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Architects Journal
Peter Murray

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  • Peter Murray: We need a Skyline Commission


    A Skyline Commission would ensure an holistic view of tall building development in the capital, says Peter Murray
  • Murray: 'There are more clients per m² at MIPIM than anywhere in the world'


    Peter Murray explains why MIPIM is still the place to be to meet clients but warns that competition is increasing in the race to land for the ‘next big job’
  • Closing the gap


    As this year’s London Festival of Architecture draws to a close, founder and organiser Peter Murray explains the role the event plays in bringing the profession and the public together
  • Exclusive extract of 'A Passion to Build' by Peter Murray


    Read chapter 2 of Peter Murray’s archtectural bonkbuster
  • MIPIM 2010: It's all about the cities


    Despite what you may have heard, MIPIM is not a property exhibition, it’s a city exhibition says Peter Murray
  • Monica Pidgeon (1913 - 2009)


    Peter Murray remembers Monica Pidgeon, editor of Architectural Design for 30 years, who died last week at the age of 95
  • Don't miss out on MIPIM


    The Cannes summit reminds us that when the going gets tough, the tough get networking
  • Greening the offices of the future


    The British Council for Offices grappled with controversy over its selection of speakers and issues of sustainability at its annual conference in Edinburgh, writes Peter Murray
  • Full of eastern promise


    London Docklands celebrated 20 years since its inception with a key conference last week looking to the future, planning and essential new transport links. Peter Murray reports
  • Breaking down cultural walls


    Britons should look to Berlin and heed the lessons of its remarkable transformation, as delegates to the BCO's annual conference discovered. Peter Murray reports
  • Going up down under: the future of skyscrapers


    Melbourne in Australia played host to a conference last week on a subject which many consider will be at the forefront of architecture for years to come - tall buildings. Peter Murray was there for the AJ
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