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Evil beneath a pork pie hat

18-Jul-2014 | By

Ian Martin’s best ideas have been systematically stolen

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An Unbelievable House of None

11-Jul-2014 | By

Ian Martin designs a ‘place of ourship’

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The Right to Let Die

4-Jul-2014 | By

Ian Martin submits outline ideas for Blingnangstonbury

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British Values and National Treasures

27-Jun-2014 | By

Ian Martin attends an extraordinary meeting of Space Invaders

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Less Foundation is More Foundation

23-Jun-2014 | By

Ian Martin plans to restore the legendary Epic Space Foundation

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Boom time for high-rise London

13-Jun-2014 | By

Ian Martin considers blowing up the Shard

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Ian Martin: My ten favourite bits of London

10-Jun-2014 | By

AJ columnist and exiled Londoner Ian Martin chooses his favourite parts of the capital ahead of a talk at the Royal Academy about his experiences of London as an outsider

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Independent Glasgow, Wind-Up Tamworth

6-Jun-2014 | By

Ian Martin visits the Tamworth Biennale

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The Emptiness Between All Particles

2-Jun-2014 | By

Ian Martin spends a night in the cells

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A Glampfabulous Poddy-Wod and the New Everywhere

22-May-2014 | By

Ian Martin redesigns the green belt, taking it in a notch

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Architecture is about optimism and possibility, not endless belly-aching

23-Jul-2014 | By

Thinking about the future of Heathrow without planes is a welcome indication that orthodoxy can be challenged, writes Paul Finch

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Evil beneath a pork pie hat

18-Jul-2014 | By

Ian Martin’s best ideas have been systematically stolen

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Our Skyline recommendations are backed by expert supporters

18-Jul-2014 | By

Over to you Boris, says Rory Olcayto

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Planning services have declined in quality – despite the increase in fees and charges

17-Jul-2014 | By

Planning is ever more complicated, writes Paul Finch

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An Unbelievable House of None

11-Jul-2014 | By

Ian Martin designs a ‘place of ourship’

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Building all over the green belt is indefensible

10-Jul-2014 | By

When so much of London lies empty, writes Paul Finch

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Why aren't architects trusted to solve the housing crisis?

10-Jul-2014 | By

Market forces alone will not lift the design quality of the national housing stock, says Richard Waite

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The Right to Let Die

4-Jul-2014 | By

Ian Martin submits outline ideas for Blingnangstonbury

Owen Hatherley

Tempelhof airport has become the site of a battle for freedom from development

4-Jul-2014 | By Owen Hatherley

The eerie unused space of Tempelhof field is increasingly scarce in Berlin, writes Owen Hatherley

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From Barts to Baku, architects must choose their projects wisely

3-Jul-2014 | By

Architects must increasingly consider the ethical dimension of their work, writes Rory Olcayto