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Housing by Alison Brooks Architects and Pollard Thomas Edwards for the North West Cambridge Development

Alison Brooks and PTE win planning for Cambridge homes

Alison Brooks Architects and Pollard Thomas Edwards have been given the green light for 240-homes as part of the North West Cambridge development


Maccreanor Lavington reveals plans for Wembley towers

Maccreanor Lavington Architects has submitted plans for this 239 home double tower scheme in Wembley, north London

Contest site in Riga, Latvia

Invited contest for £21m Riga art museum opens

The Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art Foundation has launched an invited international competition for a new £21 million museum in Riga


UN Studio’s £27.6m Arnhem station opens

UN Studio’s new terminal at Arnhem Central Station in the Netherlands has finally opened to the public


ADP opens second Scotland studio

AJ120 practice ADP has opened an office in Edinburgh after winning jobs at two of the city’s main universities


Lambeth told to rethink demolition of Ted Hollamby estate

Lambeth Council has been forced by the High Court to rerun a consultation on its decision to demolish a 300-home estate designed by Ted Hollamby, hailed as ‘unique’ by the Twentieth Century Society


Chris Dyson wins planning for new Crystal Palace park café

Chris Dyson Architects has won planning for a new park café in Crystal Palace park, South London

Peabody chairman Bob Kerslake speaking at the AJ120 breakfast

Kerslake: ‘We want to invest in good design’

Peabody chairman Bob Kerslake has stressed the importance of good design in tackling the housing crisis and renewed his criticisms of the government’s Right to Buy extension


AJ/Curtins Inspiring graduate winner announced

Vanessa Lee, a Part 2 graduate at BuckleyGrayYeoman, has won the inaugural AJ/Curtins Inspiring graduate prize

Norman Foster

Norman Foster hits out at Heathrow expansion plans

Architect says airport will ‘never accommodate long-term needs’ as he defends the sustainability of his Thames Hub airport and other major infrastructure schemes

Chrisp Street Market in 1962. Image by Poplar HARCA Archives

RIBA London opens £25k East End market stalls contest

RIBA’s London Region has announced a design competition for a £25,000 series of market stalls at Chrisp Street Market in Poplar

Scrapped: Frank Gehry’s proposed performing arts centre for the World Trade Centre in New York

REX replaces Gehry on World Trade Centre job

REX has been chosen to design the new Performing Arts Centre (PAC) at the World Trade Centre (WTC) in New York – one year after earlier plans by Frank Gehry were abandoned

Norman Foster's Apple Store in Dubai

Foster + Partners completes Dubai Apple store

Foster and Partners has completed a new Apple Store in Dubai – its third retail commission for the world’s largest publically traded company


Council backs Knight's River Cam footbridge

Cambridgeshire County Council has approved this foot and cycle bridge over the River Cam, designed by bridge specialist Knight Architects


Sergison Bates wins Zurich housing contest

Sergison Bates has won an international competition to design housing on two neighbouring sites in Zurich

Homes under construction

New government figures: housing construction stagnates

Growth in the housing construction market has been at a standstill since the middle of last year, according to the Office for National Statistics


Foulkes: 'We want people to fall in love with Plymouth'


Bernie Foulkes of LDA Design details how the practice is remasterplanning Plymouth’s famous postwar grid


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Ian Martin salutes Edinburgh with his Och o’ the Noo project

Scottish parliament ariel view

Recovering the joy in the craft of making things


Malcolm Fraser helped free Edinburgh from historical intertia, now he’s calling for a critical national renewal to help make better buildings 

Laurieston Transformational Area, Glasgow by Page\Park Architects and Elder and Cannon Architects

Despite self-harm, Scotland's magnificent cities still shine


It’s not ‘ye banks and braes’ that define modern Scotland, but its surpassing urban architecture

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