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Paul Karakusevic

Ellis Woodman interviews Paul Karakusevic

3-Jul-2015 | By Ellis Woodman

In this exclusive interview Paul Karakusevic and Ellis Woodman discuss the profession’s revived interest in social housing

Spinners garden new house by PAD Studio

PAD Studio completes £550,000 New Forest house

2-Jul-2015 | By Michaila Hancock

Hampshire-based PAD Studio has completed this two-storey home set within a woodland garden

wHITE

Strange days

2-Jul-2015 | By Owen Hatherley

Owen Hatherley considers the future of urban housing provision

(4) Rotterdam, Ommoord-in-Aanbouw

Post-war estate regeneration: Improvement over replacement

1-Jul-2015 | By Ellis Woodman

Europe holds important lessons in regenerating post-war housing estates, writes Ellis Woodman in an extract from Exemplar Housing Estate Regeneration in Europe

Stebon Primary School by Rivington Street Studios

Rivington Street Studio completes Passivhaus School

30-Jun-2015 | By

Rivington Street Studio has completed London’s first Passivhaus school

Sheffield\'s Park Hill in the 1960s

Ivor Smith: What makes a house a home?

30-Jun-2015 | By Ivor Smith

The architect of Park Hill Estate, Sheffield on the rules of good housing

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015

Capita and Gerry Judah reveal Goodwood sculpture

29-Jun-2015 | By

Artist Gerry Judah has unveiled the centrepiece for the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed Festival which was held last weekend (25 - 28 June)

Theis + Khan\'s revamp of 76 Portland Place

Theis + Khan reveals £2.9m RIBA HQ overhaul

29-Jun-2015 | By

Theis + Khan has revealed its recently completed revamp of RIBA’s new administrative centre at 76 Portland Place

AHR Altrincham

AHR completes Altrincham transport interchange

29-Jun-2015 | By

AHR has completed this £19 million transport interchange in Altrincham, Greater Manchester

Livinhome by Geraghty Taylor

Livinhome by Geraghty Taylor Architects

26-Jun-2015 | By Brendon Geraghty

Brendan Geraghty describes how Geraghty Taylor Architects adapted the shell and core concept typical of office buildings to create a new flexible housing model

Hillington Square by Mae

Hillington Square by Mae

26-Jun-2015 | By Owen Pritchard

Owen Pritchard finds a quiet and effective model of regeneration, at a former unloved estate in Kings Lynn

Populus WAF

Populous unveils WAF London installation

25-Jun-2015 | By Michaila Hancock

Taking inspiration from the Eames’ House of Cards, architect Populous has created this exhbition for the inaugural World Architecture Festival (WAF) London

Dreamland revamp by Guy Hollaway Architects

Margate’s Dreamland reopens

24-Jun-2015 | By

The Dreamland amusement park in Margate has reopened to the public after an £18million overhaul by Guy Hollaway Architects

OMA Garage Museuum of Contemporary Art

OMA completes Moscow's Garage Museum of Contemporary Art

24-Jun-2015 | By

Rem Koolhaas’ practice OMA has completed this new modern art museum in Moscow

Ronald McDonald House by Keppie

Keppie’s £3.4m Ronald McDonald house opens its doors

23-Jun-2015 | By Jim Dunton

AJ120 practice Keppie has completed this new accomodation block at the South Glasgow Hospitals Campus

McGrath Road back-to-back housing by Peter Barber

Peter Barber reveals Newham back-to-back housing

23-Jun-2015 | By

Peter Barber Architects has revealed plans for back-to-back housing in Stratford, East London

Serpentine Pavilion by SelgasCano - completed, June 2015

'Serpentine is a lumpy rainbow of ETFE and ribbons', says Pritchard

22-Jun-2015 | By Owen Pritchard

The AJ’s technical editor Owen Pritchard on this year’s playful but poorly detailed Serpentine Pavilion by Spanish practice SelgasCano

