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Meier Taiwan

Meier starts work on pair of Taiwan towers


Richard Meier and Partners has begun work on a two residential towers in Taiwan

Burwell Deakins' lower refectory proposals

UCL wins planning for £9.3m overhaul


Levitt Bernstein and Burwell Deakins have won planning to transform a refectory and service yard at UCL into a new social space

Circle Housing's Orchard Village

Circle Housing picks 24 architects


More than 20 architects including PRP, HTA Design, JM Architects, PCKO and Levitt Bernstein have won places on a housing framework agreement set to deliver 6,000 new homes over the next five years

Everyman Theatre by Haworth Tompkins

'Major surprise': bookies clean up after Everyman's RIBA Stirling Prize victory


Bookmaker William Hill has admitted last night’s RIBA Stirling Prize victory for Haworth Tompkins’ Everyman Theatre was a ‘great result’

Haworth Tompkins picks up the Stirling Prize for the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool

Stirling Prize 2014: the profession reacts


The industry reacts to the news that Haworth Tompkins’ ‘daring and bold’ Everyman Theatre in Liverpool has won the this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize

New homes

Lyons Housing Review backs key Farrell proposal


An eagerly-awaited report on the nation’s housing crisis has given its backing to a key Farrell Review proposal on urban design.


In pictures: The AJ's Architecture Tomorrow exhibition at MIPIM


These are the first photographs of the AJ’s Architecture Tomorrow exhibition at the inaugural MIPIM UK

Library of Birmingham by Mecanoo

Mecanoo’s Library of Birmingham tops AJ reader Stirling Prize poll


The AJ’s readers are backing Mecanoo’s Library of Birmingham to win the RIBA Stirling Prize 2014 tonight (16 October)


John Pardey reveals Lutyens inspired house


John Pardey Architects has submitted plans under the country house clause for this 1,430m² home in rural Surrey

25 - 33 Berners Street by Derwent

Derwent London wins planning to replace early Seifert building


Derwent London has won planning permission to demolish an early building by Seifert & Partners and replace it with a 9,755m2 mixed use scheme Piercy & Co

Maria Smith

Niall McLaughlin and Maria Smith to speak at AJ Small Projects Awards launch


Niall McLaughlin and Maria Smith will be speaking at an event to launch this year’s AJ Small Projects Awards on the 29 October

Croydon 2020

Croydon 2020: images of changing skyline revealed


Images have been revealed showing how the London Borough of Croydon is set to change over the next six years


Mobile Studio reveals King's College pop-up


Mobile Studio Architects’ pop-up ‘folly’ for the Arts & Humanities Festival at King’s College London (KCL) has opened today (15 October)

The Nandor Hidegkuti Stadium in Budapest

AZPML vying for Budapest stadium overhaul


Alejandro Zaera-Polo’s practice AZPML is among twelve teams shortlisted to regenerate the Nandor Hidegkuti Stadium in Budapest

Rafael Viñoly’s 432 Park Avenue skyscraper in New York

Viñoly tops out Western Hemisphere’s tallest residential building


Rafael Viñoly’s 432 Park Avenue skyscraper in New York has reached its full height of 425 metres

William Lyttle's former home in Hackney

Adjaye lodges plans for 'Mole Man' house


David Adjaye-designed proposals to rebuild a north London home that previously belonged to a notorious amateur tunneler have been submited for planning

Osbourne House

Gov't ‘to push ahead’ with English Heritage breakup


The government has confirmed it will split English Heritage into two new organisations, despite fears over funding and remits for the new bodies

Restored interior of the Grade II* listed Fitzrovia Chapel by conservation architects Caroe & Partners.

Grade II* Fitzrovia Chapel 'a major challenge to restore'


Caroe & Partners’ project architect Touseer Ahmad speaks to the AJ about his work on the refurbishment of the Grade II* listed Fitzrovia Chapel

Pasila in Helsinki. Image by JP Karna

Helsinki announces skyscraper design contest


Helsinki is planning a design and build competition for a series of city centre skyscrapers

Burd Haward Mottisfont

Burd Haward reveals contest-winning Mottisfont Abbey scheme


Burd Haward has revealed this competition-winning design for a new visitor centre at the National Trust’s Mottisfont Abbey in Hampshire


Viollet-le-Duc's birthday honoured with Google Doodle


Google celebrated the 200th anniversary of Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc’s birthday today (27 Janaury) with a gothic revival adaptation of their logo

Garden Bridge

Lords brand Heatherwick's garden bridge 'BoJo vanity project'


The government’s pledge to stump up £30m towards the cost of Thomas Heatherwick’s proposed Garden Bridge across the Thames has, it seems, not been well received in the other ‘House’.


Bang on the money: Populous' Sochi Olympic stadium appears on 100 rouble note


The Bank of Russia has unveiled a commemorative 100 rouble note that features Populous’ 2014 Winter Olympic main stadium


Who’s got the BIGest…


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

Park Hill

Profession backs Park Hill to win 2013 Stirling Prize


A third of AJ reader’s want Hawkins\Brown’s Brutalist housing project to win the Stirling Prize

Richard Rogers' AA report

Rogers the no-hoper


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

Hodder Grange over Sands

Council belly-flop


Miserable news from the North West. Hodder Associates’ award-winning Berners Pool in Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, will finally be demolished this year


Dizzying heights


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.

UCL's proposed new campus in east London

UCL looks east


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


All rise for the Stirling Prize


The ‘old-style seated dinner’ at the annual Stirling Prize shindig has bitten the dust

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners' 1986 Lloyd's Building in London. Image by Martin Charles

Rogers' Lloyd’s building set for £260m sale


Richard Rogers’ Lloyd’s building in London is reportedly in line to be sold for nearly £260 million


Bye bye Helter Skelter - Pinnacle to be redesigned


Sad news - the Helter Skelter as we once knew it is officially no more

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