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Wakefield Market Hall by David Adjaye. Photography by Dominik Gigler

Adjaye voices ‘regret’ over Wakefield Market Hall demolition plans

31-Jul-2014 | By , Jim Dunton

Architect David Adjaye has spoken of his ‘huge regret’ over Wakefield Council’s decision to allow the demolition of the six-year-old market hall he designed for the city

Richard MacCormac

Yentob claims reconciliation for MacCormac over BBC snub

31-Jul-2014 | By

Richard MacCormac visited BBC Broadcasting House three times in his final months and had reached ‘some reconciliation’ over the project, according to the corporation’s creative director, Alan Yentob

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Backlash begins over Farrell’s Bishopsgate scheme

30-Jul-2014 | By , Tim Clark

A campaign group is attempting to halt Terry Farrell’s Bishopsgate Goods Yard scheme amid a chorus of concern over the project’s height and impact

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Ministers set for talks on chief architect role

30-Jul-2014 | By Jim Dunton

Culture minister Ed Vaizey is to meet new housing and planning minister Brandon Lewis over proposals to appoint a new national chief architect

Heneghan Peng’s competition-winning Palestinian Museum scheme near Ramallah in the West Bank

Heneghan Peng's Palestinian Museum goes ahead despite Gaza conflict

30-Jul-2014 | By

The Irish practice’s competition-winning Palestinian Museum is on schedule to open in 2016 – despite escalating conflict in the region

Sainsbury’s Building, Worcester College, Oxford (1980 – 1983). Image: Richard Bryant

Richard Murphy on MacCormac's architectural legacy

30-Jul-2014 | By Richard Murphy

Richard Murphy chooses the top five buildings by his ‘architectural dad’, Richard MacCormac

Fears over latest fall in building-conservation officers

30-Jul-2014 | By Jim Dunton

The number of historic buildings conservation officers employed by councils has dropped by 35 per cent over the past eight years, prompting fears the nation’s built heritage is being jeopardised

Tower 42 by Richard Seifert (NatWest Tower)

Raft of late 20th-century offices eyed up for listing

29-Jul-2014 | By , Tim Clark

English Heritage is looking at 14 post-war offices for possible protection under its 30-year listing rule


Tributes pour in for Richard MacCormac Video

29-Jul-2014 | By

Tributes have poured in for the former RIBA President and founder of MJP Architects Richard MacCormac, who died aged 75 at the weekend

Obituary: Richard MacCormac (1938-2014)

28-Jul-2014 | By

Richard MacCormac, the former RIBA President and founder of MJP Architects, has died aged 75 following a long illness

1st Thomas Heatherwick

Heatherwick named for Yorkshire Maggie’s Centre

28-Jul-2014 | By Jim Dunton

Thomas Heatherwick is to design a new cancer care centre for Maggie’s in the grounds of St James’s University Hospital in Leeds

Qatar World Cup 2022 Al Wakrah Stadium model 1

Ex-construction minister 'shocked' by Hadid's Qatar stance

28-Jul-2014 | By

Former construction minister Nick Raynsford has demanded Zaha Hadid use her influence to improve site conditions in Qatar following revelations that hundreds of workers have died building World Cup projects in the Gulf state

North-south section

Renzo Piano reveals plans for 'prehistoric' attraction

28-Jul-2014 | By Jim Dunton

Shard architect Renzo Piano’s practice is working up plans for a prehistoric-themed visitor attraction in a Dorset quarry

Royal Albert Docks

Architects named for second phase of £1bn Asian Business Port

25-Jul-2014 | By

A raft of prominent architects has been appointed to provide detailed design work for the second phase of London’s newest business district in the Royal Albert Docks.

