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Zaira Magliozzi reports from Milan Design Week - today: workplace
[First look + project data] GMW has completed a new 150,000m² passenger terminal at the Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Medina
The Liberal Democrat 2015 general election manifesto has promised to pump up housebuilding to levels last seen in the 1970s while imposing 21st century standards for energy efficiency
From a distillery in Scotland to a yacht club in Monaco – the AJ can reveal the 12 projects in the frame for the AJ120 Building of the Year award
Experts have voiced doubts that Conservative proposals to extend the Right to Buy to housing association tenants could create the promised housebuilding bonanza
London’s top businesses have overwhelmingly backed the expansion of Heathrow airport over another runway at Gatwick
Belfast and London-based Hall McKnight has revealed more photographs and plans of this recently completed house in County Down
One of the UK’s leading architectural lighting designers, Janet Turner has died, after a short illness, aged 78
Reiach and Hall has been given the go-ahead for a new archive building in the Scottish Highlands for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
Russ + Henshaw has revealed its designs for a pavilion for architecture charity Article 25 at Clerkenwell Design Week
Tower Hamlets has approved plans for Squire and Partners’ 29-storey tower at 1 Park Place, Canary Wharf, east London
New measures to create housing on brownfield sites, a pledge to build 500 new free schools, and giving housing association tenants the right to buy their homes are all included in the Conservative Party’s election manifesto for 2015
Scrapping the NPPF, ending ‘right to buy’ for social housing and bringing around 350,000 vacant homes back into use all feature in the Green Party’s general election manifesto
The clock is ticking for entries to be submitted to our Going Underground ideas competition for a radical underground structure - so get creative!
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) has formalised its structure into three studios as the practice continues to implement its long-term succession plan
Architect Gareth Hoskins has laughed off criticism his impact on Edinburgh’s built heritage is similar to the destructive might of film-monster Godzilla
An ideas competition seeking ‘bold and thoughtful’ alternatives to Helsinki’s new Guggenheim Museum has received more than 200 entries from 37 countries
Zaha Hadid’s right-hand man Patrik Schumacher has hit out at criticism of iconic buildings and star architects as ‘all-to-easy point-scoring’
Shindesignworks has won a competition for an installation in Lough Gill, Ireland inspired by William Butler Yeats’ 1892 poem The Lake Isle of Innisfree
Construction industry output fell by 0.9 per cent month on month in February, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics.
One of the Grimshaw-designed Hi-Tech flats in Camden has gone up for sale with a price tag of £650,000
Last week the winners of the 2015 Civic Trust Awards were revealed at a glitzy ceremony at Shakespeare’s Globe in London
TfL may have only given Wilkinson Eyre three out of five for bridge-design experience, but Thomas Heatherwick has yet to have one of his creations featured on a stamp.
With today’s top dogs facing poisoning attempts, they need a bit of comfort, and one lucky pampered pooch will soon be settling into its very own ‘small project’, courtesy of Samsung
Jonathan Meades to feature on more walls
Double celebration at the BT Tower as its marks half century
Has Jonathan Meades becomes a muse for street artists?
Crowd funded legal challenge for the garden bridge
A disused Christopher Wren church tower gets second life
The Finsbury Health Centre is 76-years young and, it seems, is as much loved today as it was when it opened in 1938
Speaking at the AJ Small Projects Awards launch last week, Niall McLaughlin recalled his early contest-winning designs for a radical houseboat
Where is Jean Nouvel’s 2010 Serpentine Pavilion?