Matt Lindley writes about recognition for the Central Library.
Alan Clawley looks back at Birmingham’s innovative office blocks.
Opponents of Birmingham Central Library seem to be vanishing, notes Alan Clawley.
Alan Clawley on an extinct species in town planning.
Alan Clawley gives a remarkable insight into the building of Paradise Circus.
Alan Clawley talks about the work of a forgotten architect.
Alan Clawley has news for admirers of controversial architect John Madin.
Madin walking tour led by Alan Clawley
Starting at Five Ways Station, 10.30 am, 22nd June 2013
Alan Clawley explores the ins and outs of modern architecture.
Alan Clawley takes issue with Birmingham City Council’s inability to find the wherewithal to carry out repairs in Birmingham’s Central Library.
Alan Clawley fears that John Madin’s legacy is being obliterated from Birmingham’s architectural heritage
The Friends of the Central Library are gathering signatures for their petition to save the John Madin designed Central Library in Birmingham
Alan Clawley brings us a potted history of John Madin’s Central Library in Birmingham.
Alan Clawley writes on the legacy left by Birmingham architect John Madin who died this month.
The World Monuments Fund (WMF) has included Birmingham Central Library in its 2012 Watch List
Alan Clawley writes in defence of architect John Madin
“…a cultural divide exists between the arts and business communities in Birmingham over the appreciation of modern architecture”
The Science Museum has just opened its ‘newest’ exhibit – a re-creation of James Watt’s Soho workshop with all its contents as found in 1924. Sadly it isn’t in Birmingham’