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Issue : 7 September 2006

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  • THIS IS THE ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOUR THAT SHAKESPEARE WROTE FORSubscription

    Archive7 September, 2006

    Many years ago, in the time before the twin pleasures of architecture and journalism got the better of me, I briey worked as a guide-of-sorts at the replica Globe on Bankside in London.

  • CONTRIBUTORSSubscription

    Archive7 September, 2006

    Andrea Wulf, who reviews the book about William Kent on page 43, is the co-author of This Other Eden:

  • THURSDAY 31 AUGUSTSubscription

    Archive7 September, 2006

    ? Troubleshooter Capita Symonds parachuted in at Brum library

  • MONDAY 4 SEPTEMBERSubscription

    Archive7 September, 2006

    RIBA's conservation register passes Office of Fair Trading test

  • FRIDAY 1 SEPTEMBERSubscription

    Archive7 September, 2006

    Cumbrian killer bug saga rumbles on after council launches internal inquiry

  • TUESDAY 5 SEPTEMBERSubscription

    Archive7 September, 2006

    Collett and Farmer wins High Court battle after three years of legal woe (see page 12)

  • WEDNESDAY 6 SEPTEMBERSubscription

    Archive7 September, 2006

    Broadway Malyan reveals vast scheme for Merseyside's New Brighton (left)

  • THE SCRAMBLE FOR CUBA BEGINSSubscription

    Archive7 September, 2006

    Extraordinary talks are about to begin to open up the Cuban market to British and EU-based architects.

  • ELEPHANT FOLLOWS RISKY PATHSubscription

    Archive7 September, 2006

    AGENDA

  • SMALL FIRM LEFT TO COURT TROUBLESubscription

    Archive7 September, 2006

    AGENDA

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