Issue : 26 August 2004
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Assael in High Court fees fightSubscription
Pringle backs Roche in parental rate spatSubscription
NO CONFLICT FOR FARRELLSubscription
SIX GO TO THE ANTARCTICSubscription
ARB GOES EASY ON ARCHITECTSubscription
JOWELL'S AFTER APETHORPESubscription
John Donat (1933-2004)Subscription
Although a fine writer, lecturer and broadcaster, John Donat will principally be remembered as one of Britain's foremost photographers of architecture who boldly challenged the genre's accepted conventions.
Ferguson in 'ethnic cleansing'rowSubscription
RIBA president George Ferguson's war on architectural eyesores amounts to 'ethnic cleansing', according to the man behind Bristol's 'vile' Tollgate House.
Holyrood problems deepened by floodSubscription
Yet more controversy has hit the Scottish parliament's Holyrood building this week, with the admission that the basement has suffered flood problems.