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School Folio Index

Folio: Heath House

10-Oct-2015 | By Manon Mollard

The AR’s Manplan on Education presented the vanguard of its time

Andrew Wolstenholme chief executive Crossrail

Wolstenholme to take over as Construction Leadership Council chair

9-Oct-2015 | By

Crossrail chief executive Andrew Wolstenholme will become the industry chair of the Construction Leadership Council next month.


Podcast: Interview with FAT Video


Paul Finch talks to Sam Jacob, Sean Griffiths and Charles Holland - the men formerly known as FAT - on their early influences, how FAT came to be and what they have taken from it as they go their separate ways

York Handmade - St John University

York Handmade: Off the wall


[SPONSORED FEATURE] Using the traditional brick in new ways or specifying a bespoke product will result in projects that make their mark

Rock on: Carrières Plo’s Tarn Silverstar granite at the Marc Bloch secondary school in Sérignan

Plo: Pillar of Wisdom


[SPONSORED FEATURE] From granite monoliths to marble palaces, Carrières Plo’s stone continues to define architectural projects

High Court

Eight top-20 contractors set to make blacklisting payouts after High Court apology

9-Oct-2015 | By

Some of the UK’s biggest contractors could have to pay out tens of millions of pounds in damages after they made an ‘amended defence’ of their role in blacklisting at London’s High Court.

Generic workers Solar panel apprentice ladder

Government cuts blamed as 1,000 jobs lost at solar firms

8-Oct-2015 | By

The government has been urged to prevent the collapse of the solar industry after two firms went into administration within 24 hours of each other, putting almost 1,000 jobs at risk.


Oskar Hansen

8-Oct-2015 | By Agata Pyzik

A Polish visionary who wanted to transform Modernist architecture to respond to the conditions of real life

Beth West

HS2's Beth West: We've been talking to Chinese for over a year

8-Oct-2015 | By

A senior High Speed 2 director has rejected claims that chancellor George Osborne moved the goalposts by apparently inviting Chinese bids for civils contracts, saying the company had been engaging with firms from China for the past 12 months.

Long Museum in Shanghai by Atelier Deshaus

One week left to enter the AR Culture awards


The Architectural Review is seeking the most exciting cultural buildings in the world