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Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners' Lyon airport entrance

Work begins on Rogers’ €180m Lyon Airport terminal


Work has begun on Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) competition-winning scheme for Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport’s Future Terminal 1

Jestico + Whiles' competition-winning scheme to overhaul the British School Muscat in Oman

Jestico + Whiles bags Muscat school job


Jestico + Whiles has won an international competition to overhaul the British School Muscat in Oman

israel - Jerusalem, Dome of the Rock

The Israel problem: how a political row tarnished the RIBA in 2014


March’s RIBA Council motion on Israeli architects sparked a major storm. Has last week’s reverse vote put the matter to rest? AJ’s newsdesk reports

3XN's competition-winning scheme to redevelop the Olympics headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland

3XN reveals contest-winning Olympic HQ scheme


Denmark’s 3XN has revealed the first images of its competition-winning scheme to redevelop the Olympics headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland

Newburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland (2012). Photo: Marc Wilson

Exhibition: The ruins of WWII coastline defences


Photographs focusing on the built remnants of World War II structures on the coastlines of Northern Europe have gone on display at London’s Anise Gallery

Falconer Chester Hall's competition-winning mixed-use scheme in Putrajaya, Malaysia

Falconer Chester Hall opens Kuala Lumpur office


AJ100 firm Falconer Chester Hall (FCH) has launched a new office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


London is 'crowded and business-like', says Berlin architect


Architects today debated David Chipperfield’s claim that ‘homogeneous commercialism’ has had a negative impact on building in London.

Adidas' World of Sports Campus in Herzogenaurch, Germany. Image by Nico Hofmann

Adidas seeks masterplanner for global headquarters


Adidas Group has launched a two-stage ideas contest to masterplan the open spaces on its World of Sports Campus in Herzogenaurch, Germany

Qatar construction site

Construction firm to probe migrant workers' Qatar claims


Carillion has announced it is conducting an ‘immediate review’ into allegations that staff working for its subcontractors in Qatar are underpaid and not provided with adequate safety equipment

MLA+'s competition-winning residential development in Liuxiandong, Shenzhen

Maccreanor Lavington wins housing jobs in China and Russia


The international arm of Maccreanor Lavington Architects – known as MLA+ – has won two design competitions for new residential schemes in China and Russia respectively

Paul Rudolph's Orange County government offices

Rescue bid launched for Rudolph's Orange County gem


A US architect has submitted official proposals to buy the under-threat Orange County Government Centre in New York state for a reported $5 million.

Second Home, Shoreditch by SelgasCano

Spanish star SelgasCano unwraps first UK project


Madrid-based SelgasCano, the practice selected to design the 2015 Serpentine Gallery’s summer pavilion, has completed its first UK job – the fit out of a creative workspace in Shoreditch, London

Video: drone footage inside FaulknerBrowns' Number One Riverside


FaulknerBrowns has released this footage, filmed by a drone, inside its award-winning £42.5million council offices for Rochdale Council

Jerusalem, Israel. Image by Acroll

RIBA overturns controversial Israel motion


The RIBA’s resolution to suspend the Israeli Association of United Architects (IAUA) has been overturned by the insitute’s council today

Jose Selgas and Lucia Cano

Little-known Spanish talent to design 2015 Serpentine Pavilion


Little-known, Madrid-based practice SelgasCano has been chosen by the Serpentine Gallery to design next year’s summer pavilion

Asif Khan

Asif Khan on Guggenheim: 'I've been training for this moment'


Asif Khan, the 34-year-old star leading the only UK team in the frame for Helsinki’s new Guggenheim museum, talks to the AJ on being shortlisted for one of the world’s most high-profile projects

Helsinki Guggenheim Shortlist

Helsinki Guggenheim: Jay Merrick reports


The jury was not looking for schemes that acknowledged the city’s existing architectural context, says Jay Merrick

Video: drone footage of Foster's Masdar city


Newly released drone footage gives a unique overview of Foster + Partners’ £14billion Masdar City in Abu Dhabi

The Children’s University Hospital on Temple Street in Dublin. Image by DubhEire

Architect sought for Dublin children’s hospital extension


The Children’s University Hospital in Dublin is seeking an architect for a new outpatients building

Foster + Partners' health education campus scheme in Cleveland, Ohio

Foster reveals Cleveland medical school plans


Foster + Partners has unveiled plans for a 45,000m² health education campus in Cleveland, Ohio

