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The Twentieth Century Society has told the AJ it will not call for Powell & Moya’s 1976 Museum of Building at the Barbican to be listed
Edinburgh-based Sutherland Hussey Architects has changed its name to recognise the contribution of long-term equity partner Colin Harris
Leading housing association Peabody has appointed Proctor and Matthews Architects to spearhead the massive regeneration of South Thamesmead in south-east London
The Museum of London has confirmed it intends to move out of its Powell & Moya-designed home at the Barbican and into empty buildings at Smithfield Market
Madrid-based SelgasCano has revealed its designs for this year’s Serpentine Pavilion
Catherine Slessor has left The Architectural Review (AR) after 23 years on the world’s leading monthly architecture magazine
Kingston Upon Thames council has thrown out Grafton Architects’ competition-winning scheme for a new ‘flagship building’ at Kingston University
Richard Rogers has described the government’s plans to ‘beef-up’ the architecture portfolio as ‘good news’ but has taken a swipe at the DCLG and Quinlan Terry and Rogers Scruton in the process
Steel manufacturer Severfield has revealed it has spent almost £1m on the programme of bolt replacement works at Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners’ (RSHP) Cheesegrater building
Plans to ‘revolutionise’ travel in the North of England have been unveiled by the government today, including a multi-billion-pound TransNorth rail network
- SOM reveals plans for new Egyptian capital
- Take two: LDS bags planning for reworked Crossrail development
- Government plans to 'beef-up' architecture portfolio
- Hodder: 'This uninspiring budget fails to tackle the housing crisis'
- Hodder wins planning for 322-home Birmingham tower scheme
- Planning approval for RSHP's contest-winning LSE scheme
- MIPIM: 10 things we learned
- Foster Lomas wins planning for circular 'future-proofed' home
- Farrell: ‘Garden Bridge is an indulgence’
- Stanton Williams wins go-ahead for Great Ormond Street Hospital job