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6 Bevis Marks, London by Fletcher Priest

Fletcher Priest's City office scheme completes

Fletcher Priest has taken the wraps off its new 6 Bevis Marks office scheme in the City of London.

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Take part in Place: Light First Twitterview

Designers will tomorrow discuss how to integrate light with architecture during an interactive interview on Twitter.

URBED\'s masterplan for the Malmo Quay site

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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Funding victory paves way for repairs to 'best modern church'

Preparatory work has begun for repairs to the east London church recently voted Britain’s best of the postwar years, after it was awarded Heritage Lottery funding

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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