• Q&A – Hamish Herford

    Hamish Herford, Director at Hamish & Lyons Architects, UK, talks to Ellis Davies about his project, the Stepping Stone House, Hurley, which has been shortlisted for the Architecture Awards of the royal Institute of British Architects.
  • Best of brick

    Kathryn Allen looks at the mysteries of engineering behind the dome of the Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence, Italy.
  • Q&A – Keith Aldis

    Ahead of ClayTech UK 2017, Keith Aldis talks to Gary Peters about how an umbrella association can benefit policy making and the challenges and opportunities on the horizon.
  • A long history of kiln firing

    Adrian Blundell looks back at the history of the ceramic tile manufacturer, Craven Dunnill Jackfield.
  • Q&A – Michael Brown

    Natalie Daniels speaks to Michael Brown about his 20 years’ experience in the brick industry and why the UK needs to appreciate its brick heritage.
  • Best of ceramic: the London Underground

    Kathryn Allen takes a look at the iconic ceramic tiles used on the London Underground.
  • Q&A – Peter Sharp

    Khai Trung Le talks to Michelmersh’s Peter Sharp on his extensive experience in the ceramics industry, current challenges and how the big four companies have changed the shape of the industry
  • Q&A – Joe Morris

    Natalie Daniels talks to Joe Morris about the return to tradition in architecture and becoming Head Judge at this year’s Brick Awards.
  • Full circle on sustainability

    Tom Farmer explains how the lifecycle of clay bricks meets the needs of a circular economy
  • Additive manufactured materials

    Dr Kambiz Kalantari examines the benefits of Lucideon’s MIDAR technology for high-temperature additive manufactured materials.