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The new BBVA Bancomer Tower designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Legorreta + Legorreta has opened in Mexico City
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24 February, 2009
A home with a difference from dRMM
24 February, 2009
Courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects
As seen by visualisation consultancy GMJ
24 February, 2009Rory Olcayto
Features editor Rory Olcayto on Scottish architecture
The Architects’ Journal deputy editor Christine Murray looks at how Dubai is weathering the global economic downturn
24 February, 2009Christine Murray
Architects’ Journal deputy editor Christine Murray examines the emirate’s staggering growth
9 March 2009
The week’s blogging by our industry insiders at the international property fair
10 September 2009Richard Waite
This telescopic house by dRMM has been shortlisted for this year’s (2009) Manser Medal, sponsored by The Rooflight Company
3 February 2009
dRMM has created this Sliding House in Suffolk
19 October 2009Richard Waite
A narrow terraced house in West London by Pitman Tozer Architects has won this year’s Manser Medal in association with the Rooflight Company
James Dunn1 March, 2009 2:22 am
Whats happens to the space used when the shell is in the garden? a temporary garage? And it would make for lively debate in the house as to whether the shell was off on on!
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