No. 60 March 2019 The architectural legacy of John Ruskin and the revival of Priory Gardens.
The speaking stones of Ruskin
Michael Hall considers the architectural legacy of John Ruskin - and finds it in conservation and preservation.
India's ancient world revealed
Sona Datta explores the extraordinary story of the Ajanti caves which transformed nineteenth-century India’s se3nse of history and self.
A tale of St Agatha’s
Charles O’Brien tells the remarkable story of St Agatha’s Church, Portsmouth.
House notes: Future weather proof
Moses Jenkins on adapting nineteenth-century buildings to face the effects of climate change.
Setting our house in order
Trustee Andrew Saint asks readers to support the interior finishes in Priory Gardens to complete the restoration and refurbishment project.
An update on the Society’s recent casework.
Case study: St Mary Magdalene, Paddington
Geoff Brandwood on the rescue of a major landmark church by G.E. Street.
New books on Morris’s Red House, Burne-Jones, Stained glass, Kensington Palace and mills.
News and views
The restoration of the Governor’s house, Antigua, Alfred Gilbert’s Victoria, the future of Cobden’s Dunford House and a prescient Punch cartoon from 1927.