Explore our directory of artists & architects below. If you’d like to suggest a link to be added to the list below, get in touch.
Chamberlin, Powell & Bon – E-Architect
Chamberlin, Powell & Bon – Wikipedia
Gillespie, Kidd & Coia
Charles Holden – Wikipedia
Guardian: Denys Lasdun Obituary
Wikipedia: Le Corbusier
archdaily: Oscar Niemeyer
Design Museum: Cedric Price
Alison & Peter Smithson
Design Museum: Alison and Peter Smithson
Architecture.com: James Stirling
Wikipedia: Jorn Utzon
Mies van der Rohe
Pritzker Prize 1991: Robert Venturi
Frank Lloyd Wright
Mark Rothko – Tate
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The web is a fantastic resource for collectors of C20 furniture and design. Here are a selection of sites that we have found interesting to get you started.
Archinet UK is a web resource covering UK architecture and construction. The site is in 5 parts, including the British Architecture Page, UK Award Winners, and the Abacus Construction Index UK, a collection of more than 100 professionally edited product guides.
Images and background to a series of notable tension structures.
Archiseek.com has a wealth of information on Irish architecture – both old and new – as well as coverage of worldwide buildings in Europe, Australia and North America.
The Architecture Centre is a not-for-profit organisation which champions better buildings and places for everyone. Based in Bristol, it is part of a network of 23 architecture centres in the UK.
Latest news, exhibition reviews, links, listings and education resources from thousands of UK museums, galleries, archives and libraries, all in one place.
This gateway to architecture around the world and across history documents a thousand buildings and hundreds of leading architects with photographic images and architectural drawings, integrated maps and timelines, 3D building models, commentaries, bibliographies, web links, and more.
The HEIRNET register contains details of Historic Environment Information Resources held by organisations from across the UK. The register includes details of National Monuments Records, Sites and Monuments Records, national thematic inventories, specialist resources and other information sources. Users can search the register by subject, theme and name to find contact details and (where available) links to websites of potential interest.
An introduction to architecture with pages on Building Types, architectural styles and traditions and building materials and methods of construction, and an expanding guide and introduction to buildings in seven of England’s cities.
Bringing together a wide range of information on the construction industry from reading lists and a library of specially-written articles, to a directory of industry organisations and one of the largest collections of construction-specific recommended links available.
Launched in 1996 and based in Hackney, East London, the Building Exploratory helps people discover the secrets of their local area and gain a better understanding of the buildings and spaces that surround them.
Hosted by publishers Yale University Press, this is a microsite with up-to-date news and information about the Pevsner Architectural Guides series.
The Ancient Monuments Society was founded in 1924 for the study and conservation of ancient monuments, historic buildings and fine old craftsmanship.
Identifying and recording the architectural heritage of Ireland, from 1700 to the present day
From 1999-2011 CABE was the government’s advisor on architecture, urban design and public space.
The Society undertakes a range of activities intended to encourage and support research and scholarship, to offer information and enable networking opportunities, as well as to foster both student participation and public recognition of the subject.
The UK group of the international working party for the documentation and conservation of buildings, sites and neighbourhoods of the modern movement.
ICBH hosts a regular programme of conferences, lectures and seminars and supervises postgraduate teaching and training.
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