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Outgoing RIBA head of awards and Small Projects jury member Tony Chapman brings his own perspective to this year’s awards
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10 May 2010Merlin Fulcher
Architect Above & Beyond has bagged the £500,000 job to design Leeds City Station’s new cycle point
31 January 2008
27 March 2008Richard Waite
Huddersfield-based architecture practice Above and Beyond is being investigated by the Business Software Alliance (BSA) for alleged computer software piracy.
7 September 2015Laura Mark
Jonathan Woolf, described as ‘one of the most significant architects of his generation’, has died aged 54
15 July 2015Laura Mark
Daniel Rosbottom has been announced as Tony Fretton’s replacement as chair of architecture and interiors at TU Delft, Holland
18 September 2007Angus Montgomery
Young Manchester-based practice Green Cities has won the RIBA competition to mastermind the modernisation of two Victorian houses in Manningham, Bradford.
24 August 2007RW
The five finalists in the RIBA-organised contest to mastermind the modernisation of two Victorian houses in Manningham, Bradford, have been revealed.
21 November 2012Merlin Fulcher
Star client Laura Lee has delivered an inspirational speech on the role of architects in designing the award-winning Maggie’s Centres for cancer care
11 November 2005RW
Calls for more family homes in Leeds city centre have received a lukewarm reception from architects.
12 October 2005RW
A row over whether the Scottish Parliament should be on the RIBA Stirling Prize shortlist has emerged ahead of the high-profile awards ceremony on Saturday.
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