Articles tagged Archaeology


When in Rome, do design office spaces with more than two millennia of urban history

Rome – Westway Architect’s renovation project on a century-old villa-turned-workplace revealed a much deeper context.


History emerges from the earth of southern Moravia

PAVLOV — Radko Květ imbedded a museum of Palaeolithic settlements in the southern Moravian ground.

Temporary, galvanised-steel structures respond to the site’s past contexts while remaining adaptable to future contexts.

Izaskun Chinchilla reanimates ruins

CASTILLO DE GARCIMUÑOZ – A Madrid-based firm gives a Castilian archaeological site a bizarre but socially-conscious renovation.

Woodwardian Collection: ‘Recent Bodies’, gift from Dr John Woodward (1665–1728). From the collection of Agostino Scilla (1629–1700) © 2011. Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. Photo: Eva-Louise Fowler

Discoveries: Art, Science and Exploration

It’s no secret that university museums boast collections that are just as impressive as their larger public counterparts. Save yourself the train fare to Cambridge and drop by Two Temple Place to …