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Westminster planning committee has failed to make a decision on controversial proposals to convert Transport for London’s (TfL) grade I-listed office block into flats
Hawkins\Brown has completed the overhaul of The City of London Freemen’s School in Ashtead, Surrey
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Tate Harmer is set to transform the shaft at the entrance to Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s Thames Tunnel Rotherhithe into a performance space
Outline proposals for a new ‘innovation quarter’ including 3,000 new homes within east London’s Royal Docks were last night given the thumbs up by Newham Council
The proportion of construction firms using BIM has dropped by six percentage points over the past 12 months, according to this year’s NBS National BIM Survey
Architype, Arup Associates and Haworth Tompkins have been named on a six-strong shortlist of firms vying for the AJ120 Sustainable Practice of the Year award
Efforts to rebuild the Euston Arch have been stepped up with a new outdoor exhibition of stones from the Victorian edifice
A judge has overturned a ruling refusing resident Michael Ball the right to challenge Lambeth Council’s decision to approve Thomas Heatherwick’s controversial Garden Bridge
Cottrell and Vermeulen has won planning for this new-build school and nursery in Peckham Rye, London
The restoration of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow School of Art will require the production of 1,100 drawings and 20 hand-made models, the architect tasked with the challenge has revealed
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCBS) has been given the green light for its regeneration of a 1970s housing estate in West Ealing, London
The eight ‘winners’ in the ideas competition seeking ‘bold and thoughtful’ alternatives to Helsinki’s new Guggenheim Museum have been unveiled
Work is set to begin on Foster + Partners’ new £6million Maggie’s cancer care centre in Manchester
Eight companies have made this year’s shortlist for AJ120 Practice of the Year award
The National Wildflower Centre in Knowsley has shortlisted three firms in the contest to design its new masterplan having mothballed plans for a more expensive ‘architecturally striking’ complex
The Danish Architects’ Association has launched a design competition for a £7.5 million visitor centre next to the ancient Trelleborg Viking fort at Slagelse
Robert Adam has defended his plans for a trio of towers in Reading which he hopes will revive a tradition of Classically designed skycrapers.
[FIRST LOOK + PLANS] Populous has unveiled plans to regenerate the Tavern and Allen Stands at Lord’s cricket ground in west London
The Chilean president has given the go-ahead for the construction of a chapel designed by Antoni Gaudí in 1922
The producers of the new James Bond film have been refused permission to film in the Welsh Senedd building, designed by Richard Rogers.
Frank Gehry’s 1987 Winton Guest House is set to go up for auction in Chicago, and could fetch up to $1.5 million, but the successful bidder will have to transport it to a new location.
One of the Grimshaw-designed Hi-Tech flats in Camden has gone up for sale with a price tag of £650,000
Last week the winners of the 2015 Civic Trust Awards were revealed at a glitzy ceremony at Shakespeare’s Globe in London
TfL may have only given Wilkinson Eyre three out of five for bridge-design experience, but Thomas Heatherwick has yet to have one of his creations featured on a stamp.
With today’s top dogs facing poisoning attempts, they need a bit of comfort, and one lucky pampered pooch will soon be settling into its very own ‘small project’, courtesy of Samsung
Jonathan Meades to feature on more walls
Double celebration at the BT Tower as its marks half century
Has Jonathan Meades becomes a muse for street artists?
Crowd funded legal challenge for the garden bridge
A disused Christopher Wren church tower gets second life