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The new BBVA Bancomer Tower designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Legorreta + Legorreta has opened in Mexico City
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Adam McKay’s Oscar-nominated The Big Short teaches a salutary lesson, writes Paul Finch
This week’s career moves includes new directors at Gensler and LTS Architects
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11 October, 2007
5 November 2008
Hoare Lea has announced that David Armstrong, Colm Dougan, Rupert Horne and Dominic Meyrick have accepted invitations to join the Partnership.
11 October 2007
11 January 2008
16 January 2008
4 December 2008
The University of Bath has appointed Professor Doug King, founder of King Shaw Associates, as Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor of Building Engineering Physics in the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering
15 October 2010Felix Mara
New BREEAM Excellent offices for Birmingham City Council are helping the city meet its CO 2 reduction targets.
23 September 2015Richard Waite
The architect behind much of the newly-opened Birmingham New Street station has said the scheme ‘could have been much better’ and that lessons must be learned
25 January 2006RW
Foster and Partners has seen off competition from Richard Rogers, Grimshaw and Reid Architecture to land the massive Heathrow East Terminal project.
7 September 2015Richard Waite
MUMA’s extension to Manchester’s Whitworth Gallery has taken almost half the wagers on William Hill’s book for it to win the 2015 RIBA Stirling Prize
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