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Zaha Hadid Architects’ long-awaited Salermo Maritime Terminal is set to complete in April
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Catherine Slessor reflects on Mavericks: Breaking the Mould of British Architecture, a new exhibition at the Royal Academy running until 20 April
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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14 September 2006RV
The future of the UK's first and only city academy to specialise in the built environment and architecture has been cast into doubt after its main sponsor withdrew its funding.
24 September 2015Michaila Hancock
The Royal Academy’s Kate Goodwin, Alison Nimmo from the Crown Estate, and Pritzker Prize director Martha Thorne have been named as the RIBA’s new honorary fellows
24 July 2014Laura Mark
Profession responds to low turnout in RIBA elections as John Assael and Ben Derbyshire are elected to council on shake-up ticket
24 June 2010Richard Waite
The profession is bracing itself for a ‘double-dip’ recession in the wake of government cuts to public projects and an ongoing lack of private finance
14 September 2006Richard Vaughan
17 July 2014Laura Mark
[STUDENTS] Take part in the AJ’s survey of architectural education before the questionnaire closes tomorrow
2 September 2014Laura Mark
Take the AJ’s survey and tell us what independence would mean for Scottish architects
2 February 2015Colin Marrs
Four out of five employers believe architecture schools are failing to provide students with the practical skills needed to practice, according to a major new survey
13 December 2012Merlin Fulcher
AJ State of the Profession survey reveals market is picking up for many but employment hopes for young are still tough
1 May 2014Helen Gilbert
Architects have cautiously welcomed the extra £2billion government funding being ploughed into the Priority School Building Programme (PSBP)
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