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Students demand shorter courses as higher university fees take toll

25-Jul-2014 | By

Nearly two thirds of students believe architectural education lasts too long

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Applications to study architecture from overseas students rise

25-Jul-2014 | By

The number of applications from overseas students looking to study architecture in the UK has continued to rise now accounting for a third of the total


RIBA ‘losing touch with architects' following low election turnout

24-Jul-2014 | By

Profession responds to low turnout in RIBA elections as John Assael and Ben Derbyshire are elected to council on shake-up ticket

Jane Duncan, RIBA president 2015 candidate

Jane Duncan elected as next RIBA president Video

24-Jul-2014 | By

Jane Duncan will become the third female president of the RIBA after narrowly beating rival Oliver Richards

North Wharf

Assael towers win planning in Paddington

31-Jul-2014 | By Jim Dunton

Westminster City Council has approved plans by Assael Architecture for a mixed-use tower scheme on a former school site in Paddington, London

Foster + Partners\' proposed mixed-use towers scheme in San Francisco

Foster submits San Francisco towers scheme

31-Jul-2014 | By

[First look] Foster + Partners has submitted a planning application for this 186,000m² mixed-use, double tower scheme in San Francisco

Eastbourne Pier on fire (30 July 2014)

Eastbourne pier fire guts arcade building Video

31-Jul-2014 | By

A fire has ripped through Eastbourne pier, leaving only a metal skeleton


Paul Finch remembers the 'masterly' Richard MacCormac

31-Jul-2014 | By

‘Masterly’ MacCormac was a man of ideas and principles, says Paul Finch

The Norman Shaw Buildings in Whitehall. Image by Anthony O\'Neil

Architect sought for £200m Whitehall overhaul

30-Jul-2014 | By

The House of Commons is seeking a conservation architect to refurbish a swathe of Whitehall properties over the next eight years

dRMM\'s Fenchurch Street scheme (approved 30 July 2014)

dRMM wins go-ahead for first City office scheme

30-Jul-2014 | By

The City of London’s planning committee has approved this ten-storey office block in Fenchurch Street by dRMM

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Doone Silver Architects completes Clerkenwell apartments

30-Jul-2014 | By

Newly-formed east London-based Doone Silver Architects has completed this 600m² apartment building in Clerkenwell, London

Manchester Museum. Image by Pit-yacker

Manchester Museum seeks architect for £5m gallery

30-Jul-2014 | By

The Manchester Museum is on the hunt for an architect for a new temporary exhibition gallery


TP Bennett pre-tax profit rises 42%

30-Jul-2014 | By Jim Dunton

Architect TP Bennett has reported pre-tax profit of £4.73million for the year to March, up from £3.33million the previous year.

For sale: Stirling Prize-winning Gherkin

30-Jul-2014 | By

The Stirling Prize-winning Gherkin skyscraper in the City of London has gone up for sale

Riches Hawley Mikhail\'s competition-winning Malmo Quay scheme

Winners of Newcastle regeneration contest revealed

30-Jul-2014 | By

Riches Hawley Mikhail, AWP, Feix Merlin and Featherstone Young have been chosen to work on developer Igloo’s mixed-use regeneration of Malmo Quay in Newcastle

Fears over latest fall in building-conservation officers

30-Jul-2014 | By Jim Dunton

The number of historic buildings conservation officers employed by councils has dropped by 35 per cent over the past eight years, prompting fears the nation’s built heritage is being jeopardised

Folli Follie by Denizen Works

In pictures: Regent Street windows proposals revealed

30-Jul-2014 | By

The RIBA has unveiled proposals by the 15 up-and-coming practices commissioned to transform shop fronts on Regent Street this September

London School of Economics – Saw Swee Hock Student Centre by O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects

Stirling Prize odds shake-up in favour of O'Donnell & Tuomey

30-Jul-2014 | By

The bookmakers have completely shaken-up their odds on this year’s Stirling Prize after a large amount of money was wagered on O’Donnell + Tuomey’s Saw Swee Hock student centre

Sheffield School of Architecture

Student shows 2014 - the reviews

30-Jul-2014 | By

Read reviews of every end of year show at each of the UK’s RIBA-accredited schools of architecture



TDO unveils Peckham car park pavilion Video

14-Jul-2014 | By

TDO Architecture has completed a temporary pavilion at Frank’s Cafe on the rooftop of a car park in Peckham, London

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Forticrete roundtable

Forticrete roundtable: specifying green

28-Jul-2014 | By

The experts at this AJ/Forticrete roundtable give their top tips on how to get contractors to take your green specifications seriously

AJ/Forticrete roundtable

Forticrete roundtable: full transcript

28-Jul-2014 | By

The full transcript of the AJ/Forticrete roundtable on specifying green design

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