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The Great Tudor Alibi

2-Mar-2015 | By

Ian Martin has a brush with the law, but first deals with an ethical dilemma

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A Mercian Wave

17-Feb-2015 | By

Tamworth is where it’s at, discovers Ian Martin

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Enharmonic Typology

13-Feb-2015 | By

A trip to McDonalds and a new app gives Ian Martin a cheeky idea

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The Auto-Nostalgic Reboot

10-Feb-2015 | By

Ian Martin considers the capital’s newest reboot but first must deal with some troublesome mosaics

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This Feudopolitan Life

29-Jan-2015 | By

Ian Martin masterplans one of the government’s garden cities

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Space, the new carbon

21-Jan-2015 | By

Pocket gardens and vast Nazi forests leave Ian Martin dazed and confused at a networking jacuzzi

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The worm is cast

14-Jan-2015 | By

Ian Martin’s plans for a tunnel beneath the Thames take a turn for the worse

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Londone and dusted

8-Jan-2015 | By

Ian Martin rallies support for the capital to be moved to the heart of Mercia

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‘Austerity Christmas Human Turducken’

11-Dec-2014 | By

Ian Martin sets his sights on becoming a Wise Howl

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Twirly Atlantis

3-Dec-2014 | By

Ian Martin gets to grips with sprialling housing costs

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The Great Tudor Alibi

2-Mar-2015 | By

Ian Martin has a brush with the law, but first deals with an ethical dilemma

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Build bridges, not trumpet worn-out stereotypes

27-Feb-2015 | By

Shuttleworth is right to celebrate building services engineers, but why trash architects? asks Hattie Hartman

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Architects must branch out and embrace green infrastructure

27-Feb-2015 | By

The benefits of green infrastructure are propelling it from optional extra to must-have, says Will Hurst

The Shard by Catherine Drea

Ian Martin: 'Let’s renationalise air'

26-Feb-2015 | By ,

The AJ’s columnist Ian Martin has made a stinging attack on the relentless privatisation of London’s air, space and skyline

Tower 42 by Richard Seifert (NatWest Tower)

English Heritage is sometimes its own worst enemy

24-Feb-2015 | By

Why has so little post-war office architecture been listed? wonders Paul Finch

Lee Mallett

Lee Mallett: 'Planning and politics rarely mix happily'

19-Feb-2015 | By Lee Mallett

Ahead of next week’s debate The Politics of Planning, director of Urbik Lee Mallett explains why planning is a ‘minefield for politicians’

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Woodman's appointment is a good move for the Architecture Foundation

18-Feb-2015 | By

With Ellis Woodman at the helm, the Architecture Foundation can be a truly independent voice for London, says Rory Olcayto

Paul Finch

The ARB can't be scrapped soon enough

17-Feb-2015 | By

Architects and their status are undermined by the absurd registration board, says Paul Finch

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A Mercian Wave

17-Feb-2015 | By

Tamworth is where it’s at, discovers Ian Martin

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Enharmonic Typology

13-Feb-2015 | By

A trip to McDonalds and a new app gives Ian Martin a cheeky idea