Ministers have floated proposals to allow local planning authorities across England to adopt the minimum housing-space standards that already apply in London
Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners (RSHP) has paid tribute to Amo Kalsi, a long-standing director at the practice who played an influential role in Lloyd’s of London, the Millennium Dome and Heathrow Terminal 5.
Architecture graduate Arthur Kay has scooped the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge for his start-up company Bio Bean
Scott Batty Architect has been granted planning permission for a £450,000 house in Storrington, West Sussex
The Mayor of London’s aviation advisor Daniel Moylan has been appointed by Boris Johnson to oversee the second Crossrail scheme in London.
Emerging practice Sandy Rendel Architects has secured planning consent for a mixed-use scheme in Peckham, south London
An architect from Dundee has been slapped with fines totalling £5,000 by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) for his ‘incompetency’ on a budget-busting eco-house project
[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + PROJECT DATA] ADP has added an extension to this grade II-listed school chapel in Leatherhead, Surrey
Karakusevic Carson Architects (KCA) has won the go-ahead for this 18-home scheme in Hackney, east London.
Ken Drew draws international media attention after being pictured by Times photographer
Toronto’s new Aga Khan Museum, designed by Fumihiko Maki, has opened to the public
Grid Architects-designed plans for a 24-storey tower in north-west London’s Swiss Cottage neighbourhood have been rejected by councillors - against the advice of planning officers
Lend Lease has submitted a detailed planning application for this 593-home scheme in Elephant and Castle designed by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM) and Panter Hudspith Architects (PHA)
The AJ’s editors pick their favourites buildings from the hundreds of properties which will open their doors for Open House London between 20-21 September
The leader of Southwark Council has slammed a decision to grant planning approval for the £4.2bn Thames Tideway Tunnel as “ludicrous and evil”.
Legalese: Mark Klimt writes on liability for architects’ certificates
Ian Martin helps to shape a nation
What the referendum shows is that we are waking up to the fact that Britain isn’t working, says Rory Olcayto
Politics are not necessarily architectural, writes Paul Finch