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AJ120 big hitter ADP has announced it is opening a new Edinburgh office, just days after celebrating its 50th birthday
Matthew Lloyd Architects and Mae have won planning for 116 homes across Camden which will replace those lost due to the new HS2 line
The search has begun for a team to deliver Scotland’s showpiece at next year’s Venice Biennale – the first time since 2008 that the country will have been represented formally
Over the next six days the AJ will reveal videos of each of the schemes shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize 2015
Coffey Architects has completed this 40,000m2 office in Qingdao, China
Timber experts dRMM has submitted plans for a new Maggie’s Centre in Oldham
Zaha Hadid is to judge an international competition for a new 12,000m² modern art gallery in Beirut – open to architects of Lebanese origin only
Housing associations have overwhelmingly voted for a proposal that could see them voluntarily introduce the Right to Buy for their tenants
FaulknerBrowns has completed this cor-ten clad library and sports centre in Hebburn, south Tyneside
The AJ has been shortlisted for half a dozen top honours in this year’s International Building Press (IBP) awards
Design Engine Architects’ new bridge over the River Thames has opened to the public
A subcontractor which helped install retractable seating at the Olympic Stadium has threatened to sabotage equipment to disrupt the Rugby World Cup in a dispute over an upaid bill
Squire and Partners has submitted plans for Old Oak Common’s first residential tower blocks as part of a wider scheme for up to 534 new homes
Schemes by architects from Rural Office for Architecture, MSA, and More Architecture are among those shortlisted in the 2015 National Custom and Self Build Association-run (NaCSBA)‘Self Build on a Shoestring’ competition
Planners have panned a rocket-shaped tower proposed for a site in Southwark by Russian practice Studio 44, saying it would be a ‘wilfully insensitive insertion on the skyline’
Amanda Levete’s ‘Serpentine Pavilion-inspired’ MPavilion has opening in Melbourne, Australia
Plans by Cooper Cromar for a seven storey office building – the first phase of the long-awaited redevelopment of Kirstall Forge in Leeds – have been approved
Bob Wallbridge pays tribute to the ‘truly great’ Hampshire County Council architect Alec Gillies who has died, aged 58, after a short and sudden illness
Campaign group SAVE Britain’s Heritage has called on Edinburgh City Council to reject Hoskins Architects’ plans to convert Edinburgh’s Royal High School into a hotel
A group of MPs and Lords has launched an inquiry into the quality of new build housing in England
More than two thirds of existing jobs in the UK are at ‘high risk’ of computerisation and robotic automation over the next 20 years, according to a study by researchers at Deloitte and Oxford University.
A New Zealand architect has two of his designs among the final proposals competing to be his country’s new flag.
The prospect of cycling along the Thames on an eight-mile-long floating path could be a step closer. Next month the team behind the scheme is set to launch a crowdfunding campaign to fund the Thames Deckway’s feasibility stage.
A building that forms the focal point of the Ruhrtriennale arts festival in Bochum, Germany has been ridiculed for resembling a couple having sex.
A trainee architect is one of six Nasa recruits who have just begun the longest isolation experience ever attempted, in an attempt to simulate what life would be like on Mars.
David Adjaye is tipped to be among the ‘frontrunners’ for the new Obama Presidential Centre in Chicago, which will include a museum and presidential library.
In the heat of Labour’s leadership battle and the startling rise of Jeremy Corbyn, one vital question goes unanswered: ‘what does the Corb have in common with Le Corb?’
The headlong rush to do business with Iran in the wake of President Obama’s nuclear deal has left parts of the British establishment struggling to keep up, it seems.
Plans to improve Norman Foster’s former London penthouse are causing a stink among local residents.
Given that Brits are among the world’s most prolific drinkers (we drink an average of 11.6 litres of pure alcohol a year says the World Health Organisation) the media attention around the listing of 21 inter-war pubs was unsurprising.
Work has recently completed on the renovation of the Ocakli Ada castle at Sile in Turkey, thought to date back to the Byzantine era.
Jelly-maker Bompas & Parr has revealed its latest creation: an installation-cum-bar entitled Alcoholic Architecture.