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The creation of these separate office and residential blocks on London’s Victoria Street restores some character to what had become a bland and alienating business district
Today the AJ has launched its new website
Ian Martin witnesses a sinister, winged briefing
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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In this issue: The Zig Zag Building and Kings Gate by Lynch Architects, Piercy and Company’s Camden Lock masterplan and the AJ asks whether it’s worth going to MIPIM?
In this issue: the AJ Small Projects Awards shortlist, Tony Chapman on small projects and the best of the 2016 entries
In this issue: Sam Jacob Studio’s MK Menhir, University of Essex student centre by Patel Taylor and Alan Powers on art for the public realm
In this issue: Roz Barr on her practice’s models, Jaccaud Zein Architects’ Shepherdess Walk and how 3D printing is giving traditional modelmaking a boost
In this issue: Peter Clegg on the schools building programme, Walters & Cohen’s Lairdsland Primary School and Owen Hatherley on Munich
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