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Even in Covid-free times, unusual and spectacular homes coming to market provide much-needed escapism. And 2020, the most bizarre of years, has certainly delivered on the property front. From a 6ft-wide skinny house wedged between two shops in west

A bright and airy condo is now up for sale in the Bethnal Green section of East London. The three-bedroom home is located inside a former school building, boasting handmade windows and original hardwood floors, as well as a

PA A s the second shorter but grimmer lockdown is lifted today, London returns to Tier 2, bringing all our favourite restaurants and gastropubs back to life, and reminding us that perhaps we don’t really want to relocate to

Pastel storage walls curve and dip through the rooms of this apartment in London's Marylebone neighbourhood, which has been overhauled by architecture studio Jonathan Tuckey Design . The apartment is situated along Upper Wimpole Street, occupying the ground floor

Spanning 150 metres around Paddington Square and a landmark 45ft-tall ‘totem’ on Praed Street, Nature Nurture has been created by Kelly Anna , and is the London-based artist and illustrator’s largest work to date; the Sellar- and Dezeen-commissioned piece

The world is changing and architecture is adapting, and a new wave of young practices in London emerges. They are armed with bold ideas, digital tools, new studio set ups and innovative designs and approaches. In our Next Generation

We should be applauding social housing projects, but resist the rhetoric that sees council housing as the only solution to the housing crisis, says Owen Hopkins . Donald Trump may have been vanquished, but Trumpism is still alive and

View 26 Photos In London, architect Julia Hamson transforms the dark, cramped kitchen of her Victorian terrace house into a flexible gathering space. When London architect Julia Hamson founded her studio 4 S Architecture in early 2020, her first

The reimagining of an office building in central London by Make Architects, Asta House, combines contemporary housing and 1950s industrial heritage Photography: Jack Hobhouse Working with Derwent London, Make Architects has completed the full reimagining of an existing central

The headquarters of Britain’s leading companies have traditionally been a showcase of their wealth and success over decades, displaying some of the finest architecture of their time. In prime locations, their generous interiors and entrance halls of height and

In order to assist the city of London and encourage constructions after Covid-19, the Mayor of London , with tech-led design practice Bryden Wood and leading residential consultancy Cast , have launched a new version of the housing design

If you love a mix of eclectic brilliance, art deco influences and a restrained Steampunk appeal thrown into the mix, then the beautifully renovated Steampunk House in London is the one for you. Revamped and carefully renovated by Bradley

Architects William Smalley and Ben Pentreath collaborate on ‘hidden’ Mews House at Chelsea Barracks in London Forming part of the Chelsea Barracks development in West London, a new, ‘hidden’ mews house has just been unveiled, courtesy of a collaboration

Small, simple, elegant and contemporary brick apartment blocks, that suit their surroundings and have easy access to green space and amenities, are being held up as the best examples of residential design and construction in the New London Awards

Alamy Stock Photo A property revolution is promised for London from this month, in the shape of Offr, a tech platform that can facilitate wholly online transactions. Appearing as a button on estate agents’ websites and free to use,

Stoke Newington in North London is one of those fabulous neighborhoods that seems to combine modernity and a happening nightlife with remnants on its historic past and Victorian architecture that seems to transport you back in time. It is

Cast your mind back 15 years, to when the section of east London now centred around the former 2012 Olympic Village was dominated by industrial buildings, artist-inhabited old warehouses and neglected high streets. This area is unrecognisable today ,

Could there be a simple solution to London ’s housing crisis? One that has been right under our noses — or, to be more accurate, just above our heads — all along? From this month, changes to the planning

Sophie Ashby, a high-profile designer of luxury interiors , recently called her industry “elitist and exclusionary” in an outspoken critique, adding that “you often need the right connections for success”. Her views were crystallised by the death in the

Daniel Lynch The stamp duty holiday has injected a hit of adrenaline into the UK housing market, with speedy sales hitting a record high. According to new research from property portal Rightmove , the number of homes sold within

Daniel Lynch Property values have hit a record high for the second month running, as the summer house price boom continues apace. The stamp duty holiday announced in early July, combined with a post-lockdown surge in properties being put

Rising in Docklands beside ExCeL exhibition centre is The Botanist, the latest phase of the new 796-home Royal Eden Docks neighbourhood that seeks to “incorporate nature in its architecture”. Green credentials of this E16 location are enhanced by communal

Britain's biggest “factory-built” council homes programme since the prefab construction boom of the Forties has been launched in east London. Greenwich council has signed a £300 million contract for the delivery of up to 750 new modular homes to

Covid-19 lockdown has got Londoners craving fresh air, wide-open spaces and nearness to nature. However, this trinity of needs is not always satisfied by green space. There are home buyers who find greater peace by the waterside — walking

The housing market has gone bonkers in London . Sealed bids, quick-fire sales and record prices are back. After a prolonged period of Brexit stagnation and the shock of lockdown, the London housing scene, usually quiet in midsummer, is

The UK property market is experiencing a record-smashing summer mini boom, with the number of sales agreed from mid-July to mid-August totalling more than £37 billion. The post- lockdown surge in activity also saw the highest number of homes