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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
The airline industry has backed Heathrow on the eve of the Airports Commission’s recommendation on how to expand London’s aviation capacity
The Alvar Aalto Foundation has launched an open international competition for a new extension connecting the Alvar Aalto Museum and Museum of Central Finland
Rivington Street Studio has completed London’s first Passivhaus school
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
The government must implement the zero carbon homes standard without further weakening in order to help the UK meet its climate change obligations, according to a new report by the Climate Change Committee
Tom Webster, UK Associate Director, at AECOM describes the challenges behind realising SelgasCano’s colourful design
Farrells has revealed new images of its proposals for Gatwick as the airport ramps up its expansion campaign
This video reveals Foster + Partners competition-winning plans for a ‘breath-taking’ new transport interchange in Cardiff city centre
Artist Gerry Judah has unveiled the centrepiece for the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed Festival which was held last weekend (25 - 28 June)
Theis + Khan has revealed its recently completed revamp of RIBA’s new administrative centre at 76 Portland Place
SimpsonHaugh and Partners has won planning for a 14-home scheme in Westminster
Aldeburgh Music has launched an open design competition for an outdoor sculpture for children at Snape Maltings in Suffolk
Architecture students from London Southbank, University of Westminster and Ravensbourne College proposed ideas for the future of London’s squares at a charrette this weekend
AHR has completed this £19 million transport interchange in Altrincham, Greater Manchester
The 89 schemes vying for the annual retrofit Oscars have been announced
Why have housing schemes taken so many RIBA National Awards and what does it mean? The profession reacts.
Prince Charles has voiced his support for an exact, historical rebuild of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s fire-damaged library at the Glasgow School of Art
The planning system is to blame for the shortage of homes in Scotland, according to new research
Taking inspiration from the Eames’ House of Cards, architect Populous has created this exhbition for the inaugural World Architecture Festival (WAF) London
London and planet Earth-based practice Space Group Architects has taken the search for the next emerging market to a new, extra-terrestrial level
Nearly 10 years after first opening its doors the Stirling Prize-shortlisted Evelina Children’s Hospital is poised for a major expansion.
Security was tight at the press opening of the much-photographed, two-bedroom holiday home designed by the now-dissolved FAT together with artist Grayson Perry.
Ever fancied a helicopter ride over London? Well one lucky winner could be in with the chance for a ride in Norman Foster’s private helicopter.
No longer able to attack politicians on Newsnight, Jeremy Paxman has turned his attention to a much bigger, less animate target: the construction of High Speed 2.
As his new $422 million Whitney Museum in New York opens to the public, Renzo Piano has joined the ever-growing list of architects trying their hand at fashion design.
Such sentiments certainly won’t have been appreciated by most architects, who, according to the AJ’s pre-election poll, were hoping for a Labour victory.
As a rule, press releases should not enrage, so perhaps the authors of a post-election media bulletin issued this week should have considered the fact that 75 per cent of the electorate did not vote Conservative.
Lego has just released the latest model in its Landmark Architecture series – an interpretation of New York’s 1902 Flatiron Building.
Last week Richard Rogers gave a talk exclusively for Channel 4’s staff about his life and loves.
Just when we’d almost forgotten about the (non) trials and tribulations of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, tantalising news emerges about a secret-sharing project specifically for architects and planners.
An architect has designed a modular kit which he hopes will be ‘the next Lego’. Arckit, is the brainchild of Irish architect Damien Murtagh who designed it as a reaction to 3D computer models.