Issue : February 2007
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Poolhouse 2 by Ushida Findlay ArchitectsVideoSubscription
Ushida Findlay Architects’ third poolhouse sees the practice playing with the typology, says Rory Olcayto
Zaha and Ando go head-to-head in VeniceSubscription
Zaha Hadid and Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando have found themselves on rival sides in the battle to design a new gallery in Venice.
Rem stacks big in New Jersey - imagesSubscription
OMA principal Rem Koolhaas has unveiled these designs for a new 52-storey tower in New Jersey, USA.
ARB prosecutes another PI evaderSubscription
The Architects Registration Board (ARB) has found architect Nic Antony guilty of unprofessional conduct after it was discovered that he had no professional indemnity (PI) insurance cover.
Approval for Squire and Parters' Manchester office means farewell for Art Deco cinema - imagesSubscription
Squire and Partners has won the go-ahead for this office block in Manchester's Oxford Road, ending the hopes of campaigners battling to save an abandoned 1930s cinema on the site.
Obituary: John Penn, 1921-2007Subscription
Modernist architect John Penn, who spent the bulk of his working life designing houses in Suffolk, has died at the age of 85.
Foster reveals new Duisburg plans - imagesSubscription
Norman Foster has unveiled the first images of his latest project in Duisburg - a massive inner-city masterplan for the German metropolis.
Feilden & Mawson has clinched a major design competition to create a new school of architecture at Brno University in the Czech Republic.
The Mayor of London has unveiled detailed plans on how he hopes to slash the capital's carbon emissions by 60 per cent in the next 20 years.
Rumours of contractual in-fighting and ongoing design changes have caused Bovis Lend Lease to miss the hand-over deadline for Denton Corker Marshall's prestigious Manchester Civil Justice Centre.