A few months into their conservation tour of the UK, SPAB Scholar Bethan Watson describes being welcomed into the workshops of craftspeople
Federica Martinelli, a graduate of IUAV University in Venice has won this year's Gloria e Marco Award.
May is a month full of celebrations, traditions and superstitions. We looked in our archive for some architectural examples.
A group of local volunteers will carry out works to repair an ancient churchyard wall under the guidance of experts in Feltwell, Norfolk.
This ever-popular hands-on course is being held this August at Charlecote Mill, Hampton Lucy in Warwickshire.
A special day of events is planned to commemorate the five-sailed mill reaching its bicentenary, and all are welcome.
For World Heritage Day we’re exploring the international history of our Georgian HQ in Spitalfields, London – an area with a rich and complex past, home to successive groups of immigrants.
In honour of April Fools’ Day earlier this month, we’ve looked through the SPAB archive to see which architectural follies the Society has been involved with.
We concluded our spring lecture series on John Ruskin with a discussion about his enduring influence on Venice and were inspired to further explore the SPAB's early campaigning work in the city.
Shortlist announced for award that recognises excellence in conservation at faith buildings.
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