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AJ supplements downloads: Exclusive to subscribers

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AJ subscribers can now download supplements including Small Projects 2011, AJ100 2010, Stirling Prize 2009, Greening Your Office and Designing for Healthcare

Simply click on the link name of the supplement to download it in pdf format.

2012: The year ahead


Sector experts look at the key trends they expect will shape the industry in 2012

AJ Small Projects 2011: part 1


Sheds, a spinning wardrobe, and a jewel-like bridge: Part 1 of the AJ’s search for the best new scheme completed for less than £250,000   


AJ Small Projects 2011: part 2


Retrofits, a treehouse and a lightwave: Part 2 of the AJ’s search for the best new scheme completed for less than £250,000   


The AJ100 2010


The AJ’s annual report on the state of Britain’s biggest architecture practices for 2010 finds plenty to celebrate, despite the recession. Research by Bruce Tether, Imperial College London. Report edited by Ruth Slavid

The Stirling Prize 2009


The AJ reports on the 2009 Stirling Prize with the architects of each shortlisted project discussing their work


AJ Careers Guide


So you want a new job? The AJ’s Careers Guide is here to help, with a family tree showing links between leading firms, interviews with foreign architects working in the UK and Norman Blogster’s guide to st.architecture

Sustainability in Practice: Greening your office


Hattie Hartman looks at how three practices made their offices exemplars of sustainability


Designing for the healthcare sector


Despite financial pressures, the healthcare sector still offers many opportunities for architects. Smaller community health buildings, for example, and the refurbishment of existing stock will appeal to practices of all sizes.

Designing Supported Housing


A group of architects discuss the complexities of designing for the care and support sector     


Carbon Challenge


Hattie Hartman looks at two government-backed testing grounds for super-green housing


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