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Haydn Ellis Building by IBI Nightingale

Competitions: editor's pick 03.07.15

Cardiff University’s new innovation campus, Tegel Airport public realm and a new exhibition for the National Media Museum. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

The Willow Tearooms. Image by Dave Souza

Competitions: editor's pick 26.06.15

Restoring Glasgow’s Willow Tearooms, a new £1bn terminal at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and overhauling the Gutenberg Museum. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Manchester Airport expansion

Competitions: editor's pick 19.06.15

Manchester Airport’s £1bn upgrade, social housing in Derry-Londonderry and expanding Nottingham’s New Art Exchange. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Gladstone's Library. Image by Mike Faherty

Competitions: editor's pick 12.06.15

Expanding Gladstone’s Library, redeveloping Lancaster University’s management school and a new postgraduate centre for the University of Edinburgh. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Cambridge. Image by Andrew Dunn

Competitions: editor's pick 05.06.15

Cambridge’s new Cavendish Laboratory, regenerating the Oastler Centre in Bradford and Colombia’s history museum. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

The Bauhaus Archive in Berlin. Image by Eisenacher

Competitions: editor's pick 29.05.15

Regenerating Berlin’s Bauhaus Archive, upgrading Coventry Fire Station and an overhaul of the Jamsil Sports Complex in Seoul. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Teviot Row House in Edinburgh. Image by Sydney Mitchell

Competitions: editor's pick 22.05.15

The University of Edinburgh’s student union overhaul, an arts hub in Wrexham and a government complex in the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Clark Green City

Competitions: editor's pick 15.05.15

Affordable housing in the Philippines, a new library for the University of Giessen and upgrading Iceland’s National University Hospital. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

The John Dalton West building (foreground). Image by Rept0n1x

Competitions: editor's pick 08.05.15

Manchester Metropolitan’s new science faculty, a computer sciences building for Swansea University and a housing development in Glasgow. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Cardiff University. Image by Stan Zurek

Competitions: editor's pick 01.05.15

Cardiff University’s new student union, an overhaul of Truro’s historic venue and a business centre in Karlsruhe. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

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Shortlisted: Caruso St John Architects (London)

Caruso St John misses out in race for MAXXI neighbour job

Milan’s Studio 015 has defeated Caruso St John Architects in the international design competition for a 5.1 ha plot next to Zaha Hadid’s Stirling Prize-winning MAXXI in Rome

Winner: Broadway Malyan's entry in the competition to design the 'Destination Hub' in Everton Park, Liverpool (model)

Plug pulled on Broadway Malyan's Everton Park visitor centre

The backers behind Broadway Maylan-designed plans to create a huge viewing platform in a Liverpool park have confirmed the scheme is being shelved because of funding problems

2nd Prize:  The Floating Square Mile, London by Assia Stefanova, Newcastle University

Revealed: RIBA and CAA future cities student contest winners

The RIBA and Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA) have unveiled the winners of an international student-only contest to imagine cities in the year 2065

Birmingham Centenary Square winner - Graeme Massie Architects

Graeme Massie wins Birmingham Centenary Square contest

Graeme Massie Architects has won the RIBA-run contest to regenerate Birmingham’s Centenary Square

The URS Building at the University of Reading

Hawkins\Brown picked for new Reading architecture school

Hawkins\Brown has won the commission for the University of Reading’s new School of Architecture

WINNER: Michael Lee Architects' Cronton Colliery scheme

At last: Michael Lee submits Cronton Colliery plans

Michael Lee Architects has finally submitted a planning application for its competition-winning Cronton Colliery visitor centre scheme

Last Chance to enter

Monumental Masonry

Last chance to enter: Competition celebrates the architecture of death

A competition organised by Bompas & Parr and Sir John Soane’s Museum has launched, calling for designs for monuments which celebrate death

Foster + Partners' West Kowloon Cultural District victorious scheme

Brits bid for piece of West Kowloon bonanza

A number of UK practices have registered their interest in the first major building to come out of a huge and controversial masterplan in Hong Kong

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