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School design and school architecture

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Swan Heights in Reading

Planning officers savage Robert Adam’s Reading towers

A trio of classically-inspired residential towers proposed for a site in Reading have been recommended for refusal by borough planners

Swan Heights in Reading

Adam defends contentious Classical tower proposals in Reading

Robert Adam has defended his plans for a trio of towers in Reading which he hopes will revive a tradition of Classically designed skycrapers.

NIMBY

Architecture Tomorrow - Housing

With Architecture Tomorrow now open for entries, architect-developer Crispin Kelly kicks off AJ’s expert viewpoint series, arguing in favour of community-led housing plans.

Brunswick Centre

Inspiring housing #6: David Lomax on the Brunswick Centre

[More Homes Better Homes] Patrick Hodgkinson’s 1972 Brunswick Centre was a ‘Big Idea’, says Waugh Thistleton Architects’ David Lomax

Churchill Gardens Powell and Moya

Inspiring housing #5: Luke Tozer on Churchill Gardens

[More Homes Better Homes] Pitman Tozer’s Luke Tozer tells the AJ why the government should learn from the ‘elegance and efficiency’ of Powell & Moya’s Churchill Gardens

Panter Hudspith Bear Lane

Inspiring housing #4: Sally Lewis on Bear Lane

[More Homes Better Homes] Stitch Studio founder Sally Lewis tells the AJ why Panter Hudspith’s Bear Lane is an exemplar housing scheme

Barbican

Inspiring housing #4: Christopher Ash on the Barbican

[More Homes Better Homes] The Barbican should be an inspiration for high-rise high-density living, says Project Orange’s Christopher Ash

Thamesmead

Don't repeat the mistakes of the past at Thamesmead

Peabody has the opportunity to remedy a pitiful mess at its development in?Thamesmead but will it take it? asked militant modernist Owen Hatherley

Elder and Cannon City Mission

Inspiring housing #3: Jude Barber on City Mission

[More Homes Better Homes] Collective Architecture’s Jude Barber tells the AJ why the government should learn from Elder and Cannon’s ‘gateway to housing’

Accordia

Inspiring housing #2: Meredith Bowles on Accordia

[More Homes Better Homes] Mole Architects’ Meredith Bowles tells the AJ why the Stirling Prize-winning Accordia scheme in Cambridge was so successful

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