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Tide shelving system

Zaha Hadid reveals Tide shelves in Milan

Zaha Hadid’s work showing at Milan Design week, 12th-17th April 2011

Zero by night

Snohetta's stunning Zero unveiled for Milan

Snohettta’s designs on show at Milan Design Week 2011.

Student fees protest

Rosbottom: ‘Students are not only paying more, they are getting less’

Delft University of Technology’s new chair of architecture and interiors, Daniel Rosbottom, on architectural education in the UK and why students should look to study abroad

The Byker estate by Ralph Erskine

McGuirk: 'Housing for people in need - the big void in today's thinking'

How do architects design lasting communities for people and what lessons can we learn from the Byker estate, asks Tony McGuirk

Architecture Visionaries by Richard Weston

Review: Architecture Visionaries

Alan Gordon takes a look at the latest book in Laurence King Publishing’s ‘Visionaries’ series

Gaza explosion

What are architects responsible for?

Difficult messages for architects were voiced as professional ethics came under scrutiny at a Bartlett/UCL debate in London last week


Come Together – Reinventing the Arts Centre

Is it time for a new and more radical approach to the idea of the Arts Centre? A debate organised by the Architecture Foundation earlier this week sought answers, reports Owen Pritchard


‘The worst building in the world awards’

A massive gulf persists between the buildings that win architecture awards and those that ?the public prefers, suggests research by Create Streets

The searchable digital buildings archive with drawings from more than 1,500 projects

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