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Work is nearing completion on a new timber studio in Essex by Piers Taylor’s practice Invisible Studio
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Toby Johnson of Haworth Tompkins and Neil Deely of Metropolitan Workshop speak about their plans to replace the Smithsons’ much-admired Robin Hood Gardens
Small projects are very often the stepping stones to bigger opportunities, yet it is important not to overlook their inherent value, says Alma-nac founder Chris Bryant
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6 December 2012Max Thompson, Laura Mark
Oscar Niemeyer, the Brazilian architect whose curved concrete creations helped shape 20 th Century architecture has died at the age of 104
24 October 2012Merlin Fulcher
Make and James Corner Field Operations have won planning permission for a new post-games public realm on the Olympic Park in east London
23 December 2015Richard Waite, Laura Mark, Will Hurst
Month by month, the AJ’s top 12 stories of the year
11 November 2013Max Thompson
Leading Japanese architects have filed a petition against Zaha Hadid’s proposed 2020 Tokyo Olympics stadium, saying it is too big and too costly
10 October 2013Max Thompson
Japanese architects slam Zaha’s Tokyo Olympics stadium scheme
21 August 2012Hannah Wood
Footprint tours Something and Son’s pop-up timber bathhouse in Barking
14 December 2011Rory Olcayto
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The AJ has uncovered the first details and images of this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion ( see above for an artist's impression of the new pavilion ).
20 June 2014Laura Mark
Madrid-based Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos has seen off a raft of stars, including UK practices Zaha Hadid and AZPML, to win the contest to design an archive for the work of Estonian composer Arvo Pärt
24 February 2014
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