Richard is the longest serving news journalist in the business and has been with the AJ since 2004. An expert in his field, Richard has judged design contests, broken internationally significant news and has seen his articles translated into the European press.
His stories have also been as used as evidence in public inquiries. Richard is actively involved in social media with thousands of Linkedin connections and followers on Twitter.
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Conservation specialist Andrew Salter has joined Northern Irish architect Alan Jones and HTA’s Ben Derbyshire in the race to become the next president of the RIBA
The finalists battling it out for this year’s British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA) have been revrealed
Work starts on Viñoly's Marble Arch Tower schemeSubscription
Construction has started on plans by Rafael Viñoly for a £450 million redevelopment of the 1960s Marble Arch Tower in London’s West End
Architects have less than a month to enter the competition to design a resilient flood-proof house launched as part of this year’s British Homes Awards
Apple has opened the doors on its new Foster + Partners-designed store in Union Square, San Francisco – a scheme billed as a model for all the IT giant’s ’future projects worldwide’
Construction has started on the transformation of Scarborough’s Grade II-listed Market Hall into a ‘retail theatre’ for independent small business and new start-ups
Alan Jones joins race for RIBA presidencySubscription
Northern Irish architect announces intention to stand for RIBA president as Elsie Owusu hits out at election process
The message from this year’s British Council of Offices conference is that innovation in workplace design still lags behind the nimbleness of today’s technology, says Richard Waite
The AJ asked leading architects to report on the British Council of Offices (BCO) conference, held this year in Amsterdam, and about the future direction of the workplace
NEWS FEATURE: Key industry figures say they are disappointed by new visuals of Elizabeth line stations, writes Laura Mark