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Jeremy Melvin's stories

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  • Clinton

    AIA Convention: Architects debate America's yawning inequality

    Culture22 May, 2015

    In between the CPD sessions in Atlanta, a new social challenge was discussed following a headline speech by Bill Clinton, writes Jeremy Melvin

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    Peckham rise: Peckham Library by Alsop & StörmerSubscription

    Building26 September, 2013

    [Orginally published AJ 30.03.2000] In Peckham Library Alsop & Störmer has created a local landmark which is designed to appeal to local residents and their children. By Jeremy Melvin. Photographs by James Morris

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    Wright & Wright's AA revamp revealedSubscription

    News5 October, 2012

    Expanding for growth while still preserving Georgian and institutional heritage is the delicate balancing act achieved by the AA’s new masterplan, writes Jeremy Melvin in sister publication The Architectural Review

  • EXHIBITIONSubscription

    Archive29 June, 2006

    REVIEW

  • EXHIBITIONSubscription

    Archive9 February, 2006

    REVIEW

  • Halfway houseSubscription

    Archive18 November, 2004

    review - Housey Housey: Pierre d'Avoine Architects At the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, until 27 November

  • Universal manSubscription

    Archive26 August, 2004

    review - Gottfried Semper and the Problem of Historicism By Mari Hvattum. Cambridge University Press, 2004. £65

  • Rules of engagementSubscription

    Archive13 May, 2004

    Architects and the 'Building World' from Chambers to Ruskin: Constructing Authority By Brian Hanson. Cambridge University Press, 2003. £55 A pleasure in reviewing books is to come across one that weaves loose threads together, which guide into order the hares that others set running. Such a book does not have to be great or ambitious; it may merely flip the more substantial themes of others into a hitherto unseen coherence. Brian Hanson's Architects and the 'Building World' from ...

  • State of mindSubscription

    Archive26 February, 2004

    Review

  • Slaves of fashionSubscription

    Archive15 January, 2004

    review Catalogue: Project Orange Architecture & Design Black Dog Publishing, 2003. 128pp. £16.95

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