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Issue : August 2012

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  • KPF's proposed HQ for insurer WR Berkley in London's Square Mile

    English Heritage worried over latest London skyscraper schemeSubscription

    News9 January, 2013

    English Heritage has raised concerns over KPF’s proposed 38-storey tower in the City of London which has been recommended for approval by planners

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    AJ seeks sustainability internSubscription

    News19 October, 2012

    Apply now for a November start

  • The Knowledge Transfer Centre

    Specification19 October, 2012

    The Knowledge Transfer Centre is among several research buildings developed by the University of Sheffield and designed by Bond Bryan architects. The complex is a stunning exemplar for highly insulating Kalwall which is used as wall cladding on all the buildings, diffusing natural daylight and providing well-lit working environments. The emphasis on BREEAM Excellent ratings, low running costs and carbon neutrality is well described in Buro Happold’s report about the projects ...

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    Greenshoots? New figures give hope for US market Subscription

    News1 October, 2012

    US architects have reported an increase in work for the first time in five months as the picture slowly begins to improve across the Atlantic

  • Winnipeg Art Gallery (1971) by Gustavo de Roza

    Kuma, Maltzan and DSR but no Brits on Winnipeg shortlistSubscription

    News1 October, 2012

    No British firms have made the six-strong shortlist for the Inuit Art and Learning Centre in Winnipeg, Canada

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    US sees construction spending drops Subscription

    News11 September, 2012

    US construction spending has fallen, according to official figures

  • RHWL's Tara Arts redevelopment scheme in Earlsfield, London

    RHWL submits £1.5m arts centre overhaul plansSubscription

    News11 September, 2012

    [First look + plans + project data] RHWL Arts Team has submitted a planning application for this 520m² scheme to revamp the Tara Arts theatre in Earlsfield, London

  • Stephen Hodder

    Incoming RIBA president backs pay-as-you-go BIMSubscription

    News11 September, 2012

    RIBA president in waiting Stephen Hodder has mooted the idea of pay-as-you-go building information modelling technology – as the row over software prices intensified

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    Footprint's eco-preview of 100% Design Subscription

    News11 September, 2012

    [September 19 - 22, Earl’s Court, London] This year’s show features a green design showroom and seminar hub

  • Pierrevives, Montpellier by Zaha Hadid Architects

    Work completes on Hadid's Montpellier civic HQ Subscription

    News11 September, 2012

    Zaha Hadid Architects’ recently completed Pierresvives building in Montpellier, southern France, will be officailly inaugurated on Thursday (13 September)

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