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Wilkinson Eyre\'s Prussian Blue tower at 150 Leadenhall

Wilkinson Eyre's 40-storey City tower scheme set for go-ahead

A group of three linked office blocks of up to 40 storeys designed by Wilkinson Eyre is set to be approved by the City of London later this week

Michael Wilford

Wilford: 'Claims Stirling was unhappy with Poultry are wrong'

Michael Wilford has hit back at claims that designs for No.1 Poultry were incomplete and that James Stirling was unhappy with parts of the plans at the time of his death

Reinhold Messner’s 6th and last MMM-Museum designed by Zaha Hadid Architects

Hadid's mountain-top museum opens

A new museum designed by Zaha Hadid for famous mountaineer Reinhold Messner has opened on the top of the Kronplatz peak, in the South Tyrol, Italy

Are these really the worst 10 schools in the UK?


Enter the AJ/Curtins Inspiring Graduate Prize

The AJ and Curtins has launched a new prize for architecture graduates

Snohetta cable car

Snøhetta wins contest for Italian cable car

Norwegian firm Snøhetta has won a competition to design a new cable car in Bolzano, Italy

RCKa Arklow Road Pocket Homes

RCKa wins planning for Lewisham Pocket homes conversion

RCKa has won planning for an affordable housing scheme for micro-housing specialist Pocket Living

Roz Barr Architects\' runner-up scheme for Porsgrunn Church in Norway

So close again for Barr in latest Norwegian church contest

Roz Barr Architects has been beaten in a competition to design a Norweigan church – losing out to the same practice in a similar competition in 2012

Heatherwick Garden Bridge

Ian Ritchie: 'What problem does the Garden Bridge solve?'

Ian Ritchie takes a forensic look at why Thomas Heatherwick’s controversial Garden Bridge proposal is the wrong project for London

Guardian rankings screenshot

Debunking the architecture school rankings

The schools are doing fine regardless of The Guardian’s rankings, says Rory Olcayto


Insuring against the worst

Legalese: Make sure your professional indemnity insurance reflects a realistic level of risk for the project in hand, says Mark Klimt



Enter the AJ/Curtins Inspiring Graduate Prize

The AJ and Curtins has launched a new prize for architecture graduates


Student fees protest

Rosbottom: ‘Students are not only paying more, they are getting less’

Delft University of Technology’s new chair of architecture and interiors, Daniel Rosbottom, on architectural education in the UK and why students should look to study abroad


Hult International Business School by Sergison Bates

Hult International Business School by Sergison Bates Architects

Owen Pritchard discovers a hardworking building that has been transformed with a keen eye for detail


AJ cover Student Issue 24 July 2015

24.07.15: The student issue

Subscribers can view this week’s AJ here


KCA cover

Exemplary Housing Estate Regeneration in Europe

Read the digital edition of Exemplary Housing Estate Regeneration in Europe, a special publication by the Architects’ Journal