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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
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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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7 September 2015Laura Mark
Jonathan Woolf, described as ‘one of the most significant architects of his generation’, has died aged 54
22 June 2015Merlin Fulcher
A team of London Metropolitan University architecture graduates has won the competition for a £25,000 artists’ space for Hauser & Wirth in Somerset
14 June 2007
Future Systems' highly contentious Prague National Library concept has scooped the top prize at the AJ/Bovis Awards.
28 January 2008Max Thompson
There is less than a month remaining for UK practices to submit projects of 'architectural excellence' for the 2008 RIBA Awards.
1 June 2015Merlin Fulcher
Hauser & Wirth has revealed a seven-strong shortlist of young architects vying for a £25,000 artists’ space in Somerset
6 December 2007
The Creative East Awards, set up to recognise achievement in the Eastern region of England, give prizes in 18 categories, ranging from best computer game to best radio programme. There are two awards for architecture:
19 March 2015Laura Mark
Carmody Groarke’s temporary Merseyside Maggie’s Centre has won the 2015 AJ Small Projects Award
6 July 2015Laura Mark
The eight schemes in the running for the Welsh Gold Medal for Architecture have been revealed
18 March 2015Laura Mark
The ‘daring’ refurbishment of a business centre on Enfield high street has been crowned the most sustainable scheme in this year’s AJ Small Projects Awards
Flanagan Lawrence’s ‘sleek’ beachfront Acoustic Shells has picked up the AJ Small Projects Special Prize
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