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Roz Barr Architects Augustinian Centre

Roz Barr to design new Augustinian Centre

Roz Barr Architects has been appointed to design a new Augustinian Centre in Hammersmith, West London

The R1 building at King's Cross by Maki and Associates (park view)

Maki's UK debut set for green light

Planners have recommended approval for the first UK scheme by award-winning Japanese practice Maki and Associates

FAT - Death of Architecture

FAT: Back from the dead to edit The Architects’ Journal

Legendary architecture studio FAT is back for one final project: a summer special edition of The Architects’ Journal complete with a free gift

Newground Architects' Material Store scheme at the Old Vinyl Factory for HUB Developments [approved July 2015]

Newground wins go-ahead for 183-homes at Old Vinyl Factory

Emerging practice Newground Architects has won permission for the latest phase of the £250million regeneration of the Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes, west London

Nigel Lea, new design director ay Gensler (July 2015)

Gensler lands Conran & Partners director

Gensler has made another major signing after snapping up former Conran & Partners’ big hitter Nigel Lea as its London office’s design director

B3's Monmouthshire Housing HQ build, which has recently completed

Workforce at B3 tops 150 following another merger

Darton EGS and B3 Architects have merged, creating a new firm with 150 staff across 11 offices in the UK

HAB Housing Stroud by DSDHA

HAB ‘powerless’ over issues at Applewood housing scheme

Kevin McCloud’s housing firm HAB has said it had ‘no power to manage the construction’ at the DSDHA-designed Applewood housing scheme where residents have reported a catalogue of problems

Severfield chief executive Ian Lawson 2

Steel chief warns Cheesegrater bolt costs may top £6m

The chief executive of steel specialist Severfield has warned the cost of replacing steel bolts on the Cheesegrater may rise above the £6m figure flagged with the City

Walkie Talkie's Sky Garden

City defers Walkie Talkie's Sky Garden decision

The City of London has put back a decision on whether to approve modifications to Sky Garden at Rafel Viñoly-designed building at 20 Fenchurch Street to allow councillors time to visit the tower

British Library by Colin St John Wilson in Euston Road

St John Wilson’s British Library given grade I listing

Colin St John Wilson’s ‘immense and extraordinary’ British Library building has been handed a grade I listing by heritage minister Tracey Crouch

Elderly housing, Patel Taylor, Barking & Dagenham

New home registrations in London slump as UK booms

The number of new homes registered in London has fallen by 16.2 per cent in the first half of the year, according to new figures


Atomik reveals first Kazakhstan project

London’s Atomik Architecture has unveiled its first completed project in Kazakhstan

Liverpool Waters today

UNESCO calls for moratorium on Liverpool Waters scheme

UNESCO has called for a moratorium on new building work across the central Liverpool waterfront due to the potential damage it could cause the World Heritage Site


Ben Adams wins go-ahead for ‘micro garden city’

Ben Adams Architects has won planning for a 34-home scheme in Paddington, London


Video: Original competition judges visit Bystrup's T-pylon

The judges, who selected the Bystrup-designed T-pylon as the winner of the 2011 RIBA-backed contest, have visited the new design in Nottinghamshire

De Rosee Sa Architects Brook Green pavilion

De Rosee Sa wins planning for Hammersmith pavilion

De Rosee Sa Architects has won planning for a new community pavilion at Brook Green in Hammersmith

More Homes Better Homes Live

Julia Park: 'We have to end this schizophrenic approach to housing'


Head of housing for Levitt Bernstein. Julia Park, says the housing industry is being flooded with misguided ideas

Bee Emmott, executive director of the Garden Bridge Trust

Emmott: 'Londoners overwhelmingly want the Garden Bridge'


Ian Ritchie’s animosity towards the ‘flawed and unnecessary’ Garden Bridge is not shared by most Londoners, argues executive director of the Garden Bridge Trust Bee Emmott

David Tittle of MADE

David Tittle: 'Is the dash for housing killing localism?'


The government’s housing drive is undermining policies meant to encourage people to accept local growth, says the chair of the Design Network and Civic Voice David Tittle

Heatherwick Garden Bridge

Ian Ritchie: 'What problem does the Garden Bridge solve?'


Ian Ritchie takes a forensic look at why Thomas Heatherwick’s controversial Garden Bridge proposal is the wrong project for London

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