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Zaha Hadid Oxford

Zaha unwraps polished steel Middle East Centre extension

29-May-2015 | By

Zaha Hadid Architects has completed its long-awaited extension to the Middle East Centre at St Antony’s College, Oxford

Theatre Royal

Theatre Royal by Page/Park Architects

29-May-2015 | By

Rory Olcayto finds a theatre using architecture to attract wider audiences

The Geffrye Museum

Architecture tomorrow - museums and galleries

29-May-2015 | By David Dewing

In recent decades the emphasis in museums has shifted from the objects on display to the needs and expectations of visitors – and these are now the primary drivers in designing a museum, says David Dewing

Battersea Power Station Phase 4A designed by Patel Taylor

Patel Taylor unveils designs for Battersea affordable homes

28-May-2015 | By

Patel Taylor and John Thompson & Partners (JTP) have revealed plans for 374 new affordable homes as part of the fourth phase of the redevelopment of Battersea Power station

Design Engine Winchester chapel

Design Engine reveals Winchester chapel plans

28-May-2015 | By

Design Engine has revealed plans to extend and renovate the University of Winchester’s Victorian Chapel

Sauerbruch Hutton Fletcher Priest New Ludgate

Sauerbruch Hutton and Fletcher Priest complete City offices

28-May-2015 | By

Sauerbruch Hutton and Fletcher Priest have completed this 30,700m2 office scheme next to the Old Bailey in the City of London

Glyndebourne White Cube by Carmody Groarke

Carmody Groarke completes Glyndebourne art pavilion

27-May-2015 | By

The winners of this year’s AJ Small Projects Award Carmody Groarke has unwrapped this temporary art gallery at Glyndebourne in East Sussex

Panter Hudspith East Dulwich picturehouse

Panter Hudspith cuts ribbon on £1.2m East Dulwich cinema

27-May-2015 | By

Panter Hudspith Architects has converted a Victorian church and schoolhouse in East Dulwich, London into a new 850m2 cinema

Patel Taylor St Georges Bristol

Patel Taylor reveals £5.5m extension plans for Bristol arts venue

26-May-2015 | By

Patel Taylor has revealed plans to add a ‘pavilion-style’ arts pavilion to St George’s concert hall in Bristol

66-86 Farringdon Road

Sheppard Robson Clerkenwell scheme goes in for planning

26-May-2015 | By Jim Dunton

Proposals by Sheppard Robson to replace a central London car park with an office, hotel and retail development have been submitted for planning

RCKa Cottage

Playing the planning system

22-May-2015 | By Tim Riley

When an application to replace a cottage was rejected, RCKa found that an anomaly in permitted development rules provided the key to giving its clients the home they wanted

The Shields Centre

The Shields Centre by Anderson Bell Christie Architects

22-May-2015 | By Jude Barber

Jude Barber finds a refined building that reinforces the civic importance of public healthcare

UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre by Hopkins

Architecture tomorrow - healthcare

22-May-2015 | By Jonathan Wilson

The healthcare sector is changing radically. Advances in medical science and technology, together with an ageing population, are having a dramatic effect on the building types required, says Jonathan Wilson

FAT and Grayson Perry\'s House for Essex

Holland on Julie's house: 'It is the ultimate decorated shed'

19-May-2015 | By

FAT’s final project – a collaboration with artist Grayson Perry for Living Architecture – has finally completed

Haringey Brick House

Satish Jassal completes 51m² house in Haringey

18-May-2015 | By Michaila Hancock

Satish Jassal Architects has completed this small brick house in Haringey, North London

Soane Museum

John Soane’s private apartments and model room open to the public

18-May-2015 | By

The John Soane Museum in London has opened the architect’s private apartments and model room to the public for the first time in more than 160 years

Bircham Park

Bircham Park by S333

18-May-2015 | By Owen Pritchard

Owen Pritchard finds the car is still king with this Plymouth car park

Haverstock Alexandra College

Haverstock to add college to Brutalist Alexandra Road Estate

15-May-2015 | By

Haverstock has won the go-ahead for a new adult learning centre in the grade II*-listed Alexandra Road Estate in Camden

Orms\' studio

The thinking behind Orms’ own new office

15-May-2015 | By John McRae

At our office we have created a studio designed by the collective, says John McRae

5 Pancras Square

Re-thinking the local authority HQ

15-May-2015 | By Rab Bennetts

Through this new workplace Camden has developed new ways of working, says Rab Bennetts

Two St Peter\'s Square

Responding to a new working culture and the needs of the city

15-May-2015 | By Rachel Haugh

Offices must be able to adapt and respond to the changing nature of the working environment, says Rachel Haugh

Henry Wood House

The tech generation is creating a shift in workplace design

15-May-2015 | By Matt Yeoman

Start-ups are changing how developers approach offices, says Matt Yeoman

One St Peter\'s Square

One St Peter’s Square by Glenn Howells

15-May-2015 | By James McLachlan

James Mclachlan finds a big building overshadowing its rivals when it comes to placemaking

