Issue : April 2013
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RIBA reveals Wren Scholarships winnersSubscription
The five winners of this year’s Wren Insurance Association Scholarships for Part 2 architecture students have been announced.
Join the AJ for a free talk and panel discussion with the winners of this year’s AJ Women in Architecture Awards
Speaking at the inaugural George Henderson Memorial Lecture at UCL, Bill Bordass cited the need for better building performance feedback loops to impact policy
Ideas comp for resilient cities launchesSubscription
ONE PRIZE 2013, an annual science and design award to promote green design in cities has opened for entries
Inspired by their founder the late Howard Liddell the Scottish Ecological Design Association has moved on from discussions of carbon and energy in sustainable architecture
Sophie Thomas, co-director of design at the Royal Society of Arts, advocates a circular economy in her Great Recovery Project
Speaking at a UCL masterclass Bill Bordass and Adrian Leaman said good buildings are simple, smart and well-managed
Updated platform is easier to use and facilitates data analysis
Cambridge student Tom Haworth looks at how the fens can integrate urban expansion with ecology
View from the stalls: Chris Stewart of Collective Architecture reports on the RIAS 2013 Convention in Strathpeffer, titled ‘Big World – Wee Scotland’ in the last of a series of posts by attendees