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29 September 2011Christine Murray
AJ Editor Christine Murray on why the AJ sponsors the most prestigious building prize in UK architecture
22 June 2006CW
The designs for Cambridge's flagship Accordia housing project are being value-engineered and the lead architect sidelined.
26 January 2010Merlin Fulcher
Alan Cherry, the developer behind the Stirling Prize-winning Accordia housing scheme, has died aged 76
13 October 2015
Meet the judges who will pick this years RIBA Stirling Prize 2015 winning building
13 October 2008Richard Waite
Bookmaker William Hill has cleared up after rank outsider Accordia scooped this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize on Saturday night (11 October).
16 October 2014Tom Ravenscroft
Stanton Williams’ Cambridge Laboratory has been voted the AJ readers’ favourite ever RIBA Stirling Prize-winning building
14 March 2013Merlin Fulcher
The residents association at the Stirling Prize-winning Accordia housing development is looking to protect its architectural integrity against extempore changes, writes Merlin Fulcher
6 October 2008Richard Vaughan
Bookkeeper William Hill has placed Allford Hall Monaghan Morris’ (AHMM's) Westminster Academy in London as this year’s favourite to win the RIBA Stirling Prize.
26 June 2015Laura Mark
Why have housing schemes taken so many RIBA National Awards and what does it mean? The profession reacts.
10 January 2014Ann-Marie Corvin
Last year’s Woman Architect of the Year Alison Brooks talks about what it meant to win the award
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