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  • David Chipperfield Architects' reworked - and smaller - proposals for the new Nobel Centre in Stockholm [September 2015]

    Chipperfield reveals reworked Nobel Centre plans Subscription

    News21 September, 2015

    David Chipperfield Architects has reduced the size of its proposed new Nobel Centre in Stockholm in response to local concerns

  • Urban Splasn/Places for People- ShedKm custom-build homes in North Shields

    Urban Splash wins planning for new custom-build homesSubscription

    News13 January, 2015

    Urban Splash and affordable housing provider Places for People has won detailed planning permission for the first phase of a kit-of-parts development in North Shields

  • Paul Rudolph's Orange County government offices

    Rescue bid launched for Rudolph's Orange County gem Subscription

    News9 December, 2014

    A US architect has submitted official proposals to buy the under-threat Orange County Government Centre in New York state for a reported $5 million.

  • AHMM at AJ00 in 2013

    AHMM adds 60 staff and sees profits doubleSubscription

    News2 December, 2014

    Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM) more than doubled its pre-tax profits in the last financial year, according to its latest set of accounts

  • Best Laid PlansSubscription

    Opinion10 January, 2008

    I wonder whether Johnny Rodger was familiar with Eden Court Theatre in Inverness prior to its latest extension, which he reviews in AJ 20.12.07. It was very much ‘of its time’ and not without its problems, but it was nonetheless a strong, characterful and clearly organised piece of architecture. My impression, on a recent visit following its reopening, was that Page\Park has failed to live up to or respect this in its alterations, particularly in its treatment of the ground floor and entrance ..