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Work is nearing completion on a new timber studio in Essex by Piers Taylor’s practice Invisible Studio
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Toby Johnson of Haworth Tompkins and Neil Deely of Metropolitan Workshop speak about their plans to replace the Smithsons’ much-admired Robin Hood Gardens
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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28 May 2009
Images from the AJ100 dinner held on 27 May at the East Wintergarden in Canary Wharf
4 July 2012
The London Festival of Architecture 2012 runs from 23 June to 8 July – post your top picks and memories of the event here
11 December 2008
The AJ launches its annual survey of Britain’s largest architectural practices – plus a new-look set of awards
8 April 2009
The Architects’ Journal has revealed the shortlist for its much-coveted AJ100 Awards 2009, the definitive list of the UK’s top 100 architectural firms
15 May 2008
See images from the 2008 AJ100 awards party, held at the East Wintergarden, Canary Wharf, London, on 14 May.
22 January 2009
The AJ is seeking nominations from readers for the individual who has made the greatest contribution to architecture
4 February 2008
Up to seven winners will be recognized at an awards ceremony and dinner at the conclusion of the FT ULI Sustainable Cities conference at the East Wintergarden, Canary Wharf, London, UK, on June 16, 2008.
14 May 2008Max Thompson
For the eighth year in a row, BDP has taken pole position in the AJ100 – the definitive list of the UK’s biggest architecture firms.
15 May 2008Max Thompson
Architecture minister Margaret Hodge has challenged architects to ‘focus on the UK’s existing building stock.’
9 July 2009Merlin Fulcher
Full transcript of speech by Paul Burgess, a director of British Land, delivered at the AJ100 Breakfast Club, Claridges, London 8 July 2009
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