RIBA launches weekly ‘live magazine’ at 66 Portland Place
Held at the Institute's iconic Art Deco HQ each Wednesday evening, The Architects Underground is aimed at 'everyone who has a love of, an interest in or an opinion on architecture and design'
The Royal Institute of British Architects has partnered with Google's Arts & Culture platform to create 15 specially-curated online "stories", showcasing the best of the RIBA archive.
Artworks by contemporary artists including Gavin Turk, Conrad Shawcross, the Verhoeven twins, Laure Prouvost, Nancy Fouts and more will be auctioned off to help tackle homelessness
Ten one-off Christmas wreaths, created by some of the biggest names in British interior design, are being raffled off to support Karen Howes' Place2Be charity carol concert
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Longstanding independent firm ramps up resi division with recruitment of high-profile broker & star of Britain’s Most Expensive Houses as head of sales.
CBRE and Beauchamp Estates are about to launch sales at Three Kings Mayfair, for JV developers 1.61 London, Urbanwise and Valpre.
Andrew Russell & Ben Bentley's independent firm, The Country House Department, is on course for a 'record' year following a number of big-ticket deals.
Boutique development on Mount Street houses four luxury apartments designed by Rigby & Rigby, plus some retail and office space.
High-end specialists from Savills summarise the key drivers shaping the PCL lettings & sales markets this year.
Hamish Bruce has joined Inhous following stints at Marsh & Parsons and Black Brick.
Freehold swathe on sought-after Tite Street has scope for a significant prime resi scheme.
Walnut Tree House in Hampton Wick comes with a boathouse and private mooring, and was once home to the owner of Fortnum & Mason.
While eco-solutions require significant investment in terms of both strategy and execution, the long-term gains are already evident, explains Strutt & Parker's Josh Ayres.
By Josh Ayres
Real estate continues to be the largest concentration of wealth in the world, reveals Savills, worth almost four times the value of global GDP.
PCL has once again gone ‘on sale’ due to a near-term tumble for GBP, reports David Huggett.
Fixer-uppers are in high demand, says Rightmove.
The latest weekly data from LonRes shows a continuing spike in asking price reductions across both sales and rental markets.