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RIBA Stirling Prize 2015: meet the judges

Meet the judges who will pick this years RIBA Stirling Prize 2015 winning building


SEW's huge Docklands scheme scrapes through

Councillors have approved plans by Studio Egret West and Hawkins\Brown for a 1,500-home scheme in London’s Docklands, three months after announcing their intention to refuse it


Graeme Massie team makes shortlist in Antwerp contest

A team headed by Scottish practices Sutherland Hussey Harris and Graeme Massie Architects has been shortlisted in an international competition to redevelop Antwerp’s southern docks


RIBA Stirling Prize video: Maggie's Lanarkshire by Reiach and Hall

Carol MacBain, Laura Kinnaird and Neil Gillespie of Reiach and Hall tell the AJ about the practice’s ideas behind the Stirling Prize-shortlisted Maggie’s Lanarkshire


Eva Jiricna designs ‘dazzling’ glass gallery for New York museum

Eva Jiricna has revealed plans to transform the Henry Luce III Centre for the Study of American Culture in New York

Street view, the Zog House, Queen’s Park, north London

More than half architects' wages in London spent on rent

High housing costs in London are costing the economy more than £1 billion a year and stymieing jobs growth, according to new research

RIAS launches hunt for Scotland’s top 100 buildings

As part of its centenary celebrations the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) is on the hunt for the country’s favourite buildings


Groves Natcheva wins planning for Forest Hill homes

Groves Natcheva won planning for a development of nine homes in Forest Hill, south east London

Caruso St John's Newport Street Gallery

Caruso St John unveils two new London Galleries

Caruso St John has completed two new London galleries that have opened ahead of this weekend’s Frieze Art Fair


RIBA Stirling Prize video: The Whitworth by MUMA

Stuart McKnight of MUMA talks about how the practice approached its Stirling Prize-shortlisted Whitworth gallery project


ADP takes wraps off £16m University of Leeds library

ADP has released the first photographs of its recently completed £16million library for the University of Leeds

Levitt Bernstein LFA

City Hall cuts London Festival of Architecture grant by one-fifth

The Greater London Authority (GLA) cut its contribution to the London Festival of Architecture by 20 per cent, newly released official documents have revealed

Winner: Germano Di Chello Architects with artist David Rickard

Rickard and Di Chello win £50k Snape Maltings contest

Artist David Rickard and architect Germano Di Chello’s ‘Myriad’ has won the competition for a £50,000 outdoor sculpture for children at Snape Maltings in Suffolk


AHR submits plans for Birmingham co-working space

AHR has lodged plans for a new innovation space to allow small and medium sized tech firms to access academic research in Birmingham

Finalist: Scott Brownrigg - Cardiff, UK

Revealed: finalists in RIBA contest on world’s remotest inhabited island

Brock Carmichael Architects and Scott Brownrigg are among five teams vying to overhaul government buildings on the remote islands of Tristan da Cunha

Launch event at Everton Park. The Glow in the dark skateboard park was officially opened by Mayor Joe Anderson as children and adults flocked down to skate,bike and join in the fun. Artist Koo Jeong A was on hand

South Korean artist creates glowing skatepark in Liverpool

The UK’s first glow-in-the-dark skateboard park has opened in Liverpool, as part of the city’s Biennial arts festival


Stirling's daughter remembers her father


James’s middle child Kate Stirling recalls a holiday in St Ives when summer sun and mischievous children failed to distract her father from his drawings


Staying true to our participles


Ian Martin discovers the power of sloganised architecture


Great architecture innovates not duplicates


Duplitecture – recreating famous buildings – is becoming a global phenomenon, but it’s an architectural dead end


Isn't it time for architects to lead a collective mission?


Strength in depth, not design icons, is what gives the profession its authority, says Paul Finch

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