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    CABE at 10: is it doing too much?Subscription

    News11 September, 2009

    Once a guerrilla operator, now to some ‘unfocused and overstretched’, the architecture commission faces doubts over its effectiveness as it celebrates its first decade

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    Over half of council towers pose a fire riskSubscription

    News17 July, 2009

    More than half of Britain’s thousands of local authority tower blocks pose a similar fire risk to the one in Camberwell, south London, where a blaze killed six people earlier this month, according to a highly-respected local authority housing expert

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    RMJM completes Glasgow NOAH schemeSubscription

    News10 July, 2009

    RMJM’s redevelopment of Park House, a 1960s office building, into 51 homes has been completed

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    Sunbeams Music Trust centre, Penrith by Napper ArchitectsSubscription

    News10 July, 2009

    FIRST LOOK: Napper Architects has gained planning permission for a £1.5 million music therapy centre, set in the glorious Lake District countryside near Penrith, Cumbria, for the Sunbeams Music Trust

  • Suitherland Hussey

    A gateway to China’s mountainsSubscription

    News9 July, 2009

    This is Sutherland Hussey’s newly completed canopied entrance to a ski resort in Xiling, China

  • Eco town

    Who killed the eco-town?Subscription

    News25 June, 2009

    How Gordon Brown’s vision for 10 carbon-neutral towns met its demise. Damian Arnold investigates

  • Andy von Bradsky

    AJ100 interview: Andy von Bradsky, PRPSubscription

    Events28 May, 2009

    ‘Housing was the first sector into recession and it could be first out’

  • Rob Firth

    AJ100 interview: Rob Firth, CapitaSubscription

    Events28 May, 2009

    ‘We have very good public sector projects in the pipeline’

  • Peter Drummond

    AJ100 interview: Peter Drummond, BDPSubscription

    Events28 May, 2009

     ‘We very much like India as a place’

  • Chris Littlemore

    AJ100: How we’ll beat the crunchSubscription

    Events28 May, 2009

    The UK’s top 100 practices tell Damian Arnold how they are retooling their practices for an expected - and highly anticipated - economic upturn

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