Nicolas Tye Architects' Turvey House

Nicolas Tye reveals ultra-modern addition to rustic cottage


[FIRST LOOK + PROJECT DATA] A scheme by Nicolas Tye Architects to redevelop a north Bedfordshire cottage by adding a strikingly futuristic extension to its original core is set to start on site in spring

Astudio - Waldegrave sixth form

Astudio completes £7m sixth form centre


[FIRST LOOK + PROJECT DATA] Waterloo-based Astudio has completed this sixth form centre in Twickenham, Middlesex

Bennetts Associates' revamp of the Hampstead Theatre Foyer [summer 2014]

Bennetts revisits Hampstead Theatre for foyer makeover


Bennetts Associates has released new photographs of the revamp of its 11-year-old Hampstead Theatre in north-west London

Marc Benjamin Drewes – Celebration of death

Bompas & Parr name winner of modern mausoleum contest


London-based architect Sebastian Bergne has been announced as the winner of the competition to design a contemporary mausoleum

PRP's Chobham Manor housing - second phase [December 2014]

Approval for second phase of Olympic legacy housing


PRP and Make have bagged ‘unanimous approval’ for the 207-home second phase of the new Chobham Manor neighbourhood on London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Studio Weave - Nine Elms

Studio Weave in team working on Thames path at Nine Elms


Churchman Landscape Architects and Studio Weave are to work on the extension of the Thames pathway at Nine Elms

Generic health Goldthorpe NHS health centre

Almost 75% of councils cancel or delay construction projects


Seventy-three per cent of local authorities have cancelled or postponed planned built environment projects in the past two years, research by Scape Group has revealed

Darling Associates' College Road Tower

Darling’s £55m Croydon tower set to start on site


A 37-storey tower in central Croydon designed by AJ100 practice Darling Associates is set to start on-site in next year.

Oldham Coliseum by Mecanoo

Mecanoo submits Oldham Coliseum revamp for planning


Dutch firm Mecanoo, led by Woman Architect of the Year 2014 Francine Houben, is set to submit plans for the revamp of Oldham Coliseum Theatre

Winner: The Complete History of the Universe

Winners revealed in South Kensington Tunnel competition


Three winners have been named winners in the contest to overhaul an historic foot tunnel in South Kensington, London

Waterford Medieval Museum by Waterford City Architects. Image by Philip Lauterbach

European showstoppers line up for Mies van der Rohe prize


Haworth Tompkins’ Stirling Prize-winning Everyman Theatre and Zaha Hadid’s Stirling-shortlisted Aquatics Centre are among 20 UK schemes nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award 2015

JRA - 33 Central - Dec 2014

John Robertson wins City office job


John Robertson Architects (JRA) has been appointed to work on a 21,200m2 office redevelopment in the City of London

Jestico + Whiles' competition-winning scheme to overhaul the British School Muscat in Oman

Jestico + Whiles bags Muscat school job


Jestico + Whiles has won an international competition to overhaul the British School Muscat in Oman


Islington signals plans for basements crackdown


Islington council has become the latest planning authority in the capital to float the prospect of restrictions on the booming business of basement construction

Project Meganom's competition-winning scheme to regenerate the Moscow River in Russia

UK firms behind winning team in Moscow riverfront contest


Gillespies and John Thompson & Partners are part of a Russian-led team chosen to regenerate 10,400 hectares of riverfront plots and embankments in Moscow


New practices: ZSTa


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

Luker House by Jamie Fobert Architects

Call for entries: RIBA Awards 2015


The RIBA has called for entries for its annual awards programme

Richard Deacon among the ceramic blocks used for the facade at One Eagle Place.

Art and architecture: Richard Deacon on working with Eric Parry


Artist Richard Deacon writes about his collaborations with architect Eric Parry, including a design for the Millennium Bridge and the colourful ceramic facade on London’s Piccadilly

The International Quarter (TIQ), a new £1.3 billion commercial district in Stratford City, London E20.

Revealed: top talents named on Olympicopolis shortlist


Six teams featuring a raft of exciting names including David Chipperfield, Asif Khan, O’Donnell and Tuomey and 6a Architects have been shortlisted for the new Olympicopolis cultural and education quarter

Bishopsgate Goodsyard

Farrell's Bishopsgate could be derailed by major new station


Terry Farrell’s contentious proposals for Bishopsgate Goodsyard could be sent back to the drawing board after plans emerged for a major new station on the east London site

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