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The Whitworth, Manchester by MUMA

Revealed: Winners of RIBA North West Regional Awards

Schemes by John McAslan, Carmody Groarke and MUMA are among the eight winners of RIBA North West Regional Awards 2015

Addenbrooke’s Multi Storey Car Park, Cambridge by Allies and Morrison & Devereux Architects

Revealed: Winners of RIBA East Regional Awards

Projects by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Proctor and Matthews, and Mole Architects have been honoured at the RIBA East Regional Awards

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AJ120 Awards: New Member and Fastest Growing Practice finalists named

From emerging stars to established names – the AJ can reveal the firms vying for the AJ120 New Member of the Year and Fastest Growing Practice awards.

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Milan Design Week 2015 - New ideas: Surfaces, Materials and Technologies

Zaira Magliozzi reports from Milan Design Week - today: Surfaces, Materials and Technologies

St Mary Magdalene C of E School sketch by Penoyre & Prasad

Penoyre & Prasad wins Greenwich Peninsula school contest

Penoyre & Prasad has won a competition to expand the St Mary Magdalene Church of England Primary School on the Greenwich Peninsula in south east London

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Contentious Hall McKnight plans set for approval

Planners are set to approve a contentious scheme for King’s College London by Hall McKnight, which objectors say would ‘erode a significant element of glory’ from neighbouring Somerset House

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More evidence unearthed of Le Corbusier's fascist tendancies

Further evidence of Le Corbusier’s support of fascism and anti-Semitic beliefs have been revealed in two books published in advance of a major exhibition of the architect’s work

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The Twelve Step Plan

Ian Martin learns how to preserve ‘character’, and how to accidentally demolish a pub…

Paul Finch

The hardest decision in this election is who to vote for

Elections bring out the worst in the people’s tribunes, writes Paul Finch

General Election 2015

Business

Lateral North

New practice: Lateral North

The latest in a series of practice profiles looking at architects who have recently decided to go it alone

Culture

The Follies of Youth at Hepworth Wakefield

Review: The Follies of Youth exhibition

Laura Mark finds a curious display on how we engage with landscapes

Buildings

The Broad Street facade, designed by Giles Gilbert Scott

Weston Library by Wilkinson Eyre

Robert Bevan finds a working building not a ceremonial centre, in Oxford’s new Weston Library

Videos: How Wilkinson Eyre's Weston Library was put together Video

Watch a timelapse and a fly-through of the revamp of Weston Library in Oxford

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17.04.15: Wilkinson Eyre's Weston Library

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First ever industry-wide survey of attitudes to sexuality launched

The AJ, working with sister publications Construction News and New Civil Engineer, is leading the first ever survey of attitudes to sexuality across the construction sector

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Studio Myerscough Swing It

Myerscough to speak at AJ/Dulux Trade event

Prolific designer Morag Myerscough, known for her vibrant and bold graphics, will be among a host of big names speaking at a free event on colour organised by the AJ and Dulux Trade later this month