Oxford Architects is embroiled in a High Court tussle with Cheltenham Ladies' College over unpaid fees.
The 2012 London Olympics programme has soared £900 million over budget - and costs look set to spiral even higher.
Aukett Fitzroy Robinson's controversial £150 million regeneration of St Mary le Port, Bristol has been ordered back to the drawing board.
Foster & Partners is making its Latin American debut with this mixed-use development in Buenos Aires' new Faena Arts and Technology District.
Life is said to begin at 40. But the fun really starts at 98 according to world-renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer who has just taken his secretary - nearly 40 years his junior - up the aisle.
The heart of Portsmouth city centre is facing the wrecking ball to make way for a series of residential tower blocks.
Wilkinson Eyre's highly contentious £235 million Brighton Marina development has finally secured planning permission after being drastically scaled back.
King's Cross railway station remains shut a day after fire engulfed the site of Dixon Jones' neighbouring £56 million London HQ for Guardian Newspapers.
Controversial plans to build a colony of eco-homes with tyres and beer cans at Brighton Marina could become a reality in two years' time.
Rogers takes a seat alongside Yoko and HestonSubscription
Richard Rogers is joining a series of unlikely collaborators, including Yoko Ono and chef Heston Blumenthal, to design a series of deckchairs to raise money for London parks.