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Rory Olcayto picking up the IBP magazine of the year (weekly) - November 2

AJ shortlisted for six media awards

The AJ has been shortlisted for half a dozen top honours in this year’s International Building Press (IBP) awards

Aerial shot of the new 6,000t, 45,000m2 roof on the former olympic stadium

Row ignites over retractable seating at Olympic Stadium

A subcontractor which helped install retractable seating at the Olympic Stadium has threatened to sabotage equipment to disrupt the Rugby World Cup in a dispute over an upaid bill

Squire and Partners\' Perfume Factory proposals

Squires unveils Old Oak Common twin towers plans

Squire and Partners has submitted plans for Old Oak Common’s first residential tower blocks as part of a wider scheme for up to 534 new homes

Jan Smuts Statue

Out of sight and out of mind: Let's have a elderly memorial clear-out

It’s time to find a retirement home for some of London’s less-loved memorials, says Ellis Woodman


The Artesian Spatial Effect

Ian Martin develops atrium maximisation for doughnuts

John Assael

Assael sets up Dubai outpost

Assael Architecture has announced plans to launch an office in the United Arab Emirates


Owen Hatherley’s Eurovisionaries: Silesian Metropolis

This little-known conurbation in south-west Poland is in fact the largest municipality of the eastern EU, with a sometimes eccentric architectural mix that includes Gothic, Neoclassical and Modernist buildings, writes Owen Hatherley


Alder Hey Children’s Hospital by BDP

The architecture at Alder Hey makes a cathartic break with the past, discovers Catherine Slessor



02.10.15: Buildings that care

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