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Issue : 15 May 2003

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  • Student hardship fund in crisisSubscription

    Archive15 May, 2003

    Britain's only fund for poverty-stricken architecture students is set to run dry within a year unless there is drastic action, the AJ has learnt.

  • EH slams 'obtrusive' Ritchie Thames schemeSubscription

    Archive15 May, 2003

    English Heritage has launched a savage assault on Ian Ritchie Architects' controversial plans for Potters' Field in the London Borough of Southwark.

  • RIBA and CABE fighting threat to 'inspired' country house guidanceSubscription

    Archive15 May, 2003

    CABE and the RIBA are set to put pressure on the government to abandon its plans to revise Planning Policy Guidance Note 7 (PPG 7).

  • Marks Barfield's Gateway to the capitalSubscription

    Archive15 May, 2003

    Marks Barfield Architects has produced this image, one of four visions for a £425 million bridge across the Thames.The crossing, which will connect the Thames Gateway with Beckton, will include four lanes for general traffic, two bus lanes and two bike lanes. Transport for London (which is behind the proposals) has launched a period of consultation, to run until August. Work on the bridge, which will be central to the massive development planned for the Thames Gateway area, will ...

  • CABE'S NEW COMMISSIONERSSubscription

    Archive15 May, 2003

    Culture minister Baroness Blackstone has appointed two commissioners to CABE to coincide with the launch on Monday of CABE Space, the new body responsible for parks and open land.Freelance urban green spaces consultant Alan Barber will take on responsibility for urban parks and landscape architect Jason Barber will oversee the landscape architecture strategy.

  • HADID ON MIES SHORTLISTSubscription

    Archive15 May, 2003

    Zaha Hadid's Terminus Hoenheim North in Strasbourg has made it into the last five of the Mies van der Rohe Award - the EU's Prize for Contemporary Architecture.Also on the shortlist are Xavier De Geyter for the Chassé Park Apartments in the Netherlands;

  • NOUVEL LANDS RIO SCHEMESubscription

    Archive15 May, 2003

    Jean Nouvel has signed a contract to design a new Guggenheim Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro.The scheme, in the port area, includes galleries, shops, restaurants and a tropical garden.

  • EUROPA NOSTRA WINNERSSubscription

    Archive15 May, 2003

    Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop Architects has won a Europa Nostra Award for its Central Station regeneration project in Glasgow.

  • RIAS IN DRIVE FOR MSPsSubscription

    Archive15 May, 2003

    The RIAS has launched a campaign to target newly elected members of the Scottish Parliament.Director of practice Gus MacDonald said architects were being paired with local MSPs and MPs to press home the importance of good design.

  • A big headline with a lead storySubscription

    Archive15 May, 2003

    Two dogs ran away. Batman very lamely untangles five mostly angstridden Macintoshes, because one putrid poison tickled two partly schizophrenic bureaux, even though one almost irascible television perused Minnesota. The extremely angst-ridden lampstand comfortably telephoned five bourgeois dogs, but two mats sacrificed five orifices, then one purple elephant incinerated the Klingons, even though bureaux kisses one angst-ridden subway, and the chrysanthemums gossips. One aardvark bought ...

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