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Neil Baxter's stories

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  • Janet Turner

    Obituary: Janet Turner (1936 - 2015)Subscription

    News15 April, 2015

    One of the UK’s leading architectural lighting designers, Janet Turner has died, after a short illness, aged 78

  • HolmesMillerHeathfieldPS_AndrewLeePhotographer03

    Scotland’s best school: Holmes Miller's Heathfield PrimarySubscription

    Building29 November, 2012

    [School design] The skilful mix of new and old at Heathfield Primary won it a commendation in this year’s Doolan Prize, writes Neil Baxter. Photography by Andrew Lee

  • urbane policySubscription

    Archive15 March, 2001

    Gordon Davies, president-elect of the RIAS, cut his teeth on the New Towns. Aspirations for social change have characterised his career, but now his task is to steer the incorporation into a new relationship with the RIBA

  • A changing landscapeSubscription

    Archive14 September, 2000

    Derek Lovejoy Partnership is building on its heritage in Scotland while moving with the times to have a positive influence on the planning process

  • the golden yearsSubscription

    Archive6 July, 2000

    Maturity has brought David Mackay of Barcelona-based MBM Architectes fame and plaudits as his practice has found success on the international stage. He is talking about 'repairing cities' at the weekend's RIBA conference by neil baxter. photograph by guy

  • opportunity knocksSubscription

    Archive1 June, 2000

    Gareth Hoskins was once told 'do everything that comes your way. Having taken the advice to heart, he has notched up an impressive range of projects and established a young practice which is hungry for new challenges by neil baxter.

  • reductive criticismSubscription

    Archive24 February, 2000

    Since producing the runner-up scheme for the Scottish parliament, Glasgow architects Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop have been in increasing demand, for both their clutter-free designs and their forthright, often critical, opinions.