Issue : 21 October 2004
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The stars shine on Stirling nightSubscription
This year's Stirling Prize was held at Old Billingsgate Market in the City of London, a conversion by Richard Rogers.
Simpson anger as tower scheme stalls on MerseySubscription
Ian Simpson has sparked a row with Liverpool's city leaders after he accused them of stalling over his 50-storey Brunswick Quay tower scheme.
Rogers' Leadenhall set for thumbs upSubscription
Richard Rogers Partnership's Leadenhall Building is expected to be given the go-ahead by the Corporation of London next Tuesday.
UCE report blames 'climate of change'Subscription
The University of Central England (UCE) has produced its long-awaited report into the last academic year's appalling undergraduate results.
Hong Kong helps Libeskind forget StirlingSubscription
Daniel Libeskind has put his disappointment at not winning this year's Stirling Prize behind him with the announcement that he is to design a new creative media centre in Hong Kong. The US$100 million (£55.5 million) landmark building for the City University of Hong Kong will look down on the rest of the campus from its site below the Lion Rock and Nine Dragon mountains. Split into an academic facility and a public outreach centre, the 30,200m 2 building will house the schools ...
Rogers ready for Ikea revolutionSubscription
Stanhope director Peter Rogers has predicted that government demands for low-cost housing will revolutionise the way architects work.
Prince to use PPG 7 rule for new homeSubscription
Prince Charles is set to take advantage of the AJ's recent PPG 7 campaign victory by building a new country house.