience as a budding building detective.
Peter Barker, Senior Consultant at Chiltern International Fire, outlines the issues and offers practical advice on managing the fire risk in historic buildings.
We explore different types of thatch and how to mittigate some of the risks around its use on a construction project.
Adrian Cave explores a range of factors to be considered when attempting to make historic buildings inclusive.