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A new, feasibility study has made the case for an £88 million bridge across the Thames connecting Rotherhithe with Canary Wharf
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has rubberstamped Populous’s plans to regenerate the Tavern and Allen Stands at Lord’s cricket ground in west London
AJ120 practice ADP has opened an office in Edinburgh after winning jobs at two of the city’s main universities
UN Studio’s new terminal at Arnhem Central Station in the Netherlands has finally opened to the public
The Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art Foundation has launched an invited international competition for a new £21 million museum in Riga
Maccreanor Lavington Architects has submitted plans for this 239 home double tower scheme in Wembley, north London
Alison Brooks Architects and Pollard Thomas Edwards have been given the green light for 240-homes as part of the North West Cambridge development
Cambridgeshire County Council has approved this foot and cycle bridge over the River Cam, designed by bridge specialist Knight Architects
Foster and Partners has completed a new Apple Store in Dubai – its third retail commission for the world’s largest publically traded company
REX has been chosen to design the new Performing Arts Centre (PAC) at the World Trade Centre (WTC) in New York – one year after earlier plans by Frank Gehry were abandoned
RIBA’s London Region has announced a design competition for a £25,000 series of market stalls at Chrisp Street Market in Poplar
Architect says airport will ‘never accommodate long-term needs’ as he defends the sustainability of his Thames Hub airport and other major infrastructure schemes
Vanessa Lee, a Part 2 graduate at BuckleyGrayYeoman, has won the inaugural AJ/Curtins Inspiring graduate prize
Peabody chairman Bob Kerslake has stressed the importance of good design in tackling the housing crisis and renewed his criticisms of the government’s Right to Buy extension
Chris Dyson Architects has won planning for a new park café in Crystal Palace park, South London
Newly released figures show that some authorities are significantly more like to give the green light to your planning application than others
Growth in the housing construction market has been at a standstill since the middle of last year, according to the Office for National Statistics
Sergison Bates has won an international competition to design housing on two neighbouring sites in Zurich
New images have been unveiled of a proposed 57-home apartment block overlooking New York’s Bryant Park, designed by David Chipperfield Architects
The 30-year saga surrounding the future of a landmark former fire station in Manchester looks to be at an end following its sale to developer Allied London
One of the protesters involved in last weekend’s much-reported attack on a breakfast cereal café in London’s Shoreditch is not unknown to the AJ’s readers.
Michael Bloomberg has said that Norman Foster was the only architect he considered for Bloomberg’s new European HQ in the City ofLondon.
Solving London’s housing crisis has perhaps been over-complicated, ventures engineer Alan Baxter, who has ‘a somewhat draconian’ proposal: no bed in the capital should contain fewer than two people.
City livery company the Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects enjoyed a shindig last week the RIBA would have struggled to match.
Those with an eye on London’s West End property market may have noticed that Facebook had finally settled on a new home in Make’s £350 million Rathbone Place scheme.
Back in March the Museum of London announced it intended to move out of its Powell & Moya-designed home at the Barbican and into buildings at Smithfield Market
Hilde Schramm, the daughter of Hitler’s architect Albert Speer is helping Syrian refugees fleeing the country’s civil war, it has emerged.
Jeremy Corbyn’s new shadow cabinet, unveiled this week, may have come under fire from the media, but his choices do reinforce the idea that Labour’s new leader is interested in design and place.
More than two thirds of existing jobs in the UK are at ‘high risk’ of computerisation and robotic automation over the next 20 years, according to a study by researchers at Deloitte and Oxford University.
A New Zealand architect has two of his designs among the final proposals competing to be his country’s new flag.
The prospect of cycling along the Thames on an eight-mile-long floating path could be a step closer. Next month the team behind the scheme is set to launch a crowdfunding campaign to fund the Thames Deckway’s feasibility stage.
A building that forms the focal point of the Ruhrtriennale arts festival in Bochum, Germany has been ridiculed for resembling a couple having sex.