Issue : July 2007
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Mega-mosque project still stuck in sidingsSubscription
Allies and Morrison’s East London mega-mosque is now two years behind schedule, with a planning application not expected until at least 2010
The North East's answer to Frank Lloyd Wright's 1930s masterpiece Fallingwater, which claims to be one of the UK's finest examples of 1970s architecture, has been put up for sale.
David Adjaye and Zaha Hadid are battling it out to design a new arts museum in Perm, Russia.
The Greater London Authority has unveiled its latest attempt to find new inner-city sites to develop following Prime Minister Gordon Brown's call for three million new homes by 2020.
Le Corbusier's unrealised Governor's Palace, the missing link in his masterplan for Chandigarh, India, finally looks set to be built - but not as originally intended.
Plymouth's much maligned Grade II-listed Civic Centre is at the centre of a safety storm after council officials warned that its heavy concrete cladding was in danger of falling off.
The unveiling of the winning design in the international contest to design the world's first Spaceport has been indefinitely postponed after a fatal rocket test pad explosion in California last Thursday (26 July).
The outcome of the public inquiry into Terry Farrell's rejected Founder's Place scheme for Guy's and St Thomas' in south London has been put back because of its possible impact on key London views.
RMJM and Ireland-based Taylor Architects have released these images of their 60 million euro (£40 million) engineering school for the National University of Ireland (NUI) in Galway.
Exhibition to mark Basil Spence centenarySubscription
Edinburgh's Dean Gallery will be holding an exhibition in the autumn to celebrate the centenary of Basil Spence's birth.