Metropoitan Workshop\'s proposed new housing tower for Pocket in Wandsworth

Pocket wins planning for first 'micro-flats' tower

22-Jun-2015 | By

Metropolitan Workshop has scooped the go-ahead for this 24-storey tower in south London - the largest scheme to date for micro-housing specialist Pocket Living

Serpentine Pavilion by SelgasCano - under construction [June 2015]

First photos emerge of 2015 Serpentine Pavilion

19-Jun-2015 | By

Work is nearing completion on Madrid-based SelgasCano’s multi-coloured Serpentine Pavilion

Palace of Assembly, Chandigarh

From the archive: Correa on Chandigarh

18-Jun-2015 | By Charles Correa

In this article which first appeared in the Architectural Review in 1964, Indian architect Charles Correa takes a look at Corbusier’s Chandigarh

The Bishopsgate Goodsyard - as amended and resubmitted in June 2015

Bishopsgate redesign: fewer homes, less glass and shorter towers

18-Jun-2015 | By Michaila Hancock

Developer Hammerson has dropped the height of the towers and reduced the amount of glass on its controversial £800million Bishopsgate Goodsyard project in East London

University of Greenwich Stockwell Street Building by Heneghan Peng

RIBA Awards 2015: Campus

18-Jun-2015 | By Neil Spiller

Neil Spiller of the University of Greenwich gives a client’s view of building its RIBA Award winning Stockwell Street Building

National Theatre by Haworth Tompkins

RIBA Awards 2015: Cultural

18-Jun-2015 | By Peter Wilson

Peter Wilson on the challenges of commissioning award-winning cultural buildings

Maggie’s Cancer Care Centre, Lanarkshire by Reiach and Hall

RIBA Awards 2015: Health

18-Jun-2015 | Updated: 18-Jun-2015 | By Bernie Marden

Bernie Marden on how he created a RIBA Award-winning healthcare building in Bath with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Kew House by Piercy and Company

RIBA Awards 2015: House

18-Jun-2015 | Updated: 18-Jun-2015 | By Binith Cheeran

Binith Cheeran tells of how he entrusted John Pardey Architects with designing his home

St Mary of Eton Church Apartments and Community Rooms by Matthew Lloyd Architects

RIBA Awards 2015: Religious

18-Jun-2015 | Updated: 18-Jun-2015 | By Martyn Percy

The client of Niall McLaughlin’s Stirling Prize-shortlisted Chapel Martyn Percy tells of the creation of the award-winning building

Brentford Lock West by Duggan Morris Architects

RIBA Awards 2015: Housing

18-Jun-2015 | By Jon Moen

Stirling Prize-shortlisted Newhall Be’s client Jon Moen on how you create an award-winning housing development

Foyles by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands

RIBA Awards 2015: Retail

18-Jun-2015 | By Jeremy Thornton

To create award-winning retail architecture you need an empowered team, says John Lewis’ Jeremy Thornton

Burntwood School by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

RIBA Awards 2015: School

18-Jun-2015 | By Helen Dorfman

Burntwood School principal Helen Dorfman tells of how they discovered that Allford Hall Monaghan Morris shared their vision for award-winning architecture

The Foundry by Architecture 00

RIBA Awards 2015: Workplace

18-Jun-2015 | By Rob Samuel

British Land’s Rob Samuel on what makes great workplace architecture

Paul Karakusevic

Ellis Woodman interviews Paul Karakusevic

3-Jul-2015 | By Ellis Woodman

In this exclusive interview Paul Karakusevic and Ellis Woodman discuss the profession’s revived interest in social housing

wHITE

Strange days

2-Jul-2015 | By Owen Hatherley

Owen Hatherley considers the future of urban housing provision

(4) Rotterdam, Ommoord-in-Aanbouw

Post-war estate regeneration: Improvement over replacement

1-Jul-2015 | By Ellis Woodman

Europe holds important lessons in regenerating post-war housing estates, writes Ellis Woodman in an extract from Exemplar Housing Estate Regeneration in Europe

Sheffield\'s Park Hill in the 1960s

Ivor Smith: What makes a house a home?

