Unsupported browser

For a better experience please update your browser to its latest version.

Your browser appears to have cookies disabled. For the best experience of this website, please enable cookies in your browser

We'll assume we have your consent to use cookies, for example so you won't need to log in each time you visit our site.
Learn more

Issue : January 2008

View all stories from this issue.

Sort By: Newest firstOldest firstA-ZZ-A

  • Ryanair.jpg

    Profession pans 'EasyCouncil' two-speed planning proposals Subscription

    News2 September, 2009

    Plans by Barnet Council to introduce a faster planning process for applicants who pay more have been condemned by architects, planners and consultants

  • people developer trump

    Trump's £1 billion golf course passes legal testSubscription

    News2 September, 2009

    A legal challenge from a pensioner whose home is under threat from a luxury golf resort designed by Gareth Hoskins for US business tycoon Donald Trump has failed

  • RMJM_Gazprom.jpg

    Police and protesters clash over RMJM's Gazprom towerSubscription

    News1 September, 2009

    Attempts by Russian energy giant Gazprom to build a 394m-tall UK-designed skyscraper in St Petersburg are being fought every inch of the way by protesters in the city

  • mongolia_Art


    Archive31 January, 2008

    Blue Sun contemporary art group featured in two new exhibitions last week. Hearing of their plans to establish an artists colony an hour from the capital, and knowing of their interest in showing the work of Ana Rewakowicz, I went to Xanadu Gallery on Thursday evening to meet Dalkhaa (Yondonjunain Dalkh-Ochir).

  • Prince Charles

    Prince Charles blasts contemporary architectureSubscription

    News31 January, 2008

    Prince Charles has launched an attack on contemporary architecture at a Prince’s Foundation conference at St James’ Palace.

  • mongolia_A Friday

    A Friday - 5 January 2008Subscription

    Archive31 January, 2008

    Yesterday seemed a relatively effective workday, two out of four planned meetings eventuated.

  • mongolia_New Year

    New Year - Shin JilSubscription

    Archive31 January, 2008

    I finally understood what all the palaver had been about, with teachers reportedly rehearsing routines until 11pm at night etc., when I attended the college New Years party, which featured speeches, several performances, four or five costume changes and elaborate evening dress.

  • Housing design awardsSubscription

    Archive31 January, 2008

    Housing Design Awards are the world's most enduring programme of rewarding excellence in new homes. They have been a chronicle of housing innovation and excellence over six decades, recording the UK's first residential tower, its new towns, the resurgence of vernacular, the birth of urban regeneration and sustainable design. They are genuinely cross industry with the support of the key professional institutes, government and its design, regeneration, funding and regulatory bodies. The ...

  • AJ080131_Code3

    Beyond the CodeSubscription

    News31 January, 2008

    RuralZED takes zero-carbon housing to new levels, writes Hattie Hartman

  • AJ080131_unicorn grocery

    Ecobuild set to raise the living roofSubscription

    News31 January, 2008

    London’s widespread adoption of living roofs will come a step closer at this year’s Ecobuild.Design for London (DfL) will launch a document at the conference, which runs from 26-28 February at Earls Court, which could lead to the ‘expectation’ that all major developments in the capital will include living roofs or living walls ‘where feasible’.DfL’s Living Roofs: Technical Report in Support of the Further Alterations to the London Plan underlines the proposals outlined above, ...

Show  10 per page20 per page50 per page