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Bartlett demolition

Bartlett demolition phase completes

Work has completed on the demolition phase of Hawkins\Brown’s £23 million revamp of the Bartlett School of Architecture

Glyndebourne White Cube by Carmody Groarke

Carmody Groarke completes Glyndebourne art pavilion

The winners of this year’s AJ Small Projects Award Carmody Groarke has unwrapped this temporary art gallery at Glyndebourne in East Sussex

Patel Taylor's approved residential plans for White City, west London (May 2015)

Patel Taylor's White City development gets green light

Architects Patel Taylor have been given the go-ahead for a large chunk of the huge White City development in west London which will create hundreds of homes in a series of tower blocks

Green Deal

Architects press government to commit to zero carbon homes by 2016

Construction professionals including architects Rab Bennetts and Sunand Prasad have signed a letter calling on the government to commit to cut emissions from buildings

SANAA's contest-winning scheme to extend the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney

SANAA wins contest for £250m Sydney Modern gallery

SANAA has won the high-profile contest to extend the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney

Dorset Count Museum - cross-section - Carmody Groarke

Carmody Groarke wins funding boost for Dorset Museum plans

Carmody Groarke’s plans to revamp and expand the grade II-listed Dorset County Museum have received a £10.3 million windfall from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF)

66-86 Farringdon Road

Sheppard Robson Clerkenwell scheme goes in for planning

Proposals by Sheppard Robson to replace a central London car park with an office, hotel and retail development have been submitted for planning

Patel Taylor St Georges Bristol

Patel Taylor reveals £5.5m extension plans for Bristol arts venue

Patel Taylor has revealed plans to add a ‘pavilion-style’ arts pavilion to St George’s concert hall in Bristol

Architects: 'Brick shortage still an issue'

Architects are still reporting significant difficulties getting their hands on the bricks they need for projects - despite industry efforts to step up production

The Bauhaus Archive in Berlin. Image by Eisenacher

Berlin opens Bauhaus Archive expansion contest

The Senate of Berlin has launched a second international competition to overhaul the Bauhaus Archive and Museum of Design

Crawford Primary School by Hawkins\Brown

Southwark gives go-ahead for ten primary school projects

Southwark Council has given the green-light for work to start on ten primary schools designed by a clutch of leading architects

The Chapel by a21studio

Deadline extended: World Architecture Festival Awards 2015

The deadline for architects to submit schemes for this year’s World Architecture Festival (WAF) awards has been extended to 28 May

Farrells ecohouse

Farrells wins planning for ‘country house’ clause eco-home

Farrells has successfully relied on the ‘country house’ clause to win planning for a new eco-house in rural Goudhurst, Kent

First Light Pavilion

New FCBS schemes move forward at Jodrell Bank

A pair of Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCBS) projects at Cheshire’s Jodrell Bank Observatory have taken significant steps forward

Birmingham Centenary Square finalist - Broadway Malyan [May 2015]

Designs by finalists in Birmingham Centenary Sq comp go on show

The final designs by the five firms vying for the job to regenerate Birmingham’s Centenary Square have gone on public display

Berkeley National Grid St William Battersea Prince of Wales Drive scheme 1

Squire and Partners bags approval for Battersea gasometer scheme

Squire and Partners has won approval for this £367million housing scheme on the site of a former gasworks next to Battersea Power Station

Chicago - BCO Conference 2015

BCO 2015: 'Too many buildings have been designed to be only one thing'


Paul Sandilands, Luke Schuberth and Ben Adams on what they, and the 450 other delegates, learned at this year’s BCO Conference in Chicago - the birthplace of the modern office


Steven Bee: 'The happiest places are rarely the wealthiest'


The Academy of Urbanism’s chair Steven Bee on why governmental focus on making people richer does not always equate to happier cities

The Willis Tower

Partridge's Chicago: My kind of town


As the British Council for Offices conference in Chicago draws to a close, its chairman David Partridge picks his 10 favourite buildings in the city that gave birth to the modern workplace


The ‘grey scorpion’ faxes


Ian Martin salutes a winning royal bluff

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