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Outgoing RIBA head of awards and Small Projects jury member Tony Chapman brings his own perspective to this year’s awards
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Paul Finch reflects on 21 years of the Small Projects Awards
Small projects are very often the stepping stones to bigger opportunities, yet it is important not to overlook their inherent value, says Alma-nac founder Chris Bryant
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16 July 2015Richard Waite, Laura Mark
The RIBA has announced the shortlist for the 2015 Stirling Prize
7 September 2015Richard Waite
MUMA’s extension to Manchester’s Whitworth Gallery has taken almost half the wagers on William Hill’s book for it to win the 2015 RIBA Stirling Prize
27 July 2015Richard Waite
AJ editor Rory Olcayto has been named as a judge for this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize
16 September 2015Laura Mark
Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands’ £9 million Foyles bookshop in central London has been named overall winner of this year’s Retrofit Awards
10 October 2013Richard Waite
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios picks up Prime Minister’s Award; Renzo Piano’s Shard and the Stirling Prize-shortlisted Edward King Chapel also among the BCIA 2013 winners
26 June 2013Richard Waite
The shortlist has been announced for the British Construction Industry Awards 2013
4 May 2012
The 284-strong shortlist of projects competing for prizes at this year’s World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards has been unveiled
17 August 2011Merlin Fulcher
The AJ can exclusively reveal the 284-strong shortlist of projects competing for prizes at this year’s World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards
11 October 2013Rakesh Ramchurn
Regeneration of the city centre has left the suburbs struggling to keep up. But the mayor and Chinese investment offer hope, writes Rakesh Ramchurn
12 March 2010
The AJ’s live blog from Europe’s biggest property fair – experience the sun-soaked La Croisette promenade, ‘property’ bunker, ‘illegal’ non-bunker action and the late night parties with MIPIM veterans, virgins and voyeurs
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