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Palmyra, taken from satelitte by UN - August 2016

New images reveal extent of ISIS destruction at Palmyra

Satellite images have confirmed the destruction of the Temple of Bel - the largest building in the ancient city of Palmyra - by terrorist outfit ISIS

George Cairns\' detailed architectural drawing of the East Wing Staircase of the Mackintosh Buuilding

Former student donates 'most accurate drawings ever' of Mack

The team working on the restoration of Glasgow’s Mackintosh Building has been handed the most accurate architectural drawings of the structure ever made

Gareth Hoskins Architects\' revised proposals for the Royal High School site on Calton Hill in Edinburgh - submitted for planning in September 2015

Hoskins reveals 'fundamental' redesign of Calton Hill scheme

Gareth Hoskins Architects has unveiled new images of plans to convert one of Edinburgh’s most sensitive landmarks, the historic Royal High School on Calton Hill, into a 147-room hotel

Squire and Partners Department Store proposals

Squires gets go-ahead for new Brixton HQ development

Squire and Partners has won permission to overhaul a group of buildings in south London to provide a new headquarters for the practice

Gallaudet University

Leading deaf university opens £40m public realm contest

Gallaudet University has launched an international contest to regenerate its historic 40 hectare campus in Washington DC

The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre seen from Sackville Street

University unveils Viñoly designs for graphene innovation centre

The University of Manchester has revealed Rafael Viñoly Architects’ designs for its £60 million Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre.

Glenigan Index - Sept 2015

Private sector work on the up

The UK’s private sector construction sector is showing signs of life, but is being held back by stagnation in the public sector market, according to new figures


Spitalfields Trust: 'There's a fundamental failure of understanding'

Oliver Leigh-Wood of The Spitalfields Trust hits back at claims the campaigning conservation group had pedalled ‘mistruths’ about British Land’s rejected proposals for Norton Folgate

Will Jennings, organiser of Garden Bridge protest campaign A Folly For London

Jennings: 'People are tired of being duped by developers'

Will Jennings, the organiser of the contest seeking rival ideas to Heatherwick Studios’ contentious Garden Bridge, on why people are ‘tired of being marketed to, rather than talked to’



How to become a famous architect

It may not bring you riches or provide a gateway into high society, but if fame is what you truly want, the procedure is quite simple


FAT portrait - Sean Griffiths, Sam Jacob and Charles Holland

FAT in conversation: The death of the architect

Sean Griffiths, Charles Holland, and Sam Jacob discuss the death of the architect



Owen Pritchard on FAT's House for Essex

Owen Pritchard takes a look around FAT’s final project - an ‘ultimate decorated shed’


Zaha: ‘Our Tokyo stadium designs cannot be improved’ Video

Zaha Hadid Architects has released a new video explaining why the Japanese government was wrong to scrap its proposed £1.3 billion Olympic Stadium in Tokyo



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