Issue : September 2007
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With just one week to go before the Stirling Prize is awarded, bookie William Hill has placed David Chipperfield’s America’s Cup building as the favourite.
Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands’ Doon Street tower in south London has been called in by Communities Secretary Hazel Blears.
Urban Splash has selected 20 designs for its ‘Tutti Frutti’ terraced street in New Islington, Manchester.
Ex-BP chief Lord Browne joins Foster + Partners Subscription
Foster + Partners has claimed it has pulled off a ‘real coup’
Prime Minister doubles his 'Brown Town' pledgeSubscription
Gordon Brown has announced that he will double an earlier pledge to build five new 'eco-towns'.
These are the first images of Foster & Partners' proposed revamp and extension of Barcelona FC's world-famous Nou Camp stadium.
Floating homes could become a prominent fixture along the River Clyde in Scotland, if new proposals by a Scottish designer are adopted.
After a 16-year wait, a derelict church in Gateshead designed by 19th-century Neo-Classicist architect John Dobson finally looks set to be redeveloped.
Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) chiefs have given Eric Parry a major boost by allowing the architect more time to push his controversial Holburne Museum extension through planning.
The NHS is on the hunt for an architect to transform the infamous Brutalist tower of Guy's Hospital in London into an 'architecturally iconic' building.