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Work is nearing completion on a new timber studio in Essex by Piers Taylor’s practice Invisible Studio
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Toby Johnson of Haworth Tompkins and Neil Deely of Metropolitan Workshop speak about their plans to replace the Smithsons’ much-admired Robin Hood Gardens
Small projects are very often the stepping stones to bigger opportunities, yet it is important not to overlook their inherent value, says Alma-nac founder Chris Bryant
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23 October 2015Owen Pritchard
The AJ exclusively presents the ten shortlisted schemes in the Home of the Future competition.
28 June 2012
21 February 2011Merlin Fulcher
[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + PROJECT DATA] American giant HDR Architecture has completed this £60 million research centre for the University of Edinburgh in Scotland
22 March 2012
Kingspan Benchmark is proud to be joining forces with AJ on this ‘Sketch a façade’ competition
19 August 2013Felix Mara
Perseverance and a willingness to take risks underpins the best colour and texture design, but new products can be a catalyst, writes Felix Mara
1 February 2006
SPECIFIER'S CHOICE - THE PUBLIC
1 August 2012Kate Bowen
London-based architects RDA have completed a low budget, level 4 home on the Newhall development in Harlow, Essex.
6 March 2013Merlin Fulcher
The government has renewed support for offsite manufacture in a bid to ‘revolutionise’ housebuilding
20 March 2013Felix Mara
This year’s cladding and curtain walling overview focuses on frameless curtain walling, drawing on the expertise of structural and facade engineer Eckersley O’Callaghan, and looking at the technology of Apple Glass Cubes and Gorilla Glass
14 September 2012Richard Waite
White Arkitekter’s cultural centre on the end of Southend pier – the longest pier in the world – has opened to the public
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