Issue : July 2011
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Contextual architecture abounds at the UCD show, says Stephen Best
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Unesco has attacked Chapman Taylor’s huge £5.5 billion Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme claiming it would cause ‘irreversible damage’ to the city
YRM nuclear plans pass planning hurdleSubscription
Plans for a £10 billion nuclear power station at Hinkley Point designed by YRM moved a step forward this week after EDF Energy secured permission for preparatory work at the site.
See images, drawings and data for 13 previous Stirling Prize winners - including projects by Foster, Hadid, Rogers, Alsop and Future Systems - in the AJ Buildings Library
RIBA to debate globalisationSubscription
The RIBA will attempt to grapple the big issues affecting architects on the global stage at its annual research symposium taking place this September
Hudson wins Jersey go-aheadSubscription
[First look + plans] Hudson Architects has won planning for a 544m2 home in St Ouen’s Bay, Jersey
Design Council chair Martin Temple has refuted criticism that Design Council CABE (DC CABE) is biased against traditional architecture, claiming the organisation has a ‘big tent’ approach to design
Populous has welcomed news that US conglomerate Dow Chemical is sponsoring construction of its £7 million Olympic Stadium wrap project
Ian Martin lunches with the balaclava-wearing Amy Blackwater