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Issue : 22 June 2006

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  • GOOD CLIENTS GET THE BEST FROM THEIR BUILDINGS AFTER THE AWARDSSubscription

    Archive22 June, 2006

    As Alvar Aalto so astutely said, it isn't what a building looks like on its opening that matters, but the way it looks after 30 years. Viewed in this light, the RIBA Awards are an imperfect measure of quality, a transitory judgement which can only be validated with the passage of time.

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    Archive22 June, 2006

    All the news you need from the world of architecture breaks daily on www.ajplus. co. uk. To get your news first activate your online subscription at www. ajplus. co. uk/activate For login details call 020 7505 8623

  • ACCORDIA ARCHITECTS CAST ASIDESubscription

    Archive22 June, 2006

    The designs for Cambridge's flagship Accordia housing project are being value-engineered and the architects sidelined.

  • PETER PHILLIPS' MINORITY VIEWSubscription

    Archive22 June, 2006

    Think back to the French presidential election of 2002.

  • NEWS IN PICTURESSubscription

    Archive22 June, 2006

    ZAHA GETS IN A SPIN WITH DANCING DUBAI TOWERS

  • 'WE NEED TO GET HOUSING RIGHT'Subscription

    Archive22 June, 2006

    David Lammy, Minister for Culture (with responsibility for architecture) was at the RIBA last Friday to launch 'Laying the Foundations', a document encouraging teachers to 'use the built environment as a teaching tool'. After Lammy had finished his rambling speech, Ed Dorrell took the opportunity to catch up with the 33-year-old MP for Tottenham.

  • NEWS IN PICTURESSubscription

    Archive22 June, 2006

    SECOND TIME LUCKY FOR GM+AD Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop Architects (GM+AD) has been given the go-ahead - at the second attempt - for this artists' retreat in the grounds of Dunderave Castle, near Loch Fyne in Scotland. The practice's original competition-winning concept (pictured left), which was submitted for planning in late 2004, was rejected by Argyll and Bute Council planners, who felt the proposals were too modern. However, the architect came back with a reworked scheme for the ...

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    Archive22 June, 2006

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  • WORTH EVERY PENNYSubscription

    Archive22 June, 2006

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  • PRESIDENTIAL? PARDON?Subscription

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