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RIBA Stirling Prize 2012

New Court, Rothschild Bank headquarters, London, by OMA

New Court, Rothschild Bank headquarters, London, by OMA

2-Feb-2012

Visible/invisible, public/private, iconic/bland: OMA’s Rothschild Bank is simultaneously contradictory, but pulls it off, writes Rory Olcayto

Maggie's Centre, Gartnavel Hospital, Glasgow by OMA

Maggie's Centre, Gartnavel Hospital, Glasgow by OMA

20-Oct-2011

Rem Koolhaas has typically broken with convention with his doughnut-shaped, non-cosy Maggie’s Centre. And where’s the kitchen? Rory Olcayto goes on a walk

Sainsbury Laboratory, Cambridge by Stanton Williams

Sainsbury Laboratory, Cambridge by Stanton Williams

21-Jul-2011

Charles Darwin’s theories of reconciling nature and thought were the inspiration for Stanton Williams’ Sainsbury Laboratory at Cambridge University, writes Felix Mara. Photography by Hufton + Crow

Hepworth Wakefield, by David Chipperfield Architects

Hepworth Wakefield, by David Chipperfield Architects

2-Jun-2011

David Chipperfield’s bold, striking and singular Hepworth Wakefield gallery will win the favour of the public, predicts Joseph Rykwert. Photography by Iwan Baan

On the field of play in the 2012 Olympic stadium looking south

The Olympic Stadium, London, by Populous

7-Apr-2011

An AJ exclusive: the first building study on Populous’ 2012 London Games showpiece. Populous’ London 2012 Olympic Stadium works beautifully and, on an architectural level, goes beyond problem-solving, writes Felix Mara. Photography by Morley von Sternberg

Lyric Theatre, Belfast, by O'Donnell + Tuomey

Lyric Theatre by O’Donnell + Tuomey

1-Mar-2011

Seen from the river, the new theatre is expressed as crystalline forms in a parkland

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The Hellman Files

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Stanton Williams' Hackney Marshes Centre in London. Image by Hufton + Crow

Debate: British Architecture Now - what do the 2012 RIBA Awards tell us?

29-Jun-2012

The AJ will be hosting an evening of discussion and debate about the state of contemporary British architecture following the announcement of this year’s RIBA Awards

Stanton Williams' Hackney Marshes Centre in London. Image by Hufton + Crow

RIBA Award winners 2012 + analysis

21-Jun-2012

Our RIBA Awards special offers a picture of UK architecture today, says Christine Murray

Wexford County Council headquarters, Ireland by Robin Lee Architecture

Rory Olcayto: 'These six buildings should make the Stirling shortlist'

21-Jun-2012

These six buildings should make the Stirling shortlist. Why? Just because, writes Rory Olcayto

Central Saint Martins by Stanton Williams

How the RIBA Awards 2012 were judged

21-Jun-2012

Rory Olcayto explains how this year’s 50 RIBA Award-winning projects were selected

David Chipperfield's Turner contemporary

Sapa Building System technical essay: Felix Mara on award-winning envelope design

21-Jun-2012

[The Sapa Building System technical essay, RIBA Awards 2012] More than the plan, more than the section, and even more than form, the envelope is central to how a building communicates, writes Felix Mara

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