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dRMM\'s Fenchurch Street scheme (approved 30 July 2014)

dRMM wins go-ahead for first City office scheme

The City of London’s planning committee has approved this ten-storey office block in Fenchurch Street by dRMM

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Manchester Museum seeks architect for £5m gallery

The Manchester Museum is on the hunt for an architect for a new temporary exhibition gallery

For sale: Stirling Prize-winning Gherkin

The Stirling Prize-winning Gherkin skyscraper in the City of London has gone up for sale

Riches Hawley Mikhail\'s competition-winning Malmo Quay scheme

Winners of Newcastle regeneration contest revealed

Riches Hawley Mikhail, AWP, Feix Merlin and Featherstone Young have been chosen to work on developer Igloo’s mixed-use regeneration of Malmo Quay in Newcastle

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There's a long way to go to get sustainable design integrated in architects' training

The loci of student activity which suggest promising ways forward, writes Hattie Hartman

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Absently mindful of the past

Ian Martin builds up his psychogeographically-retrieved sustainable heritage consultancy

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TDO unveils Peckham car park pavilion Video

TDO Architecture has completed a temporary pavilion at Frank’s Cafe on the rooftop of a car park in Peckham, London

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25.07.14: Student starchitects

Subscribers can view this week’s AJ here

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AJ Specification, July 2014

Colour & Texture: Subscribers can view this month’s AJ Specification here

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Digital edition: Atrium Buildings by Richard Saxon

14-Jul-2014 | By Richard Saxon

Richard Saxon’s Atrium Buildings, Design and Development, which was first published in 1983, has now been republished as a digital edition

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Invisible Skylines by vPPR Architects

Place: Light First – Invisible Skylines by vPPR Architects

The fifth of the AJ/iGuzzini Place: Light First proposals imagines a radical answer to the current concerns about the impact tall buildings are having on London’s skyline