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Sheffield School of Architecture

Student shows 2014 - the reviews

Read reviews of every end of year show at each of the UK’s RIBA-accredited schools of architecture

London School of Economics – Saw Swee Hock Student Centre by O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects

Stirling Prize odds shake-up in favour of O'Donnell & Tuomey

The bookmakers have completely shaken-up their odds on this year’s Stirling Prize after a large amount of money was wagered on O’Donnell + Tuomey’s Saw Swee Hock student centre

Riches Hawley Mikhail's competition-winning Malmo Quay scheme

Winners of Newcastle regeneration contest revealed

Riches Hawley Mikhail, AWP, Feix Merlin and Featherstone Young have been chosen to work on developer Igloo’s mixed-use regeneration of Malmo Quay in Newcastle

Doone Silver Architects' 63 Compton

Doone Silver Architects completes Clerkenwell apartments

Newly-formed east London-based Doone Silver Architects has completed this 600m² apartment building in Clerkenwell, London

Folli Follie by Denizen Works

In pictures: Regent Street windows proposals revealed

The RIBA has unveiled proposals by the 15 up-and-coming practices commissioned to transform shop fronts on Regent Street this September

Fears over latest fall in building-conservation officers

The number of historic buildings conservation officers employed by councils has dropped by 35 per cent over the past eight years, prompting fears the nation’s built heritage is being jeopardised

For sale: Stirling Prize-winning Gherkin

The Stirling Prize-winning Gherkin skyscraper in the City of London has gone up for sale

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TP Bennett pre-tax profit rises 42%

Architect TP Bennett has reported pre-tax profit of £4.73million for the year to March, up from £3.33million the previous year.

Manchester Museum. Image by Pit-yacker

Manchester Museum seeks architect for £5m gallery

The Manchester Museum is on the hunt for an architect for a new temporary exhibition gallery

dRMM's Fenchurch Street scheme (approved 30 July 2014)

dRMM wins go-ahead for first City office scheme

The City of London’s planning committee has approved this ten-storey office block in Fenchurch Street by dRMM

The Norman Shaw Buildings in Whitehall. Image by Anthony O'Neil

Architect sought for £200m Whitehall overhaul

The House of Commons is seeking a conservation architect to refurbish a swathe of Whitehall properties over the next eight years

Isokon Gallery

Gallery opens at grade I-listed Isokon Building

A new gallery has opened at the modernist Isokon Building in North London

6 Bevis Marks, London by Fletcher Priest

Fletcher Priest's City office scheme completes

Fletcher Priest has taken the wraps off its new 6 Bevis Marks office scheme in the City of London.

Morrow and Lorraine Great Marlborough Street

Office-to-resi schemes ‘fuelling’ commercial shortages

Planning changes allowing offices to be converted into homes have fuelled shortages of commercial space in London and the South East, according to a new report

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Funding victory paves way for repairs to 'best modern church'

Preparatory work has begun for repairs to the east London church recently voted Britain’s best of the postwar years, after it was awarded Heritage Lottery funding

Highgate Newtown Community Centre

RCKA to overhaul Highgate community centre

RCKA has been appointed to work on the redevelopment of the Highgate Newtown Community Centre in Camden

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There's a long way to go to get sustainable design integrated in architects' training

28-Jul-2014

The loci of student activity which suggest promising ways forward, writes Hattie Hartman

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Absently mindful of the past

25-Jul-2014

Ian Martin builds up his psychogeographically-retrieved sustainable heritage consultancy

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What does it mean to be an architect today (and tomorrow)?

25-Jul-2014

Opposing views about what education is for go to the core of what it means to be an architect, says Rory Olcayto

Rick Mather

Architecture is about optimism and possibility, not endless belly-aching

23-Jul-2014

Thinking about the future of Heathrow without planes is a welcome indication that orthodoxy can be challenged, writes Paul Finch

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