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The creation of these separate office and residential blocks on London’s Victoria Street restores some character to what had become a bland and alienating business district
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Ian Martin witnesses a sinister, winged briefing
Next month’s annual property fair in Cannes may be only tangentially related to architecture, but plenty of architects regard it as invaluable. We asked them why they go – or don’t go
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11 March, 2008
By Richard Vaughan
4 May 2012
The 284-strong shortlist of projects competing for prizes at this year’s World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards has been unveiled
27 November 2013Laura Mark
Aedas has completed this 25-storey twin-tower in Abu Dhabi
17 August 2011Merlin Fulcher
The AJ can exclusively reveal the 284-strong shortlist of projects competing for prizes at this year’s World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards
22 May 2014Denise Chevin
AJ100 Top 10 profiles: Aedas prides itself on the emphasis it continues to place on new technology, research and development, writes Denise Chevin
10 October 2013Richard Waite
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios picks up Prime Minister’s Award; Renzo Piano’s Shard and the Stirling Prize-shortlisted Edward King Chapel also among the BCIA 2013 winners
26 June 2013Richard Waite
The shortlist has been announced for the British Construction Industry Awards 2013
22 June 2015Laura Mark
Schemes by Foster + Partners, Zaha Hadid Architects, BIG, and Heatherwick Studios are among those shortlisted for the 2015 World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards
28 June 2006RW
Zaha Hadid and Aedas spent yesterday (27 June) proving the originality of their surprisingly similar Middle East skyscraper designs.
7 April 2014Alan Dunlop
Energy is the driver behind innovative dynamic facades across the world, says Alan Dunlop
23 July 2013Greg Pitcher
Senior UK architects have spoken of the increased demand for mixed-use schemes in China
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