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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

Superdensity - Hong Kong

Superdensity driven by 'frenzy of avarice'

Leading architects have demanded the end to the unbridled rise of ‘super-dense’ developments in London spurred by a ‘frenzy of avarice’ from investors

Scotland studio

Keppie film studio scheme goes in for planning

Proposals for a £135 million studio complex and visitor attraction on the outskirts of Edinburgh by Keppie Design,have been submitted for in-principle planning approval.

Hall McKnight's 'yellow pavilion'

Hall McKnight reveals pavilion for London Festival of Architecture

Hall Mcknight has revealed plans for a pop-up pavilion to showcase Irish design at next month’s London Festival of Architecture

Ruairidh C Moir of BARD

New practice: BARD

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

#Great Schools round table

Making the case for #greatschools

An opportunity exists for an architect-led lobbying effort to promote good design, delivered at low cost, an expert roundtable concluded

Studio Octopi's Thames Baths near City Hall

Studio Octopi exceeds Thames Baths' crowdfunding target

Studio Octopi has exceeded its £125,000 crowdfunding target for its proposed Thames Baths floating lido

Lambeth Town Hall model

Cartwright Pickard lodges large-scale Brixton plans

Proposals for a multi-building redevelopment of Brixton’s civic quarter, designed by Cartwright Pickard Architects, have been submitted for planning

The Chapel by a21studio

Last chance to enter: World Architecture Festival Awards 2015

Architects have until tomorrow (22 May) to submit schemes for this year’s World Architecture Festival (WAF) awards

31/44's proposal for Redchurch Street

31/44 wins go-ahead for £1.8m Shoreditch refurb

London-based 31/44 has won planning for the £1.8 million transformation of a of a building in Shoreditch, East London

Allies and Morrison's Olympicopolis proposals - contest win (May 2015)

Revealed: winner in Olympicopolis competition

A team led by Allies and Morrison, with O’Donnell & Tuomey and AJ’s 2013 Emerging Woman Architect of the Year Olga Felip’s studio, has been chosen to design the new Olympicopolis

Wright & Wright's Geffrye Museum proposals

Geffrye revamp gets funding green-light

The Heritage Lottery Fund has handed the Geffyre Museum £11 million, meaning Wright & Wright’s proposed revamp can now go-ahead

Charlie Palmer

Sheffield student bags Foster travelling fund

Sheffield School of Architecture student Charles Palmer has been handed the 2015 RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship

Burrell Collection

HLF agrees £15m towards Burrell Collection refurb

The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has handed £15million towards the proposed revamp of Glasgow’s cultural showpiece - Barry Gasson Architects’ Burrell Collection

Glaze by Cousins & Cousins

Ben Cousins: 'It's been a challenge to make it look elegant'

Cousins & Cousins founder Ben Cousins speaks to the AJ about the practice’s glazed pavilion for Clerkenwell Design Week

FAT and Grayson Perry's House for Essex

Holland on Julie's house: 'It is the ultimate decorated shed'

FAT’s final project – a collaboration with artist Grayson Perry for Living Architecture – has finally completed

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


AIA Convention: Architects debate America's yawning inequality


In between the CPD sessions in Atlanta, a new social challenge was discussed following a headline speech by Bill Clinton, writes Jeremy Melvin

FAT and Grayson Perry's House for Essex

The profession still fails to communicate how architects shape the world


Will this month be remembered as the time the art world swallowed ‘architecture’ in one clean gulp? asks Rory Olcayto

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