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Bicester Garden City by Farrells

Row hits 'templated' first-time buyer homes drive

The prime minister’s pre-election pledge to fast-track 100,000 first-time buyer homes with the use of ‘exemplar’ designs has revealed deep divisions among its architectural advisers

Grimshaw Western News HQ

Nicholas Grimshaw backs ‘Ship’ listing bid

Architect Nicholas Grimshaw has said he will ‘wholeheartedly’ back any campaign to list the practice’s award-winning Western Morning News HQ and printworks in Plymouth

FranK Gehry\'s proposals for Facebook\'s Mark Zuckerberg

Silicon Valley starchitects

For all that they fondly recall starting out in garages and student dorms, Google, Apple and Facebook are global super-clients on an imperial scale. What do their design choices say about tech firms?, asks Rory Olcayto


Brindley leaves RIBA in 'member focused' shake-up

RIBA director Richard Brindley is set to leave the institute as part of a shake-up to renew its focus on members

Richard Murphy

Richard Murphy reveals £110m Glasgow mixed-use scheme

[FIRST LOOK + PROJECT DATA] Richard Murphy Architects has submitted plans this £110 million mixed-use scheme in Glasgow

Mecanoo Delft station

Mecanoo’s Delft train station opens Video

[FIRST LOOK] Mecanoo’s new train station in Delft has opened to the public

Niall Jacobson Architect\'s proposal for Milber, Newton Abbot, Devon

Niall Jacobson submits plans for live-work scheme in rural Devon

Dorset-based Niall Jacobson Architect has revealed plans for this 2,500m² live-work scheme on the site of an abattoir in the Devon countryside


The Great Tudor Alibi

Ian Martin has a brush with the law, but first deals with an ethical dilemma


Build bridges, not trumpet worn-out stereotypes

Shuttleworth is right to celebrate building services engineers, but why trash architects? asks Hattie Hartman



27.02.15: Bosco Verticale

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