Whale skeleton suspended over information kiosk and bar in revamped Natural History Museum foyer

Blue whale in Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum

The huge skeleton of a blue whale is now the centrepiece of the entrance hall at London’s Natural History Museum – but unlike the dinosaur cast there before, it is suspended from the ceiling, freeing up space below for an information desk that doubles as a bar. Read more

Amin Taha Architects reconfigures London home around lightwells and a spiral staircase

London studio Amin Taha Architects has updated a 1950s terraced house in the city’s Bayswater neighbourhood, adding a basement level topped with a rugged concrete soffit and a lightwell set into a courtyard garden. Read more