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Issue : 16 February 2006

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    Archive16 February, 2006

    Sutherland Lyall, who writes about new developments in IT over the next year on pages 42-43, is an architectural journalist, author and self-confessed cyber-geek

  • THOSE WHO SAW STIRLING ON SITE SAID HE HAD NEVER SEEMED SO RELAXEDSubscription

    Archive16 February, 2006

    In his 1984 review of Stirling's Staatsgalerie in the Architectural Review, Reyner Banham asked: 'How can so quintessentially English a Liverpudlian Scot as Stirling only 'nd architectural happiness outside his native isles?' Stuttgart agreed with Stirling. Those who visited him on site reported that he had never seemed so easy and relaxed, and the gallery remains his seminal work.

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    Archive16 February, 2006

    ? What then? Rem Koolhaas reveals his latest effort in Kentucky

  • TUESDAY 14 FEBRUARYSubscription

    Archive16 February, 2006

    BBC comes under fire for 'failings' as architecture client

  • MONDAY 13 FEBRUARYSubscription

    Archive16 February, 2006

    Rogers' Welsh Assembly (pictured below) 'cost proportionally more than Holyrood'

  • WEDNESDAY 15 FEBRUARYSubscription

    Archive16 February, 2006

    Gehry's way of working 'unsuited' to English planning system

  • THURSDAY 9 FEBRUARYSubscription

    Archive16 February, 2006

    Audit Commission says 13-week planning deadline must go

  • DESIGN CODES 'TO BECOME LAW'Subscription

    Archive16 February, 2006

    John Prescott's major commitment to the hugely contentious use of design codes is on the verge of being written into planning law, it has emerged A new publication, the draft Planning Policy Statement 3 (PPS3), shows just how convinced ODPM mandarins have now become that the controversial planning tool must be used in future housing schemes, such as the Thames Gateway, observers have said.

  • MILTON KEYNES GETS SECOND BESTSubscription

    Archive16 February, 2006

    AGENDA

  • GREEN SALAD PLANT BUILTSubscription

    Archive16 February, 2006

    Paul Davis and Partners has released this image of a new saladprocessing factory in China that started on site in January and is due to be completed this spring.

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