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Zaha Hadid Architects' reworked designs for the Tokyo National Stadium

Japan gives final go-ahead for Zaha's £1.3bn Olympic stadium

3-Jul-2015

Zaha Hadid Architects’ Tokyo Olympic stadium will start on site in October and cost £1.3 billion to complete, the Japanese government has confirmed

Herzog & de Meuron’s Triangle Tower scheme in Paris

Paris u-turns on Herzog & de Meuron 'triangle tower'

2-Jul-2015

Herzog & de Meuron’s £430 million ‘triangle tower’ has been approved by the Council of Paris in a surprise u-turn

Heneghan Peng's competition-winning Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza, Egypt

In pictures: Heneghan Peng completes Giza Museum shell

1-Jul-2015

Heneghan Peng has completed the concrete shell on its competition-winning Grand Egyptian Museum project which is now due to complete in 2018

Winner: Art in the City by Moreau Kusunoki Architectes

Helsinki poll casts doubts over Guggenheim approval

1-Jul-2015

Only half a dozen City of Helsinki councillors have confirmed they will support the high-profile Guggenheim museum project

Competition site for the extension to the Alvar Aalto Museum and the Museum of Central Finland. Image by Alvar Aalto Museum

Design contest launched for Alvar Aalto Museum extension

30-Jun-2015

The Alvar Aalto Foundation has launched an open international competition for a new extension connecting the Alvar Aalto Museum and Museum of Central Finland

Shortlisted: Caruso St John Architects (London)

Caruso St John misses out in race for MAXXI neighbour job

24-Jun-2015

Milan’s Studio 015 has defeated Caruso St John Architects in the international design competition for a 5.1 ha plot next to Zaha Hadid’s Stirling Prize-winning MAXXI in Rome

OMA Garage Museuum of Contemporary Art

OMA completes Moscow's Garage Museum of Contemporary Art

24-Jun-2015

Rem Koolhaas’ practice OMA has completed this new modern art museum in Moscow

Asif Khan

Asif Khan: 'I have 100 per cent belief in what we proposed'

23-Jun-2015

The only UK finalist in the competition to design Helsinki’s new Guggenheim museum, Asif Khan, talks about narrowly missing out to French newcomer Moreau Kusunoki Architects

The Maspero Triangle in Cario

Masterplanning contest launched for Cairo’s Maspero Triangle

23-Jun-2015

The Egyptian government has opened an international masterplanning contest to regenerate the Maspero Triangle district in west central Cairo

Winner: Art in the City by Moreau Kusunoki Architectes

Young French practice wins Guggenheim Helsinki contest

23-Jun-2015

Parisian newcomer Moreau Kusunoki Architects has seen off five other finalists, including emerging UK star Asif Khan, to win the competition to design Helsinki’s new Guggenheim museum

Ribbon Chapel, Japan by Hiroshi Nakamura and NAP

Revealed: all 338 shortlisted schemes for WAF 2015 Awards

22-Jun-2015

Schemes by Foster + Partners, Zaha Hadid Architects, BIG, and Heatherwick Studios are among those shortlisted for the 2015 World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards

DRDH's Stormen library and concert hall in Bodo, Norway

DRDH wins Norway’s 'Stirling Prize'

22-Jun-2015

The AJ’s Building of the Year 2014, DRDH’s Stormen Concert Hall and Library, has picked up the Norwegian State Architecture Prize

Nepal Earthquake destruction. Image by Moni Jha

Contest opens for Nepal earthquake relief structures

22-Jun-2015

A design competition has been launched for innovative ideas to help rebuild Nepal following its recent devastating earthquake

Serpentine Pavilion by SelgasCano - completed, June 2015

'Serpentine is a lumpy rainbow of ETFE and ribbons', says Pritchard

22-Jun-2015

The AJ’s technical editor Owen Pritchard on this year’s playful but poorly detailed Serpentine Pavilion by Spanish practice SelgasCano

Taoyuan Airport. Image by Padai

Taiwan airport opens £1bn terminal contest

22-Jun-2015

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport has launched an international competition for a new £1 billion terminal

The Gutenberg Museum. Image by Fralac

Design contest opens for Gutenberg Museum revamp

22-Jun-2015

The city of Mainz has launched a design contest for the 8,500m2 overhaul and extension of its iconic Gutenberg Museum

Serpentine Pavilion by SelgasCano - under construction [June 2015]

First photos emerge of 2015 Serpentine Pavilion

19-Jun-2015

Work is nearing completion on Madrid-based SelgasCano’s multi-coloured Serpentine Pavilion

Nanyang Technological University by Heatherwick Studios

Revealed: UK finalists up for World Architecture Festival awards

19-Jun-2015

Heatherwick Studios, Zaha Hadid, Wilkinson Eyre, and Allford Hall Monaghan Morris are among the UK-based practices shortlisted in the World Architecture Festival (WAF) awards

2nd Prize:  The Floating Square Mile, London by Assia Stefanova, Newcastle University

