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Sutherland Hussey Harris Sessay Pavilion [March 2015]

Sutherland Hussey Harris submits Sessay Pavilion

Newly rebranded practice Sutherland Hussey Harris has submitted plans for its competition-winning community hub and sports pavilion in Sessay, North Yorkshire

Sutherland Hussey Harris

Sutherland Hussey rebrands

Edinburgh-based Sutherland Hussey Architects has changed its name to recognise the contribution of long-term equity partner Colin Harris

Cefn Castell, Criccieth by Stephenson: ISA Studio

Revealed: RSAW Awards shortlist

The buildings in the running for the RIBA/RSAW Wales Awards have been revealed

Museum of London

C20 Society: 'We won't call for Museum of London listing'

The Twentieth Century Society has told the AJ it will not call for Powell & Moya’s 1976 Museum of Building at the Barbican to be listed

Beach House by Dualchas Architects

RIAS/RIBA 2015 Awards shortlist revealed

Schemes by Steven Holl, Malcolm Fraser, Dualchas, Reiach and Hall, and Page\Park are among those shortlisted for the 2015 RIAS Awards

Jeremy Foster

New practice: J Foster Architects

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

Hugh Broughton Architects' Henry Moore Foundation scheme [March 2015]

Work starts on Henry Moore Foundation archive

The second phase of Hugh Broughton Architects’ redevelopment of the Henry Moore Foundation’s complex has started on site

Farrell Bicester

Second phase of Farrell's eco-town gets go-ahead

Planning permission has been granted for the second phase of the Farrell-masterplanned eco-town at North West Bicester

PV panels

Solar could provide 4% of UK power by 2020

Solar power could be responsible for providing four per cent of the UK’s electricity by 2020 thanks to the plunging costs of solar panels

Theis + Khan church

Theis + Khan wins planning for church-led housing scheme in Watford

Theis + Khan has been given the go-ahead for a church and housing scheme in Watford

Horizon – Priestman Goode

Revealed: finalists' designs in RIBA’s Tomorrow’s Train contest

The three finalists in the RIBA competition to design the train carriage of the future have been announced

Fitzjames Teaching and Learning Centre by Feilden Fowles

Revealed: 2015 RIBA South West Awards shortlist

Projects by Feilden Fowles, AHR, Glenn Howells and S333 have been shortlisted in the RIBA South West Awards

Hush House offices to residential conversion in Chester by Ian Simpson Architects. Image by Ian Lawson

Ministers baulk at extending office-to-resi relaxation

Proposals to extend a rule-relaxation allowing offices to be converted into homes without planning permission are absent from a new raft of reforms unveiled by ministers this week

Canada Water scheme for Sellar Developments - designed by David Chipperfield Architects and Maccreanor Lavington

OMA and Chipperfield lined up for Canada Water housing

OMA, David Chipperfield Architects and Maccreanor Lavington Architects have been appointed to a framework covering 1,030 new homes in Canada Water

CoupDeVille Architects' Home Park Road

CoupDeVille designs semi-submerged London eco-house

CoupDeVille Architects has won planning for this partially submerged eco-house in south London

Adonis protesters

Protesters gather outside RIBA over controversial Adonis report

Protesters campaigning against a new report by Labour minister Andrew Adonis rallied outside the RIBA last night (24 March)


The North, still born-again


MONDAY Wow. All the architectural wisdom ever generated in the entire history of the world, distilled into a single tweet. I’m about to post it, then realise how dangerous that would actually be. Imagine. It would completely blow too many minds. The consequences would be - are - incalculable. I delete the tweet and squint into middle distance. A piano plays something elegiac.


Architecture Tomorrow showcases real projects that will get built


Architecture Tomorrow doesn’t predict the future of the built environment, it is the future of the built environment, says Rory Olcayto

Paul Finch

DCMS gave up caring for architecture years ago


Last week Culture kissed goodbye to the mother of the arts, writes Paul Finch


Glimpse tomorrow's London at this year's Green Sky Thinking Week


This year’s Green Sky Thinking programme is stronger than ever, says Hattie Hartman

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