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Proposals for a multi-building redevelopment of Brixton’s civic quarter, designed by Cartwright Pickard Architects, have been submitted for planning
Proposals for a £135 million studio complex and visitor attraction on the outskirts of Edinburgh by Keppie Design,have been submitted for in-principle planning approval.
Studio Octopi has exceeded its £125,000 crowdfunding target for its proposed Thames Baths floating lido
The latest in a series of practice profiles looking at those who have recently decided to go it alone
Cousins & Cousins founder Ben Cousins speaks to the AJ about the practice’s glazed pavilion for Clerkenwell Design Week
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has handed £15million towards the proposed revamp of Glasgow’s cultural showpiece - Barry Gasson Architects’ Burrell Collection
Sheffield School of Architecture student Charles Palmer has been handed the 2015 RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship
A team led by Allies and Morrison, with O’Donnell & Tuomey and AJ’s 2013 Emerging Woman Architect of the Year Olga Felip’s studio, has been chosen to design the new Olympicopolis
The Heritage Lottery Fund has handed the Geffyre Museum £11 million, meaning Wright & Wright’s proposed revamp can now go-ahead
The AJ picks out the architectural highlights of the three-day-long creative festival
Beatrice Fraenkel and Richard Parnaby have been re-elected unopposed to their positions at the helm of the Architects Registration Board (ARB).
Get support for your ideas with the AJ Hoare Lea Part 2 research bursary
FAT’s final project – a collaboration with artist Grayson Perry for Living Architecture – has finally completed
Paul Morrell, the former government chief construction adviser, has warned that professional bodies in the sector are in danger of becoming ‘irrelevant within five to 10 years’
The University of London has hired BDP to create a blueprint to revitalise its estate, centred around its landmark Senate House building in the capital’s Bloomsbury district
The RIBA has opened a three-week window for submissions to its 2015 President’s Awards for Research, designed to recognise academic and professional achievement across the industry
Satish Jassal Architects has completed this small brick house in Haringey, North London
Duggan Morris Architects has scooped permission for this ground-breaking retirement development in the grounds of a grade II-listed house in Sevenoaks, Kent
The John Soane Museum in London has opened the architect’s private apartments and model room to the public for the first time in more than 160 years
The Architecture Foundation (AF) is on the hunt for the next wave of emerging architectural talent for the third volume of its New Architects book series
For many years public perceptions of spy architecture have been dominated by the work of GCHQ ‘doughnut’ designer Gensler and Terry Farrell – the architect of James Bond’s towering MI6 HQ.
Students at the Glasgow School of Art have hit back at orders to not affix anything to the walls of Steven Holl’s Reid Building
The £3 billion Chelsea Barracks redevelopment is on the move again. The scheme’s original architect, Richard Rogers, was famously thrown off the overhaul of the redundant barracks site in 2009 following a headline-grabbing intervention by Prince Charles.
Carsten Höller’s giant slides, which were erected at Tate Modern in 2006, are set to make a return
Gareth Hoskins takes the prize for most unusual comment made by an architect about themselves after saying he was ‘not tall enough to be Godzilla’.
Grimshaw’s threatened Ship building in Plymouth could be handed a last-minute lifeline by rare birds.
The charity behind plans for London’s controversial Garden Bridge launched a new PR offensive last week.
As the wraps come off Zaha Hadid Architects’ long-awaited Middle East Centre at the University of Oxford it appears the curved, funnel-like addition to St Antony’s College has received a harsh verdict from the local wildlife.
The French government passed a law this week requiring rooftops on new buildings in commercial zones to be partially covered in plants or solar panels.
It’s been a rollercoaster month for the Battersea Arts Centre, which – during the final phases of a £13.3 million restoration led by Haworth Tompkins – saw its Grade II*-listed Grand Hall wrecked by fire.
Conductor Simon Rattle’s comment that London lacks a truly world-class music venue will have irked the capital’s leading concert auditoriums, not least the Royal Festival Hall.
An interesting new theory has emerged about Stonehenge and how it could have supported a circular, wooden platform on top of the monolithic stones