Laura Freeman

Laura Freeman

The long-overdue Ravilious revival

We may be right to be wary of the internet, but research and scholarship have benefited enormously from mass digitisation

Erich Kästner’s books for children shows that that difficult ideas don’t have to be kept from young readers

In the last year there has been a great Nairn revival – I would have loved to buy him a pint and hear him speak unpretentiously about his love of architecture

Under the capital, huge mechanical drills are digging rail tunnels that recapture the spirit of the most ambitious Victorian engineers

Abram Games’s eye for clean graphic images transformed the world of posters and his art lives on in the London Underground today

The publisher wanted to offer impecunious readers a university in their own home. With the imprint’s relaunch, that ambition lives on

Laura Freeman enjoys the fruit of Lisa Sainsbury’s passion for art

Ernő Goldfinger’s landmark tower didn’t give working-class families the homes they deserved. High-rise has been a disaster