Issue : June 2007
View all stories from this issue.
Following a two-year courtship, Purcell Miller Tritton has acquired South West-based practice Niall Phillips Architects for an undisclosed sum.
Penoyre & Prasad - practice of the RIBA's president elect, Sunand Prasad - has been named on the shortlist in the competition to design the University of Bath's new arts complex at its Claverton Down campus.
A hi-fi speaker company has pointed out the remarkable similarity of Future Systems' controversial Prague library scheme to one of its products.
Piano speaks out over plans for HarlemSubscription
Renzo Piano has defended his plans to demolish vast swathes of west Harlem, New York City, to make way for a new Columbia University campus.
Zaha Hadid will today learn the fate of her troubled Transport Museum scheme in Glasgow, just a day after she discovered that her City Casino project in Basel, Switzerland had been torpedoed by Basel residents, 62 per cent of which voted to reject the scheme ( Zaha misses out on Swiss casino jackpot ).
Zaha misses out on Swiss casino jackpotSubscription
Plans for a Zaha Hadid-designed casino in Basel, Switzerland, have been torpedoed after local residents voted to ditch the scheme.
James Purnell named as new Culture SecretarySubscription
James Purnell has been named as the new Secretary of State for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport after a massive Cabinet reshuffle by Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Frank Gehry's King Alfred scheme in Brighton has been rocked by a shock setback at the last minute.
Dumfries House, one of the Adam brothers' most important buildings, has been saved for the nation - along with its revered collection of 18th-century furniture.
East to create strategic 'vision' for Acton TownSubscription
East has been appointed by Ealing Council to draw up a strategic 'vision and development framework' for Acton Town, west London.