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PTE Kings Cross

PTE wins planning for £30m King’s Cross mixed-use scheme


Pollard Thomas Edwards (PTE) has won planning for a £30 million mixed-use, housing-led scheme in London’s King’s Cross

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

DRDH’s Norwegian library and concert hall opens


DRDH Architects’ competition-winning £126million concert hall and library in Bodø, Norway have been officially opened

Twelve Architects' competition-winning scheme for a new airport at Rostov on Don in southern Russia

Twelve unveils Rostov on Don airport scheme


Twelve Architects has revealed its competition-winning scheme for a new airport at Rostov on Don in southern Russia

TFP Farrells' Vattanac Capital Tower in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Farrell completes Cambodia’s tallest tower


TFP Farrells has taken the wraps off this 38-storey banking headquarters in Phnom Penh – Cambodia’s first skyscraper

BIG Smithsonian

BIG reveals plans for Washington’s Smithsonian


Danish practice BIG, the architect behind the proposed new square at Battersea Power Station, has revealed its plans to overhaul Washington’s Smithsonian campus


Broken Cheesegrater bolts: results not expected until New Year


The owners of Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners’ (RSHP) Leadenhall Building have said they would not be able to release results of tests on the broken bolts until 2015

Kelty Land Art project

Jencks hits out after Kelty land art plans are scrapped


Landscape architect Charles Jencks has condemned the decision to scrap plans to turn a former open-cast mine in Scotland into a land art project, branding the move ‘sad and regrettable’


OMI gets go-ahead for Salford housing


Manchester-based OMI Architects has been given the green-light for a brick-clad apartment scheme in Salford


New practices: OS31


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

Heatherwick Studio's Pier 55 floating park scheme in New York

Heatherwick picked for New York’s ‘Pier 55’ floating park


Thomas Heatherwick has won a competition to create a new floating public park and performance space – known as Pier 55 – in New York

Cousins and cousins

Cousins & Cousins wins planning for Hackney extension


[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + PROJECT DATA] Cousins & Cousins has won planning permission for a timber-framed house extension in Hackney, East London

Subjit Jassy

Subjit Jassy: 'It's great to see innovation'


Subjit Jassy, partner at Resolution Properties, on not believing your own press and encouraging architects to think freely

Neon creates ‘House of Mirrors’ on Australian beach


[VIDEO] Emerging, London-based practice Neon has revealed this competition-winning structure on a beach in Australia

Allies and Morrison Addenbrookes

Allies and Morrison clads car park with 'twisted' skin


[FIRST LOOK + PROJECT DATA] Allies and Morrison has completed this external skin of a car park at the new Addenbrooke’s hospital campus in Cambridge

More Homes Better Homes Live

Devolution: three experts' views


With a new report launched today calling for more local powers to unlock development, we asked three experts for their views on devolution and what it might mean for the profession


Green Party calls on Boris to ‘come clean about Crystal Palace’


London Assembly member Darren Johnson has called on the Mayor of London Boris Johnson to explain his ‘vision’ for the proposed overhaul of Crystal Palace

City Hall

Architects seek London version of city-wide Paris contest


Architects have called on Boris Johnson to launch a London version of Paris’ new urban regeneration contest

Kent Business School

Penoyre & Prasad gets green light for £20m Kent uni campus


Penoyre & Prasad has won planning permission for a £20million expansion of the University of Kent’s business and mathematics schools

Van Gogh-Roosegaarde cycle path

Glowing Van Gogh cycle trail unveiled in Holland


Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde has created what is being billed as the world’s most artistic cycle path, featuring a 600m light installation based on a Vincent Van Gogh painting


New-look City guild to bang drum for architects overseas


An historic network of City of London architects is planning an overhaul that would see it play a bigger role in promoting the work of UK practices overseas

David Adjaye, of Adjaye Associates

Adjaye's burrower renovations


David Adjaye is set to revamp the Hackney house which once belonged to ‘Mole Man’

Julie Leonard Crossrail Bond Street Station

Crossrail’s picture rail


Crossrail has employed artist Julie Leonard to document the infrastructure project’s construction


Fox Hill back in motion


Almost a decade since Dutch firm Mecanoo started its first project in the UK at Fox Hill in Sheffield, the stalled scheme looks set to start again on site


End of the road for RIBANet


This Friday (28 February) marks the end of the road for RIBANet, when the self-help, closed-door internet forum for members is officially shut down


Viollet-le-Duc's birthday honoured with Google Doodle


Google celebrated the 200th anniversary of Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc’s birthday today (27 Janaury) with a gothic revival adaptation of their logo

Garden Bridge

Lords brand Heatherwick's garden bridge 'BoJo vanity project'


The government’s pledge to stump up £30m towards the cost of Thomas Heatherwick’s proposed Garden Bridge across the Thames has, it seems, not been well received in the other ‘House’.


Bang on the money: Populous' Sochi Olympic stadium appears on 100 rouble note


The Bank of Russia has unveiled a commemorative 100 rouble note that features Populous’ 2014 Winter Olympic main stadium


Who’s got the BIGest…


In his latest review for the Observer Rowan Moore draws attention to the amusing name one of the world’s most well-known young architects has chosen for his website

Park Hill

Profession backs Park Hill to win 2013 Stirling Prize


A third of AJ reader’s want Hawkins\Brown’s Brutalist housing project to win the Stirling Prize

Richard Rogers' AA report

Rogers the no-hoper


Among the artefacts at the Royal Academy’s exhibition focusing on the work of Richard Rogers is the starchitect’s scathing 1958 school report from the Architectural Association

Hodder Grange over Sands

Council belly-flop


Miserable news from the North West. Hodder Associates’ award-winning Berners Pool in Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, will finally be demolished this year


Dizzying heights


Multiply-bespectacled architect Rafael Viñoly has been swanning about in New York claiming that his slender 432 Park Avenue apartment skyscraper will be the tallest in Manhattan.

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