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Astudio has submitted plans for the redevelopment of a 1980s office block in the City of London
Gareth Hoskins Architects has won planning for two new health centres in Lothian, Scotland
A new series on radical architects begins with Seville-based ‘guerrilla’ Santiago Cirugeda who reclaims unused or abandoned spaces for community-focused interventions
The latest in a series of practice profiles looking at architects who have recently decided to go it alone
Stalled plans for a 18-storey office block in Manchester have been brought back to life by 5plus Architects - as a 28-storey residential tower
Duggan Morris Architects has won permission to remodel a grade II-listed house designed by leading, post-war school architects David and Mary Medd
Last weekend a gaggle of leading architects sketched the City of London as part of Article 25’s annual 10x10 Drawing the City event
Architect Julie Fulcher, a member of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers, on the effects skyscrapers have on energy use in cities
[FIRST LOOK + PROJECT DATA] Pitman Tozer has completed the conversion of a grade I-listed boarding house into a sixth form centre
BuckleyGrayYeoman (BGY) has completed a £30million redevelopment of Burberry’s former textile factory in Hackney.
Open House London (OHL) has revealed its full programme of buildings and events
Stirling Prize-winner Stanton Williams and Piercy & Company are designing two new schemes in London’s West End, the AJ can reveal
Former planning minister Nick Boles has taken on a new departmental responsiblity for construction within the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills.
An overview of the products, seminars and new installations at this year’s design event
Work on AHMM’s refurbishment of the grade II-listed One King William Street in The City is set to start later this month
Lord Rogers, David Adjaye, Zaha Hadid – who would you most like to invite to a party?
Wilkinson Eyre has revealed the first images of its proposed Carlsberg visitor attraction project in Copenhagen, Denmark
The AJ interviews Dan Davies, series producer of Rebel Architecture, on what makes a rebel architect and the social and economic challenges they face
A huge new truck lift within Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners’ recently completed British Museum extension is still not fully operational, despite the galleries and offices having already been handed over
[FIRST LOOK + PLANS] Roz Barr Architects has won planning for this live-work unit in Hackney, East London after a lengthy planning battle
The Bank of Russia has unveiled a commemorative 100 rouble note that features Populous’ 2014 Winter Olympic main stadium
In his latest review for the Observer Rowan Moore draws attention to the amusing name one of the world’s most well-known young architects has chosen for his website
A third of AJ reader’s want Hawkins\Brown’s Brutalist housing project to win the Stirling Prize
Among the artefacts at the Royal Academy’s exhibition focusing on the work of Richard Rogers is the starchitect’s scathing 1958 school report from the Architectural Association
Miserable news from the North West. Hodder Associates’ award-winning Berners Pool in Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, will finally be demolished this year
Multiply-bespectacled architect Rafael Viñoly has been swanning about in New York claiming that his slender 432 Park Avenue apartment skyscraper will be the tallest in Manhattan.
Last month University College London walked away from controversial plans to build a £1 billion campus on the 9-hectare Carpenters Estate site, overlooking the former Olympic Park in Stratford
The ‘old-style seated dinner’ at the annual Stirling Prize shindig has bitten the dust
Richard Rogers’ Lloyd’s building in London is reportedly in line to be sold for nearly £260 million
Sad news - the Helter Skelter as we once knew it is officially no more
The AJ invites architects to sketch their own extension to the Southbank centre
AJ readers believe it is time David Chipperfield won the Pritzker Prize, according to an online survey