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From the sinister Carceri d’Invenzione to the triple portrait of Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn and his Grand Tour travelling companions.
A woodcarver whose work can be seen in more than 300 churches in Devon and Cornwall.
Book review: The vertebrate architecture of one of the most important practices of the 20th century.
Gustavo Giovannoni’s role in integrating modern planning requirements into historic town centres.
A fascinating glossary of paving terms by IHBC’s Rob Cowan.
Book review: The least known, but most beautiful of the natural stones mined in Britain.
A geothermally-sourced underfloor heating system for one of the most visited churches in England.
From the decorative to the utilitarian, and from the photographed to the forgotten.
Photographing Historic Buildings, by the former head of photography at English Heritage.
Mosaics, patterned tiles, stone paving and commemorative stones can be found underfoot in our great medieval churches.
Book review: Approaches to community engagement and case studies from Yorkshire to Japan.
Like vernacular buildings, paving can tell us about local distinctiveness and Britain’s complex geology.
Book review – a series of essays about architecture and urbanism in the British Empire.
Update on request to government re ‘getting serious on design’ from IHBC and partners,including Civic Voice, Place Alliance and the Urban Design Group.
Prepare better for studies, talks, visits and networking by using our web guidance and links on the Belfast School site.
Restoration of Sunderland’s Fulwell Mill sails complete, the Sunderland Echo tells its readers.
HCT and CCT will be working together in 2018/19 as the CCT takes over the day to day running of HCT, including its 20 historic chapels, for a period of one year.
The Heritage Alliance (which includes the IHBC) responded to the Treasury Committee’s VAT inquiry setting out concerns over the impact of VAT policy on the UK’s built heritage.
New government data shows that despite an increase in brownfield development, greenfield land is still being lost to housing development at an unnecessary rate.
Consultation for users of online archive catalogues, closing 22 June.
MHLG announce new powers for England’s Councils to help them deliver the homes their communities need – including launching ‘New Town Development Corporations’.