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Tell us what independence would really mean for Scottish architects

29-Aug-2014 | By

No one disputes there are ideological differences either side of Hadrian’s Wall, writes Will Hurst


Can we really blame private sector developers for testing the limits of a city without a plan?

26-Jun-2014 | By

In 2012 Berkeley set out details of an incentive plan under which its six directors would share a windfall, then estimated at £290m, writes Will Hurst

Hampstead Heath

Attacks on the green belt are sinister in their implications

Never forget that it was only the prompt action of concerned citizens that saved Hampstead Heath from spec housing, writes Paul Finch

A lesson from history - the untold Eden project scandal

Paul Finch reads a riveting account of how a Cornish David beat the Establishment Goliath

Crackling Prize 2014 - Louis Hellman\'s take on the Stirlnig Prize shortlist

The Stirling Prize 2014 - according to Hellman

18-Jul-2014 | By Louis Hellman

The AJ’s cartoonist Louis Hellman give his take on this year’s Stirling Prize shortlist

Owen Hatherley

We are building cities based on exclusivity, distinction and snobbery

1-Aug-2014 | By Owen Hatherley

The social segregation of 19th century housing is used as a template by today’s architects, says Owen Hatherley


From one bank to another

29-Aug-2014 | By

Ian Martin embarks on a series of high-profile bridge designs


It's unbelieveable that architectural ‘value’ is a mystery

13-Aug-2014 | By Roger Zogolovitch

Best practice: Remember Buffett’s adage: ‘Price is what you pay for, value is what you get’, says Roger Zogolovitch

Qatar World Cup 2022 Al Wakrah Stadium model 1

US critic apologises after Zaha sues over Qatar deaths article

26-Aug-2014 | By

American architecture critic who wrote allegedly defamatory article issues statement voicing regret over an ‘error’