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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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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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3 August 2011Christian Wren
The AJ presents buildings, essays and archive material from the architects nominated for the 2011 RIBA Stirling Prize, sponsored by Benchmark
3 December 2013Laura Mark
Populous has revealed the first phase of its scaled-back plans for the redevelopment of Lord’s cricket ground in west London
21 October 2013Merlin Fulcher
Populous is to submit detailed plans to overhaul Lord’s Warner Stand, starting the first part a £200 million regeneration masterplan for the world famous London cricket ground
19 March 2014Richard Waite
The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has won planning for a new Populous-designed stand at Lord’s cricket ground in west London
2 May 2013
The Marylebone Cricket Club has revealed scaled down plans by Populous for the £200 million redevelopment of Lord’s cricket ground in west London
2 September 2014Laura Mark
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM) has been given the green light for the Metropolitan Police Service’s new HQ on Victoria Embankment, London
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
16 March 2015Merlin Fulcher
The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) is set to reconsider plans by David Morley Architects to regenerate the Nursery End at Lord’s cricket ground in west London
19 May 2011Richard Waite
The AJ can exclusively reveal this year’s 89 RIBA UK award winners, nearly a third of which are education projects
14 October 2013Richard Waite
Unstoppable AJ100 top-ten practice AHMM has won the contest to design the Metropolitan Police Service’s new HQ on Victoria Embankment, London
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