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Brownfield first, tenants last

27-Apr-2015 | By Ian Abley

The ‘brownfield first’ policy has more to do with profiteering than with tackling the housing crisis

Chris Wilkinson

‘Experimenting with art improves my designs’

25-Apr-2015 | By Chris Wilkinson

The habit of drawing and painting brings huge benefits for architects, says Chris Wilkinson

The Mackintosh Building, Glasgow School of Art

Join AJ on a tour of the burned out Mack

21-Apr-2015 | By

Rory Olcayto explores the burnt out remains of the Glasgow School of Art as part of last week’s symposium on the Mackintosh building

All of this belongs to you exhibition

Exhibition Review: All of this Belongs to You

18-Apr-2015 | By Owen Pritchard

Owen Pritchard finds the new V&A exhibition to be a fragmented dress rehearsal for a more honed future show

The Follies of Youth at Hepworth Wakefield

Review: The Follies of Youth exhibition

17-Apr-2015 | By

Laura Mark finds a curious display on how we engage with landscapes

Johnny Marr

Johnny Marr: ‘Most of the new houses I’ve seen look shit’ Video

14-Apr-2015 | By

Musical genius Johnny Marr is the Manchester Modernist Society’s new patron. The ex-Smiths legend talks politics, Brutalism and why he wrote a song about a building 

Internet of things

Everything is connected

6-Apr-2015 | By

Architects’ work is set to be revolutionised by digital innovations such as the internet of things, artificial intelligence and the collaborative economy

Pinstripe, north London, by Mole Architects

Anglo Saxon vernacular

28-Mar-2015 | By Meredith Bowles

The UK’s volume housebuilders are creating swathes of developments around our cities that demonstrate little or no interest in the creation of place

School of Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

African modernism

24-Mar-2015 | By Manuel Herz

Some of the finest examples of 1960s and 1970s architecture were commissioned by newly independent Sub-Saharan nations

Alex Brodsky cropped

Review: Potential Architecture exhibition

24-Mar-2015 | By Owen Pritchard

Owen Pritchard discovers a brave architecture exhibition that tests the limits

The Mackintosh Building, Glasgow School of Art

Join AJ on a tour of the burned out Mack

21-Apr-2015 | By

Rory Olcayto explores the burnt out remains of the Glasgow School of Art as part of last week’s symposium on the Mackintosh building

All of this belongs to you exhibition

Exhibition Review: All of this Belongs to You

18-Apr-2015 | By Owen Pritchard

Owen Pritchard finds the new V&A exhibition to be a fragmented dress rehearsal for a more honed future show

The Follies of Youth at Hepworth Wakefield

Review: The Follies of Youth exhibition

17-Apr-2015 | By

Laura Mark finds a curious display on how we engage with landscapes

Russ + Henshaw Clerkenwell Pavilion

Russ + Henshaw reveals Clerkenwell Design Week pavilion

15-Apr-2015 | By

Russ + Henshaw has revealed its designs for a pavilion for architecture charity Article 25 at Clerkenwell Design Week

Stockholm Woodlands Cemetery, by Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz

Architecture an Inspiration

2-Feb-2015 | By

Never judge a book by its cover. Especially an architecture book, says Rory Olcayto

Here, by Richard McGuire

Review: Here by Richard McGuire

19-Jan-2015 | By

Richard McGuire’s Here draws readers into the life story of a simple room by invoking images of the past

Design for Scotland Street School by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Image:  The Hunterian, Univeristy of Glasgow

RIBA exhibition to focus on work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh

2-Dec-2014 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

An exhibition of work by Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) will open at the RIBA in February, including more than 60 original drawings and watercolours.

Campo San Giogio Maggiore, Venice (1961) Edwin Smith. Image: RIBA Library Photographs Collection

Retrospective of photographer Edwin Smith opens at the RIBA

10-Sep-2014 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

A retrospective of the works of photographer Edwin Smith has opened at the RIBA’s Architecture Gallery featuring more than 100 photographs

The Hall for Cornwall in Truro. Image by Ian S

Architect sought for Truro concert hall revamp

27-Apr-2015 | By

The Hall for Cornwall Trust is seeking an architect for a major overhaul of its Grade II*-listed Truro venue

Foster Wilson Hoxton Hall

Foster Wilson unveils Hoxton Hall restoration

27-Apr-2015 | Updated: 27-Apr-2015 | By

Foster Wilson Architects has completed the £1.5 million restoration of the grade II*-listed Hoxton Hall in East London

Landscaped Dock by Mathilde Lull and François Perrier

Revealed: Guggenheim Helsinki rival contest winners

20-Apr-2015 | By

The eight ‘winners’ in the ideas competition seeking ‘bold and thoughtful’ alternatives to Helsinki’s new Guggenheim Museum have been unveiled

Brighton Dome. Image by Simon Carey

Architect sought to deliver £18m Brighton Dome revamp

20-Apr-2015 | By

Brighton and Hove City Council is seeking an architect to deliver an £18 million overhaul of its Brighton Dome concert venue