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Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) has drawn up plans for a 45 storey office and hotel building next to the Broadgate development in London
Leading novelists, cultural figures and architects are part of an ‘escalating backlash’ against Thomas Heatherwick’s proposed Garden Bridge
Interior design company Areen has bought a 60 per cent stake in transport and aviation specialists Pascall + Watson
Architects had to wait an average of 10 weeks to be paid in 2014 - an increase of 17 per cent on the last figures reported in 2008
Patel Taylor and John Thompson & Partners (JTP) have revealed plans for 374 new affordable homes as part of the fourth phase of the redevelopment of Battersea Power station
Paul Sandilands, Luke Schuberth and Ben Adams on what they, and the 450 other delegates, learned at this year’s BCO Conference in Chicago - the birthplace of the modern office
The winners of this year’s AJ Small Projects Award Carmody Groarke has unwrapped this temporary art gallery at Glyndebourne in East Sussex
Carmody Groarke’s plans to revamp and expand the grade II-listed Dorset County Museum have received a £10.3 million windfall from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF)
The final designs by the five firms vying for the job to regenerate Birmingham’s Centenary Square have gone on public display
Squire and Partners has won approval for this £367million housing scheme on the site of a former gasworks next to Battersea Power Station
- Eric Parry wins next phase of Chelsea Barracks
- Buckley Gray Yeoman submits plans for No1 Poultry revamp
- Revealed: winner in Olympicopolis competition
- Staff numbers up but turnover dips at Make
- Duggan Morris wins go-ahead for 'new concept for retirement living'
- Assemble and the Turner Prize: 'A rebuke to a profession that has sold its soul'
- Igloo reveals latest plans for Leeds' Holbeck Urban Village
- Finalists show off Sevenoaks civic centre proposals
- The election result shouldn't stop the profession getting involved
- Workplaces and the war for talent