Issue : January 2007
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In what can only be described as an unholy alliance, the Home Builders Federation (HBF) has agreed to join forces with the Prince's Foundation, placing traditional design at its heart.
Major Danish player Schmidt Hammer Lassen (SHL) has continued its march on Britain by landing a second major commission in less than a year.
Wrecking ball looms over Preston bus garageSubscription
The final nail appears to have been hammered into the coffin of the soon-to-be bulldozed Brutalist bus station in Preston.
Foster and Partners has started on site with a brace of City Academies; including one in Slough, Berkshire (above), and one in Corby, Northamptonshire (below).
The man responsible for Sydney 2000 Olympic Park's legacy has issued a warning to London's 2012 organisers over throwing cash at its main venues.
Make has continued its recent run of success by landing the commission to design the largest business park in the north of Scotland.
Ian Simpson could be in line to get his hands on Britain's first super-casino following this morning's surprise announcement that Manchester had been chosen as the location for a Las Vegas-style gambling Mecca.
EPR Architects will not be kicked off the massive Peruvian Wharf scheme opposite the Millennium Dome even though its proposals have been rejected by the planning inspector, London Mayor Ken Livingstone and Communities Minister Ruth Kelly.
A Frank Lloyd Wright house in the outskirts of Seattle, in the US North West, has gone on the market at just under $2 million (£1 million).
Jaquelin Robertson, an American architect and urban planner, has landed the Richard H Driehaus Prize, the classical world's answer to the Pritzker.