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KPF's proposed Appold Street tower in London [May 2015]

Green light for KPF's 45-storey tower next to Broadgate

Councillors have approved a 45 storey office and hotel building by Kohn Pederson Fox (KPF) next to the Broadgate development in London


Amanda Levete reveals designs for Southampton Maggie’s

Amanda Levete’s practice AL_A has submitted plans for a new Maggie’s cancer care centre in Southampton

Gareth Hoskins Architects' revised proposals for the Royal High School site on Calton Hill in Edinburgh - submitted for planning in September 2015

SAVE calls on city to throw out Hoskins' Calton Hill plans

Campaign group SAVE Britain’s Heritage has called on Edinburgh City Council to reject Hoskins Architects’ plans to convert Edinburgh’s Royal High School into a hotel


Win a pair of tickets to the RA’s Spaces of Freedom debate

Tweet us your pictures of spaces of freedom to be in with the chance of winning a pair of tickets to the Royal Academy of the Arts’ next debate

John Assael

Assael sets up Dubai outpost

Assael Architecture has announced plans to launch an office in the United Arab Emirates

London skyline

Councils 'blocking one-in-five office-to-resi requests'

Local authorities are refusing 20 per cent of applications to convert offices into homes under the government’s temporarily ‘relaxed’ planning regime, according to new research

Redrow Sandringham Gardens

MPs launch inquiry into quality of England's new homes

A group of MPs and Lords has launched an inquiry into the quality of new build housing in England

Alec Gillies

Obituary: Alec Gillies (1957-2015)

Bob Wallbridge pays tribute to the ‘truly great’ Hampshire County Council architect Alec Gillies who has died, aged 58, after a short and sudden illness

The Hundred Year Home by C.F. Moller

British Homes Awards finalists revealed

An eclectic mix of proposals by architects including CF Moller, McInnes Gardner and Emrys Architects, have been shortlisted in a contest to design the next generation of garden city homes

Belsize Oxford

Belsize Architects wins planning for Oxford student housing

North London-based Belsize Architects has won the go-ahead for a new student housing scheme in Oxford

Crossrail Patrick McLoughlin at breakthrough event at Canary Wharf May 2013

Northern Powerhouse rail scheme 'unpaused'

Two rail electrification schemes controversially paused in the summer are to be restarted, transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin has announced


Herzog & de Meuron reveals Vancouver Art Gallery designs

Tate Modern architect Herzog & de Meuron has revealed its scheme for the new home of Vancouver Art Gallery in Canada

Jim Eyre

Profit doubles in ‘exceptional year’ for Wilkinson Eyre

Increased revenue from UK and North American projects saw profit soar by 115 per cent at Wilkinson Eyre in the year to April, official accounts show.

Adjaye's Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art and Storytelling

Adjaye’s Harlem children’s museum opens

The children’s museum within Adjaye Associates’ Sugar Hill housing project in Harlem New York opens to the public on Saturday

RIBA Portland Place

RIBA tells councillors not to talk to the press

The RIBA has told all its newly elected councillors not to speak to the press


Conder to drop black timber home on Hackney warehouse

A matt black timber house designed by Simon Conder Associates (SCA) is set to be lifted by crane onto the roof of a brick warehouse in London Fields, Hackney next month


The Artesian Spatial Effect


Ian Martin develops atrium maximisation for doughnuts

Qatar construction workers

Help us fill the ethics void


What are the moral duties of the architect in today’s chaotic, globalised marketplace? asks Rory Olcayto


Regime values are less important than a building's use


Architecture may be political, but it is fundamentally about creative ideas, says Paul Finch


The Epic Space Awards


Ian Martin misses out at the ‘Spaceys’

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