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Next month’s annual property fair in Cannes may be only tangentially related to architecture, but plenty of architects regard it as invaluable. We asked them why they go – or don’t go
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19 April, 2012
Scott Brownrigg's proposal
Today’s green news: Scott Brownrigg to design zero-carbon headquarters for CABI
UK Energy Research Council raises doubts for carbon capture in UK, in The Guardian.
Forecasters predict coldest May in 100 years, in The Telegraph.
DECC urged to delay subsidy cuts after solar market crash, via businessgreen.com.
And finally…Scott Brownrigg to design zero-carbon headquarters for Centre for Agricultural Bioscience International (CABI) in Oxfordshire, read more on AJ.
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19 April 2012Richard Waite
Scott Brownrigg has won the competition to design the new headquarters for the Centre for Agricultural Bioscience International (CABI) in Wallingford, Oxfordshire
5 March 2013Laura Mark
3DReid, Bennetts Associates, Woods Bagot, Scott Brownrigg and Fielden & Mawson have all received gongs in this year’s BREEAM Awards
26 June 2015Laura Mark
The 89 schemes vying for the annual retrofit Oscars have been announced
22 May 2014Bruce Tether
Bruce Tether provides analysis on the 2014 AJ100 data
10 May 2011Richard Waite
Scott Brownrigg is to design a headquarters for KPMG on a central Leeds city site formerly earmarked for Ian Simpson Architects’ so-called Kissing Towers
13 May 2014Rob Sharp
Scott Brownrigg and Buckley Gray Yeoman have replaced Make on a landmark London residential scheme featuring a 39-storey residential tower, the AJ can reveal
13 September 2013Marino Donati
Developer Lend Lease has won planning permission to build more than 200 homes in the south of the capital, including schemes by AHMM and Scott Brownrigg
4 March 2011
The AJ’s live blog from Europe’s biggest property fair – experience the sun-soaked La Croisette promenade, ‘property’ bunker, the late night parties and the journey there with MIPIM veterans, virgins and voyeurs
11 February 2010Hattie Hartman
Hattie Hartman highlights the top attractions and five best seminars at this year’s essential green expo
14 September 2012Hattie Hartman
Over 100 people gathered at Gardiner & Theobald’s offices to launch next week’s GreenSkyThinking programme - BOOK NOW!
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