Revealed: RIBA and CAA future cities student contest winners

18-Jun-2015

The RIBA and Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA) have unveiled the winners of an international student-only contest to imagine cities in the year 2065

From the archive: Angela Brady interviews Charles Correa

18-Jun-2015

In this video from 2013, former RIBA president Angela Brady interviews Charles Correa who died this week aged 84

The playground at Sheffield's Park Hill estate

#housingestates: your great housing guide

29-Jun-2015

Our new book, Exemplary Housing Estate Regeneration in Europe is timely and essential reading

Unexpected Hill by So? Architecture

SO? Architecture unveils ceramic installation at the RA

3-Jul-2015

So? Architecture has completed this installation at the Royal Academy

Zaha Hadid Architects' reworked designs for the Tokyo National Stadium

Japan gives final go-ahead for Zaha's £1.3bn Olympic stadium

3-Jul-2015

Zaha Hadid Architects’ Tokyo Olympic stadium will start on site in October and cost £1.3 billion to complete, the Japanese government has confirmed

Hawkins Brown Newcastle Science Building

Hawkins\Brown wins planning for £58m Newcastle Uni science building

3-Jul-2015

Hawkins\Brown has won planning for a new £58 million Urban Sciences building at Newcastle University

Spinners garden new house by PAD Studio

PAD Studio completes £550,000 New Forest house

2-Jul-2015

Hampshire-based PAD Studio has completed this two-storey home set within a woodland garden

RCKa London College of Fashion

RCKa to create ‘rooftop folly’ for London College of Fashion

2-Jul-2015

RCKa has won a contest for a new roof garden at the London College of Fashion

Winner: Isabel Garriga and Clara Garriga

Garriga sisters win Royston Spire contest

2-Jul-2015

Isabel Garriga and Clara Garriga of Holmes Miller Architects have won the Glasgow Institute of Architects’ competition for a £40,000 overhaul of Royston Spire

Video: Construction of RSHP's Jean Prouvé demountable house

2-Jul-2015

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) has modernised the iconic design for the ‘6 metre x 6 metre’ demountable house for use as a holiday home

Herzog & de Meuron’s Triangle Tower scheme in Paris

Paris u-turns on Herzog & de Meuron 'triangle tower'

2-Jul-2015

Herzog & de Meuron’s £430 million ‘triangle tower’ has been approved by the Council of Paris in a surprise u-turn

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Whitworth named Museum of the Year

2-Jul-2015

MUMA’s £15 million revamp of the Whitworth Gallery in Manchester has been named Museum of the Year

Assemble

Assemble to ‘inject joy’ into Seven Sisters station

2-Jul-2015

Assemble has been appointed to work on a new public art piece at Seven Sisters as part of TfL’s Art on the Underground programme

Heneghan Peng's competition-winning Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza, Egypt

In pictures: Heneghan Peng completes Giza Museum shell

1-Jul-2015

Heneghan Peng has completed the concrete shell on its competition-winning Grand Egyptian Museum project which is now due to complete in 2018

Video: Howard Davies on the Airports Commission's final report

1-Jul-2015

In this video Howard Davies discusses the Airports Commission’s decision to reccomend a third runway at Heathrow to increase the UK’s aviation capacity

Levitt Bernstein’s design to convert the main 1950s Granada Studio building into a 200-bedroom hotel

Plans submitted for Granada Studios redevelopment schemes

1-Jul-2015

Three detailed planning permissions within the masterplan area for the former Granada Studios in Manchester have been submitted – with a fourth set to follow within weeks

Winner: Art in the City by Moreau Kusunoki Architectes

Helsinki poll casts doubts over Guggenheim approval

1-Jul-2015

Only half a dozen City of Helsinki councillors have confirmed they will support the high-profile Guggenheim museum project

Green Deal

Poor design puts occupants at risk of overheating

1-Jul-2015

Nine out of 10 hospitals and a fifth of homes suffer from design that puts occupants at risk of overheating, according to Lord Krebs, a member of the government’s climate change watchdog committee

Heathrow Airport 1

Airlines back Heathrow expansion

30-Jun-2015

The airline industry has backed Heathrow on the eve of the Airports Commission’s recommendation on how to expand London’s aviation capacity

Competition site for the extension to the Alvar Aalto Museum and the Museum of Central Finland. Image by Alvar Aalto Museum

Design contest launched for Alvar Aalto Museum extension

30-Jun-2015

The Alvar Aalto Foundation has launched an open international competition for a new extension connecting the Alvar Aalto Museum and Museum of Central Finland

Stebon Primary School by Rivington Street Studios

Rivington Street Studio completes Passivhaus School

30-Jun-2015

Rivington Street Studio has completed London’s first Passivhaus school

Peter Barber Architects' Coldbath Town scheme

Barber to discuss RA Architecture Prize-winning scheme

30-Jun-2015

Peter Barber is to give a talk on his alternative vision for low-cost housing on London’s Mount Pleasant at the Royal Academy on Friday

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