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Roisin Heneghan

AJ exclusive: shortlist revealed in contest for new Bath bridge

Heneghan Peng, Amanda Levete and Grimshaw have been named on a six-strong shortlist in the contest to design the first new river crossing in central Bath for more than a century

On the register for more than 10 years: London Road Fire Station

London Road Fire Station sale prompts redevelopment hopes

Manchester’s disused London Road Fire Station has been put up for sale by current owner Britannia Hotels after more than two decades of uncertainty about the Grade II* listed building’s future

Peter Amato

Amato leaves Chinese big hitter after just 10 months

Dalian Wanda’s UK development director Peter Amato has left the organisation only 10 months after taking up the position.

Carl Turner Brixton pop up

On site: Carl Turner's Brixton pop-up

In celebration of International Workers’ Day the AJ takes a look on site at Brixton’s pop-up ‘mini-city’

Chimes, Exeter by David Sheppard Architects

Revealed: Winners of RIBA South West Regional Awards

A wealth of arts and cultural buildings have triumphed in this year’s 2015 RIBA South West Regional Awards

Architecture Students

Bartlett ranked second best place in world to study architecture

The Bartlett School of Architecture has come second in new league table of the world’s 100 best places to study architecture

Angel Gardens, Moda Living (NOMA) by Fuse and Haus collective

Next government urged to shake-up planning to boost private rental sector

A consortium of developers has called on the next government to push through planning reforms to boost the delivery of private-rental sector new-build homes

Urban Villa

Grzywinski + Pons wins consent for Edinburgh hotel

Edinburgh City Council has approved a £35million boutique hotel designed by emerging US talent Grzywinski + Pons and Michael Laird Architects

Foster + Partners' UAE pavilion - at the Milan Expo - opened 1 May 2015

Foster completes ‘canyon-like’ pavilion for UAE at Milan Expo

These are the first photographs of Foster + Partners’ United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) pavilion at the Milan Expo in 2015 which opened today

Clandon Park

Fire ravages grade I-listed Surrey mansion

A Grade I-listed Palladian mansion in Surrey has been reduced to a ‘shell’ after fire ripped through the 18th Century structure

Election 2015 survey graphs

AJ election survey: No love for coalition as architects back Labour

Architects are backing Labour in next week’s general election and have blasted the coalition’s record on major built-environment policies, according to an exclusive AJ survey

Alexander Owen Architecture

New practice: Alexander Owen Architecture

The latest in a series of practice profiles looking at those who have recently decided to go it alone

BDP's proposed National Children’s Hospital in Dublin [revealed April 2015]

Revealed: BDP proposals for Irish mega-hospital

BDP has revealed the first images of its proposed €650 million New Children’s Hospital (NCH) in Dublin

Burrell Mistry's NPPF para 55 house at Ewhurst, Surrey [approved 2015]

'Country house' clause victory for Burrell Mistry in Surrey

Burrell Mistry has employed the ‘country house’ clause to help win planning approval for this new 1,263m² home in Ewhurst, Surrey

Roger Hawkins. Image by Ben Blossom

#GREATSCHOOLS roundtable: ‘We need to shout louder’

Greater lobbying will be needed after the general election to boost design quality in new and refurbished schools, according to a specialist panel

Penoyre & Prasad Wimbledon College of Arts

Penoyre & Prasad unveils Wimbledon College of Arts studio

Penoyre & Prasad has completed this £1.3million studio building for Wimbledon College of Arts

Pre Classical Moscow

Answers to problems of the built environment do not lie in Soviet ideology


James McLachlan responds to Tony Fretton’s essay on Soviet-era architecture


May Day is more than a day off work


On May Day we must reflect on the deadly toll construction takes on its workforce, says Rory Olcayto

North London family house by Solidspace and Steven Taylor

Why are we so reluctant to turn up the volume?


Architectural design is overly focused on area and too little concerned with the experience of volumes, writes Paul Finch


International Graffiti


Ian Martin explores the latest trends in commodified graffiti

The searchable digital buildings archive with drawings from more than 1,500 projects

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