Issue : June 2009
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Penrose lists Pasmore's Apollo Pavilion Subscription
Architecture minister John Penorse has handed Victor Pasmore’s 1969 Apollo Pavilion sculpture in County Durham a Grade II* listing
Dublin-based O’Donnell + Tuomey has won planning approval for its competition-winning, £21.5 million students’ centre for the London School of Economics’ (LSE)
Architects have reacted angrily to the demolition of RMJM’s 1985 Balfour Stewart House office block in Edinburgh to make way for a 72-home housing scheme by Archial Architects
Aukett Fitzroy Robinson’s (AFR) chief executive has promised there will be no more redundancies, despite the company posting a £1.876 million loss for 2008/2009
Hodge lists 1960s Birkin Haward's family home Subscription
Architecture Minister Margaret Hodge has decided to grant a Grade II-listing to Birkin Haward’s (1912-2002) family home in Ipswich
Double Stirling Prize winner Richard Rogers has taken the first ‘legal step’ in a bid to recover more than £1.5 million in unpaid fees after being kicked off the controversial Chelsea Barracks project
Work is nearing completion on Adjaye Associates new Moscow School of Management in Skolkovo
MUMA wins Whitworth Gallery contestSubscription
Victory in competition to revamp and extend Manchester’s Whitworth Art Gallery after process that attracted 130 practices
London’s Duggan Morris Architects has won the international contest to design a £250,000 canalside pavilion to the north of Liverpool.
Heneghan Peng bag Greenwich school of architecture Subscription
Ireland’s Heneghan Peng has seen off an impressive shortlist, including David Chipperfield and Rafael Viñoly, to win the contest to design the University of Greenwich’s new £60 million school of architecture