6 Stories of lighting London’s bridges

The city’s bridges and embankments have been at the forefront of lighting innovations in London for centuries.Read more

6 sensational surviving Tudor country houses

The tumultuous Tudor period lasted from 1485 until 1603, and saw huge changes brought about by three generations of monarchs and the break away from the Catholic Church.Read more

A brief introduction to Brutalism

Loved and loathed, revered and reviled: Brutalism remains one of the most controversial and misunderstood architectural styles of the 20th century.Read more

A spotter’s guide to Victorian architecture

Named for the 63 year reign of Queen Victoria, the era 1837 – 1901 inspired unprecedented social, intellectual and technological change.Read more

A spotter’s guide to Post-Modern architecture

Post-Modernism in architecture was an international phenomenon, which can be defined by its relationship to the Modern Movement.Read more

A quick history of fire stations

Identifiable by their big red doors, England’s network of historic fire stations reach out to every city, town and village.Read more

6 Rituals of remembrance

The way we remember is deeply rooted in place and familiarity – from memorial sites marked by statues to ceremonial sanctuaries for quiet reflection.Read more

6 Reasons to love historic Norfolk

Norfolk is rich in English history and the vast, flat landscape has inspired artists, writers and poets for centuries.Read more