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The creation of these separate office and residential blocks on London’s Victoria Street restores some character to what had become a bland and alienating business district
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Ian Martin witnesses a sinister, winged briefing
Next month’s annual property fair in Cannes may be only tangentially related to architecture, but plenty of architects regard it as invaluable. We asked them why they go – or don’t go
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13 February, 2008
By Ruth Slavid
24 September 2015Michaila Hancock
The Royal Academy’s Kate Goodwin, Alison Nimmo from the Crown Estate, and Pritzker Prize director Martha Thorne have been named as the RIBA’s new honorary fellows
9 October 2007Richard Vaughan
Edward ‘Ted’ Cullinan has been awarded one of architecture’s most prestigious prizes
6 October 2009James Williams
Chinese-born American architect I M Pei has landed one of the industry’s most prestigious prizes – the RIBA’s Royal Gold Medal
19 June 2013John Pardey
Hampshire schools pioneer and RIBA Royal Gold Medallist Colin Stansfield Smith has died aged 80 following a stroke, writes John Pardey
20 May 2013Richard Waite
The new £3 million Maggie’s North East cancer care centre designed by Ted Cullinan has opened its doors
15 December 2011Liam O'Connor
Edward Cullinan Architects has been shortlisted to design the Palestinian Museum, near Ramallah on the West Bank
23 December 2011Liam O'Connor
The AJ can reveal that Heneghan Peng has been appointed to design the Palestinian Museum, near Ramallah on the West Bank
25 September 2015Laura Mark
BIG’s Bjarke Ingels is among the nine architects to have been handed RIBA International Fellowships
5 February 2013James Pallister
AJ exclusive: James Pallister spoke with Swiss starchitect Peter Zumthor on the eve of his RIBA Gold Medal lecture
13 February 2008Angus Montgomery
Ted Cullinan received the Royal Gold Medal for architecture at a black-tie dinner at the RIBA last night.
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