Foster Lomas has won planning permission to overhaul a hilltop home in the Isle of Man set within a new, privately managed nature reserve
See a time-lapse video of the construction of the competition-winning thatched folly at the Ards Forest Park in Donegal, Ireland
[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + PROJECT DATA] A competition-winning thatched folly has been installed at the Ards Forest Park in Donegal, Ireland
Atkins Global has been appointed to provide design and engineering support for the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon
A bid to list the Greenwich Sainsbury’s eco-store, which was launched by Paul Hinkin who died earlier this week, has failed
Eco-architect and founder of Black Architecture Paul Hinkin has died, aged 49
London-based Baca Architects is set to start on with its proposed an ‘Arts and Technology’ Passivhaus outside Nottingham
Architects from Arup Associates, Architype, Jerry Tate Architects, Barr Gazetas and BBM Sustainable Design will give their tips on green specification at the next AJ Specification Live
Ex-CABE space director Sarah Gaventa on her new role as design director and Remarkable Cities curator at place-making consultancy Beyond Green
The World Architecture Festival (WAF) has announced the projects vying for its inaugural Wood Excellence Prize
10 Design has revealed plans for the third phase of a sustainable mixed-use scheme in Dubai
A Devon local authority has paved the way for a major ‘eco-estate’ backed by the artist Damien Hirst by passing a pivotal planning decision in favour of the proposals
Hawkins\Brown has won planning for the transformation of the Bartlett School of Architecture’s home
The experts at this AJ/Forticrete roundtable give their top tips on how to get contractors to take your green specifications seriously
The full transcript of the AJ/Forticrete roundtable on specifying green design
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