Issue : July 2008
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Buyer's guide: serversSubscription
James Morris investigates servers
Parametric modelling can produce complicated forms and streamline workflow with ease. How could your practice use this technology?
Buyer's guide: external hard disksSubscription
James Morris compares the best external hard disk driveson the market
French bridge master: Michel VirlogeuxSubscription
On the opening night of The Building Centre’s latest exhibition SPANS, Kaye Alexander talked to Michel Virlogeux, French engineer and bridge designer, most famous for his collaboration with Foster + Partners for the Millau Viaduct.
Ruth Reed, president-elect of the RIBASubscription
The newly elected next president of the RIBA talks about women in architecture, living in Birmingham and building her own house
See the latest images of Zaha's tardy MAXXISubscription
These are the latest images of Zaha Hadid Architects’ long-awaited National Museum of 21st-Century Art, or MAXXI for short, in Rome.
Up-and-coming London practice Gort Scott has won planning approval for 'The Living Screens', a 10-storey mixed-use proposal on the southern outskirts of Cambridge. The 310-unit scheme is hoped to be on site by spring 2009.
Croydon Gateway stadium plans kiboshedSubscription
Communities Sectary Hazel Blears (pictured) has ruled out the possibility of a 12,500-seat arena being built on Croydon Gateway site in south London.
Avery Associates’ ambitious 135m-tall Spitfire Wing museum in Southampton has taken a step closer to being realised, with news that a site has been identified and a steering group formed to acquire it.
Five things to do this week: 2 August - 9 AugustSubscription
1. Nathan ColeyTrip down to the seaside for Coley’s solo show, featuring four works new to the UK,at the De La Warr PavilionUntil 21 September. De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex TN40 1DP