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Moritzkirche, Augsburg, Germany. Architect: John Pawson, 2013.

Link to image Link to Set The church of St Moritz has been through many changes since its foundation nearly a thousand years ago. Devastating fires, changes in liturgical practice, aesthetic evolution and wartime bombing have each left their mark on the fabric of the building. The purpose of this latest intervention has been to… Read more »

Moritzkirche, Augsburg, Germany. Architect: John Pawson, 2013.

Link to image Link to Set The church of St Moritz has been through many changes since its foundation nearly a thousand years ago. Devastating fires, changes in liturgical practice, aesthetic evolution and wartime bombing have each left their mark on the fabric of the building. The purpose of this latest intervention has been to… Read more »

Moritzkirche, Augsburg, Germany. Architect: John Pawson, 2013.

Link to image Link to Set The church of St Moritz has been through many changes since its foundation nearly a thousand years ago. Devastating fires, changes in liturgical practice, aesthetic evolution and wartime bombing have each left their mark on the fabric of the building. The purpose of this latest intervention has been to… Read more »

MR DOSHI WINS PRITZKER

Edmund Sumner, our man in India, has photographed several of his buildings: Balkrishna Doshi is the Pritzker Laureate for 2018. Born in Pune in 1927, Doshi is the oldest ever recipient of the prize, which is regarded as the highest accolade in international architecture and is worth $100,000 (£72,000). He is also the first winner from… Read more »

THE ANGEL OF THE NORTH

The angel assembled in one day: 20 years ago Since spreading its wings in February 1998, Antony Gormley’s The Angel of the North has become one of the most talked about and recognisable pieces of public art ever produced – winning many accolades and awards along the way. The Angel welcomes visitors to Gateshead and… Read more »