This north London house extension by Lipton Plant Architects features a walk-on glass roof that can be accessed by climbing through a window
Budapest cafe with vaulted brick ceilings by Spora Architects - Built in a 200 yr old former palace. "We know that in this kind of palace from time to time the ground floor was the place for the guard, the servants, horses and carriages," Hatvani said. "We found some holes in the walls that are probably the places of the barrier beams, usually between the horses and the stable."
Walls of dark brick connect the exterior and interior of this mews house in the north London borough of Hackney
The new Museum Luthers Sterbehaus by Stuttgart architects Von M is a grey-brick extension to the house where Martin Luther died - but it turns out the Christian reformer "actually died in another building around the corner"
The facade of this house in the English seaside town of Margate appears to slump down into the front yard
A labyrinth of brick walls, arches and courtyards are protected from flooding behind a man-made embankment at this open-air community centre in rural Bangladesh