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Boris Johnson

Boris: London 'needs 600 new schools and 1.75million more homes'

To meet London’s growing population over the next 35 years, the capital will need new river crossings and public transport in addition to schools and housing according to a report by the mayor

Jane Duncan

Jane Duncan: The nine per cent president

In the first of a regular series, the AJ profiles Jane Duncan, the RIBA’s president elect who was voted in by a tiny proportion of the profession

Stormy Castle, Gower by Loyn and Co

Loyn & Co's Stormy Castle scoops Welsh Gold Medal

Loyn & Co has picked up the Welsh Gold Medal for Architecture for its Stormy Castle house in South Wales

Student Shows 2014: the top ten schools

Middleton Hall

Hull planners back controversial changes to Leslie Martin building

Controversial plans to extend a Hull University auditorium designed by architect Leslie Martin have been approved despite concerns the work would ‘irrevocably compromise’ the structure.

Peter Hall

Rogers pays tribute to ‘most important planner in post-war Britain’

Richard Rogers has paid tribute to the urbanist and planner Peter Hall, who died earlier this week, aged 82

Je Ahn and Maria Smith of the east London-based practice Studio Weave

Studio Weave bags £10,000 RIBA research money

Studio Weave has been awarded £10,000 in the RIBA Research Trust Awards

Old Post Office - RIBA Enterprises\' HQ in Newcastle

JDDK wins contest to overhaul RIBA Enterprises HQ

JDDK has picked up the job to overhaul the headquarters of RIBA Enterprises in Newcastle


The Monopolis Commission

Ian Martin does some big thinking

Owen Hatherley

We are building cities based on exclusivity, distinction and snobbery

The social segregation of 19th century housing is used as a template by today’s architects, says Owen Hatherley


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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AJ Specification, July 2014

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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


Well Lit by RCKa

Place: Light First – Well Lit by RCKa

The sixth and final AJ/iGuzzini Place: Light First proposal aims to help regenerate the space around Wilson, Son & Aldwinkle’s dilapidated but much-loved Gothic Revival Ladywell Playtower (1885) in London SE4