30-Jun-2015 | By Ivor Smith

The architect of Park Hill Estate, Sheffield on the rules of good housing

Livinhome by Geraghty Taylor

Livinhome by Geraghty Taylor Architects

26-Jun-2015 | By Brendon Geraghty

Brendan Geraghty describes how Geraghty Taylor Architects adapted the shell and core concept typical of office buildings to create a new flexible housing model

Hillington Square by Mae

Hillington Square by Mae

26-Jun-2015 | By Owen Pritchard

Owen Pritchard finds a quiet and effective model of regeneration, at a former unloved estate in Kings Lynn

Palace of Assembly, Chandigarh

From the archive: Correa on Chandigarh

18-Jun-2015 | By Charles Correa

In this article which first appeared in the Architectural Review in 1964, Indian architect Charles Correa takes a look at Corbusier’s Chandigarh

University of Greenwich Stockwell Street Building by Heneghan Peng

RIBA Awards 2015: Campus

18-Jun-2015 | By Neil Spiller

Neil Spiller of the University of Greenwich gives a client’s view of building its RIBA Award winning Stockwell Street Building

National Theatre by Haworth Tompkins

RIBA Awards 2015: Cultural

18-Jun-2015 | By Peter Wilson

Peter Wilson on the challenges of commissioning award-winning cultural buildings

Maggie’s Cancer Care Centre, Lanarkshire by Reiach and Hall

RIBA Awards 2015: Health

18-Jun-2015 | Updated: 18-Jun-2015 | By Bernie Marden

Bernie Marden on how he created a RIBA Award-winning healthcare building in Bath with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Kew House by Piercy and Company

RIBA Awards 2015: House

18-Jun-2015 | Updated: 18-Jun-2015 | By Binith Cheeran

Binith Cheeran tells of how he entrusted John Pardey Architects with designing his home

St Mary of Eton Church Apartments and Community Rooms by Matthew Lloyd Architects

RIBA Awards 2015: Religious

18-Jun-2015 | Updated: 18-Jun-2015 | By Martyn Percy

The client of Niall McLaughlin’s Stirling Prize-shortlisted Chapel Martyn Percy tells of the creation of the award-winning building

Brentford Lock West by Duggan Morris Architects

RIBA Awards 2015: Housing

18-Jun-2015 | By Jon Moen

Stirling Prize-shortlisted Newhall Be’s client Jon Moen on how you create an award-winning housing development

Foyles by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands

RIBA Awards 2015: Retail

18-Jun-2015 | By Jeremy Thornton

To create award-winning retail architecture you need an empowered team, says John Lewis’ Jeremy Thornton

Burntwood School by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

RIBA Awards 2015: School

18-Jun-2015 | By Helen Dorfman

Burntwood School principal Helen Dorfman tells of how they discovered that Allford Hall Monaghan Morris shared their vision for award-winning architecture

Interact

Livinhome by Geraghty Taylor

Livinhome by Geraghty Taylor Architects

26-Jun-2015 | By Brendon Geraghty

Brendan Geraghty describes how Geraghty Taylor Architects adapted the shell and core concept typical of office buildings to create a new flexible housing model

HAB Housing and Hugh Strange Architects\' proposals for Avon

Green light for HAB Housing's Avon Gorge nature reserve cabin

19-Jan-2015 | By Tim Clark

Kevin McCloud’s HAB Housing and Hugh Strange Architects have won planning for a volunteers cabin at Avon Wildlife Trust’s newest nature reserve in the Avon Gorge

Paul Karakusevic

Ellis Woodman interviews Paul Karakusevic

3-Jul-2015 | By Ellis Woodman

In this exclusive interview Paul Karakusevic and Ellis Woodman discuss the profession’s revived interest in social housing

Dreamland revamp by Guy Hollaway Architects

Margate’s Dreamland reopens

24-Jun-2015 | By

The Dreamland amusement park in Margate has reopened to the public after an £18million overhaul by Guy Hollaway Architects