Issue : 1 July 2004
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Farrell in 'conflict of interest' rowSubscription
RIBA set to put trust in KnevittSubscription
Debate wins ministerial sympathySubscription
ARB IN NOT GUILTY VERDICTSubscription
REGENT PLANS TO BE HEARDSubscription
CABE UNDER THE MICROSCOPESubscription
Foster set to follow BedZED's leadSubscription
The eco-developer behind Bill Dunster's award-winning BedZED scheme is to team up with Foster and Partners to build 2,000 homes in the Thames Gateway.
An international competition has been launched to design a new research station in the Antarctic. Located on a floating ice shelf, the current British Antarctic Survey (BAS) centre needs to be replaced before it drifts off on an iceberg.
Farrell to follow Nash through LondonSubscription
Terry Farrell & Partners yesterday unveiled its proposal for a new walk through the heart of central London , 'The Nash Ramblas'.