A celebration of earthen architecture

A celebration of mud architecture, its past, its future, and its conservation Mud, mud, glorious mud. It has been used since prehistoric...

How the sea shaped Aldeburgh's history

Half of Aldeburgh has already been lost to the sea, and more may be lost to storms, floods and changing fortunes. The Moot hall, once in...

An immersive exploration of Thorpeness

How can we learn from the past to gain inspiration for tackling the challenges of today? History and heritage are closely linked to a...

Focusing on Djenné's Heritage

A large proportion of Djenné’s manuscripts have now been digitally scanned, ready to be stored at the Archives Nationales in Bamako, and...

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