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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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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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20 February, 2008
By Max Thompson
16 December 2011Richard Waite
From tuition fees to Localism, architects and key figures comment on the headlines that shaped 2011
11 July 2012Richard Waite
Construction work on Denton Corker Marshall’s (DCM) Stonehenge Visitor Centre has started today (11 July) - 20 years after plans for a new building at the world-famous site were first mooted
15 December 2011Hattie Hartman
Hattie Hartman, sustainability editor
25 March 2013Richard Waite
Northumberland National Park and the Youth Hostel Association have chosen Jane Darbyshire and David Kendall Architects (JDDK) to design a new visitor centre and youth hostel next to Hadrian’s Wall
21 December 2005RS
Fletcher Priest has got the go-ahead to refurbish the last remaining newsreel cinema still operating in Britain.
27 August 2010
English Heritage, equalising VAT, Stonehenge and budget cuts: new architecture minister John Penrose answers the profession’s questions about his plans and priorities for the next five years
1 April 2014Laura Mark
After a year-long review Terry Farrell has set out his 60 recommendations covering education, planning, heritage and the RIBA and the ARB
21 May 2012Merlin Fulcher
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios’ (FCBS) £52 million Ditherington Flax Mill Maltings redevelopment in Shrewsbury has won Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) backing
20 February 2014Richard Waite
Television presenter, gastronome and chairman of The Heritage Alliance Loyd Grossman says why government should reduce VAT on retrofits
19 November 2012
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has pledged £11.4million towards dRMM’s competition-winning proposal to revamp Hastings’ fire-damaged pier
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