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Issue : 27 May 2004

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  • AHMM towers to grace LiverpoolSubscription

    Archive27 May, 2004

    Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM) is about to start on site in Liverpool with these £54 million plans that are set to transform the city's famous waterfront.

  • BDP blasted over Edinburgh plansSubscription

    Archive27 May, 2004

    Heritage watchdogs have slammed a controversial proposal by BDP to replace Edinburgh's historic Waverley Station with a retail and underground station complex 'like Birmingham New Street'.

  • Salisbury intervention puts PCC growth under increased scrutinySubscription

    Archive27 May, 2004

    Proposals to extend the ARB's Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) will come under scrutiny at a special statutory committee hearing in the House of Commons later this year.

  • Code of Practice faces 'pedantic' OFT pressureSubscription

    Archive27 May, 2004

    The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) is again dictating the RIBA's Code of Practice by insisting members only use the plural 'architects' in their name if their practices employ more than one RIBA member, writes Clive Walker.

  • New York firm's perfect pitch to tackle HIV/AIDS in AfricaSubscription

    Archive27 May, 2004

    Architecture for Humanity, the New York-based charity, is looking for architects with football expertise to help tackle HIV/AIDS in South Africa by designing the 'perfect football pitch'.

  • Hayward fears spark listing callsSubscription

    Archive27 May, 2004

    The Twentieth Century Society has reacted to growing concerns over the future of the South Bank Centre's Hayward Gallery by demanding that the Brutalist building be listed.

  • Students asked to show their waresSubscription

    Archive27 May, 2004

    Budding architects are being invited to take part in a new competition to give the muchmaligned retail warehouse unit a complete facelift.

  • Princely falloutSubscription

    Archive27 May, 2004

    It is 20 years since Prince Charles lambasted contemporary architecture with his notorious 'monstrous carbuncle' speech, and the repercussions are still being felt today.

  • A ROYAL LEGACYSubscription

    Archive27 May, 2004

    SAINSBURY WING Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown's 1991 Post-Modern extension to the National Gallery replaced ABK's scheme - which began life as a NeoClassical drum.But the key (beneficial) change was to make the building entirely gallery-related, rather than half offices.

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