Architype St Michaels Hospice

Architype completes £11m Hereford hospice

14-May-2015 | By

Architype has completed this £11 million hospice building in Hereford

Birmingham Curzon Station

Architecture Tomorrow - transport buildings

13-May-2015 | By Denise Chevin

A wealth of opportunities to design prestige projects will arise out of the Conservatives’ policy of investing in transport infrastructure to drive regeneration, says Denise Chevin

Moller

C.F. Møller submits plans for 75 homes in Buckinghamshire

13-May-2015 | By

C. F. Møller Architects has submitted planning for two housing schemes in Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire for the Rothschild Foundation

NYC Highline

Architecture Tomorrow - regeneration

8-May-2015 | By Vincent Lacovara

Developers are starting to pay more attention to landscape and public realm infrastructure, so architects should consider ways of getting involved in the design and delivery of infrastructure, says Vincent Lacovara

National Theatre

National Theatre by Haworth Tompkins

8-May-2015 | By Jay Merrick

Jay Merrick discovers that Haworth Tompkins’ remodelled National Theatre hasn’t lost any of its magic

Sanei Hopkins\' para 55 house in Suffolk - approved March 2015

Another 'country house’ victory as rural Suffolk home approved

7-May-2015 | By

Sanei Hopkins has become the latest practice to successfully rely on the ‘country house’ clause after winning the go-ahead for this new rural home in Suffolk

Studio Weave Milton Keynes Pavilion

Studio Weave reveals Milton Keynes pavilion

6-May-2015 | By

Dalston-based Studio Weave has completed this timber pavilion at Milton Keynes Arts Centre

Theatre Royal

Theatre Royal by Page/Park Architects

29-May-2015 | By

Rory Olcayto finds a theatre using architecture to attract wider audiences

The Geffrye Museum

Architecture tomorrow - museums and galleries

29-May-2015 | By David Dewing

In recent decades the emphasis in museums has shifted from the objects on display to the needs and expectations of visitors – and these are now the primary drivers in designing a museum, says David Dewing

RCKa Cottage

Playing the planning system

22-May-2015 | By Tim Riley

When an application to replace a cottage was rejected, RCKa found that an anomaly in permitted development rules provided the key to giving its clients the home they wanted

The Shields Centre

The Shields Centre by Anderson Bell Christie Architects

22-May-2015 | By Jude Barber

Jude Barber finds a refined building that reinforces the civic importance of public healthcare

UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre by Hopkins

Architecture tomorrow - healthcare

22-May-2015 | By Jonathan Wilson

The healthcare sector is changing radically. Advances in medical science and technology, together with an ageing population, are having a dramatic effect on the building types required, says Jonathan Wilson

Bircham Park

Bircham Park by S333

18-May-2015 | By Owen Pritchard

Owen Pritchard finds the car is still king with this Plymouth car park

Henry Wood House

The tech generation is creating a shift in workplace design

15-May-2015 | By Matt Yeoman

Start-ups are changing how developers approach offices, says Matt Yeoman

Orms\' studio

The thinking behind Orms’ own new office

15-May-2015 | By John McRae

At our office we have created a studio designed by the collective, says John McRae

5 Pancras Square

Re-thinking the local authority HQ

15-May-2015 | By Rab Bennetts

Through this new workplace Camden has developed new ways of working, says Rab Bennetts

Two St Peter\'s Square

Responding to a new working culture and the needs of the city

15-May-2015 | By Rachel Haugh

Offices must be able to adapt and respond to the changing nature of the working environment, says Rachel Haugh

One St Peter\'s Square

One St Peter’s Square by Glenn Howells

15-May-2015 | By James McLachlan

James Mclachlan finds a big building overshadowing its rivals when it comes to placemaking

Birmingham Curzon Station

Architecture Tomorrow - transport buildings

13-May-2015 | By Denise Chevin

A wealth of opportunities to design prestige projects will arise out of the Conservatives’ policy of investing in transport infrastructure to drive regeneration, says Denise Chevin

NYC Highline

Architecture Tomorrow - regeneration

8-May-2015 | By Vincent Lacovara

Developers are starting to pay more attention to landscape and public realm infrastructure, so architects should consider ways of getting involved in the design and delivery of infrastructure, says Vincent Lacovara

National Theatre

National Theatre by Haworth Tompkins

8-May-2015 | By Jay Merrick

Jay Merrick discovers that Haworth Tompkins’ remodelled National Theatre hasn’t lost any of its magic

Italy Pavilion at the Milan Expo 2015

Milan Expo 2015: first reaction from the AJ editor

6-May-2015 | Updated: 14-May-2015 | By

There may be organisational issues and local protests over its reliance on volunteers, but this Expo will hook you, says Rory Olcayto

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RCKa Cottage

Playing the planning system

22-May-2015 | By Tim Riley

When an application to replace a cottage was rejected, RCKa found that an anomaly in permitted development rules provided the key to giving its clients the home they wanted