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Issue : June 2008

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  • HR

    HR: inhouse or outhouse?Subscription

    Business14 February, 2009

    HR is a necessity but how should practices incorporate it into their structure?

  • Ninja

    Flushing ninjasSubscription

    Archive30 June, 2008

    Architecture.MNP was the first microsite for the MyNinjaPlease online network. No, I don't get it either. Other microsites include such topics as green, music, politricks , robotninja, an art store, a Spanish edition and what's called the Pimp's Store. Hoping the latter might be happening ninja street patois for 'architectural design' I clicked, only to be disappointed by such heads as Crack is Wack!!!! and Halloween was sumthin else!!!!.

  • Projection bombing

    Guerilla lightingSubscription

    Archive30 June, 2008

    There used to be a Royal College of Art group called the Anti-Uglies, among them William Wilkins – descendant of the National Gallery architect. No, they weren't early pastiche-classicalists. Rather, in order to encourage good modern design, they ran protests outside crap modern architecture.

  • Cow

    Don't make me huntSubscription

    Archive30 June, 2008

    Actually make that herd, because your cursor arrow turns into a lasso at Studio Elastico and you find yourself in the sky watching the herding of a lot of cattle.

  • Television Centre

    English Heritage calls for parts of BBC Television centre to be listedSubscription

    News30 June, 2008

    English Heritage (EH) is calling on Margaret Hodge to list parts of the 1950s BBC Television Centre in Shepherd’s Bush, west London.

  • Casa Kike

    Lubetkin Prize and international awardsSubscription

    News30 June, 2008

    Gianni Botsford's Casa Kike in Costa Rica has won the Lubetkin Prize.

  • CarolineFlint

    Eco-towns have popular support, government claimsSubscription

    News30 June, 2008

    Five times as many people support the development of eco-towns than oppose them, a new government survey claims.

  • LondonS_coinst

    Client of the yearSubscription

    News30 June, 2008

    Coin Street Community Builders has won the Client of the Year award.

  • Carabanchel social h

    European AwardsSubscription

    News30 June, 2008

    Ten projects have won European Awards, and will also be considered for the Stirling shortlist. See the winning projects.

  • BEETHAM

    The Beetham OrganizationSubscription

    Archive30 June, 2008

    Hilton Tower, Manchester, Ian Simpson ArchitectsContract Value £60mHolloway Circus Tower, BirminghamIan Simpson ArchitectsContract Value £35m

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