Issue : August 2010
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The Landscaping of 151 Rosebery Avenue by John McAslan + Partners, Windrush Square by Gross Max and Ebbw Vale Vertical Garden by Lianne Russ and Philip Henshaw are analysed by the experts.
London mayor Boris Johnson has stepped in over Bennetts Associates’ contentious plans to redevelop the London Fruit and Wool Exchange site next to Spitalfields Market in London
Poole Council’s planning committee has refused planning permission for HKR Architects’ £100 million West Quay scheme, going against the recommendations of its own planning officers
In pictures: the completed 2012 basketball arena Subscription
Work has finished on the 2012 Olympics Basketball Arena designed by Sinclair Knight Merz, Wilkinson Eyre and KSS
Campaigners have welcomed Camden Council’s decision to reject plans to demolish two Spence + Webster-designed bungalows in north London
Norman Foster has beaten OMA to win the right to design Hong Kong’s new £1.7 billion West Kowloon cultural hub.
FaulknerBrowns Architects has released these images of its £31 million Olympic whitewater canoe centre
Rogers' reworks Sydney Harbour scheme Subscription
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSH+P) has trimmed down and ‘refined’ its £3.5 billion regeneration of the Barangaroo district of Sydney Harbour
eVolo Skyscraper CompetitionSubscription
The deadline looms in the annual eVolo Skyscraper Competition which is open to both students and architects
Bust BURA back under new nameSubscription
The British Urban Regeneration Association (BURA) has been relaunched under a new name just weeks after going into voluntary liquidation