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Issue : June 2011

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  • Part 3: Benefits of fibre cement

    CPD: Fibre CementSubscription

    Specification22 May, 2012

    The full title of this CPD is ‘Fibre Cement: versatile, sustainable building material’. Its objectives are to introduce fibre cement products, their defining characteristics, advantages, history and predicted future

  • [WINNER] Santiago: Alex & Edward:Architects

    Father and son team wins future townhouse contestSubscription

    News26 September, 2011

    Alex King of Designalexable and his retired architect father Edward King have won the 2011 British Home Awards ‘tomorrow’s townhouse’ contest

  • Make Architects’ project to redevelop the former headquarters of advertising company Saatchi & Saatchi in Fitzrovia, London

    Mayor overturns Camden and approves Make’s Saatchi & Saatchi scheme Subscription

    News20 September, 2011

    London Mayor Boris Johnson has overturned Camden Council’s decision to block Make Architects’ proposed redevelopment of the former headquarters of advertising company Saatchi & Saatchi in Fitzrovia

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    Plans submitted for £1bn Scottish 'Poundbury'Subscription

    News12 September, 2011

    [First look] Plans have been submitted for a controversial, 4,000 home ‘village’ near Aberdeen masterminded by American New Urbanist Andres Duany

  • Planning minister Greg Clark

    Planning minister gives 36 more councils extra planning powersSubscription

    News2 September, 2011

    The fourth wave of councils to be given new neighbourhood planning powers has been named by the Department for Communities and Local Government

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    The Architect: What Now 2011 Subscription

    Culture4 August, 2011

    [THIS WEEK] Soul-searching about the architects role within society is nothing new, as a quick dip into the RIBA archive attests, writes James Pallister

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    Ai Weiwei at Kunsthaus BregenzSubscription

    Culture4 August, 2011

    The first major exhibition of Ai Weiwei’s architectural work links the artist to his architect collaborators outside China, writes David Howarth

  • Zoe Smith, founder of ZS Architects

    New Practices #75: ZS ArchitectsSubscription

    News15 July, 2011

    The latest in a series of practice profiles looking at architects who have recently decided to go it alone either through choice or circumstances

  • Christopher Christophi (Ecological Research and Algae Monitoring in Venice) - Leicester School of Architecture: Christopher Christophi

    Exclusive: 3DReid student prize shortlist revealedSubscription

    News14 July, 2011

    The AJ can exclusively unveil the shortlist for this year’s 3DReid Student Prize - the UK’s largest, one-off student award worth £1,500 to the winner

  • IG doors

    Front DoorsSubscription

    Specification12 July, 2011

    New materials and methods mean the front door is no longer just for coming and going, says Sandy Patience

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