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Students demand shorter courses as higher university fees take toll

25-Jul-2014 | By

Nearly two thirds of students believe architectural education lasts too long

architecture students

Applications to study architecture from overseas students rise

25-Jul-2014 | By

The number of applications from overseas students looking to study architecture in the UK has continued to rise now accounting for a third of the total

WINNER: Matthew Webb\'s Kennermerland Visitor Centre & Conservation Laboratory in the Netherlands

De Montfort student wins 2014 3DReid prize

24-Jul-2014 | By

A student from Leicester School of Architecture has won the 2014 3DReid Student Prize

RIBA AHR Stephen Williams Scholarship winner Chloe Anderson

London Met student wins RIBA part 2 scholarship

8-Jul-2014 | By

Architecture student Chloe Anderson has been awarded the 2014 RIBA AHR Stephen Williams Scholarship

Juan Montoliu Hernandez of the Architectural Association: CRISIS Architecture: Colonizing existing concrete structures

Revealed: finalists for 2014 RIBA President’s Awards for Research

3-Jul-2014 | By

Tonkin Lui, Baca Architects and past head of Sheffield School of Architecture Flora Samuel are among those in the running for this year’s President’s Awards for Research

Mac fire May 2014 - photograpgh by Gunnar Groves-Raines

UK government gives £5m to help restore Mac

27-Jun-2014 | By

The UK Treasury has pledged £5million towards the restoration of the fire-damaged Charles Rennie Mackintosh-designed Glasgow School of Art (GSA) building

The Hen Run at the Charles Rennie Mackintosh-designed Glasgow School of Art building

Mac alumni launch photographic archive

23-Jun-2014 | By

Alumni of the Glasgow School of Art have launched a site which hopes to crowdsource a photographic record of the Mac’s interior

Mac fire May 2014 - photograpgh by Gunnar Groves-Raines

Mac could cost £35m to repair

18-Jun-2014 | By

The cost of repairing the fire-damaged Charles Rennie Mackintosh-designed Glasgow School of Art (GSA) building could reach £35million, according to initial estimates

University of Strathclyde - the school of architecture\'s purpose built home (1967)

Architects urge Strathclyde to loan empty studios to GSA

13-Jun-2014 | By

Pressure is mounting on the University of Strathclyde to offer up its almost-empty, former school of architecture building as a temporary home for students from the fire-damaged Mac

student shows

Don't miss them: the full student shows 2014 listings

5-Jun-2014 | By

Full listings for this year’s student shows at all the UK schools of architecture

Graduates

Cambridge knocks Bartlett from top spot in architecture schools ranking

3-Jun-2014 | By

Cambridge University has knocked The Bartlett off the top spot in The Guardian’s annual league of architecture schools

BCO student comp

Revealed: ‘Next generation’ office contest winner

15-May-2014 | By

An undergraduate from the University of Nottingham has won the British Council for Offices (BCO) student competition to design the ‘next generation’ office space

2012 joint winner

Troldtekt Award 2014 opens for submissions

21-Mar-2014 | By Sean Kitchen

The Danish acoustic panel manufacturer Troldtekt has launched its 2014 student design contest

Graduates

RIBA student scholarship opens for entry

4-Mar-2014 | By

The RIBA has launched a £5,000 scholarship for final year Part 2 students

Studio teaching at the Centre for Alternative Technology

Don't miss it: What is the future of architectural education?

18-Feb-2014 | By

The Centre for Alternative Technology is set to host a Spring gathering to debate the future of architectural education

North Quay

Canary Wharf rethinks Pelli office scheme as part of resi drive

25-Jul-2014 | By Jim Dunton

Canary Wharf Group is considering a change of plan on a yet-to-be-built high-rise office scheme by Pelli Clarke Pelli, it has emerged.

Arena Island site in Bristol

Allies and Morrison appointed to Bristol's Arena Island

25-Jul-2014 | By Sean Kitchen

Allies and Morrison is to lead the ‘design vision’ for Bristol’s Arena Island - the future home for a £91million, 12,000-capacity horseshoe-shaped arena

Erno Goldfinger\'s Trellick Tower

Haworth Tompkins to design housing beneath Trellick Tower

25-Jul-2014 | By

Haworth Tompkins has been appointed to design a new housing scheme at the foot of Erno Goldfinger’s Trellick Tower

Powell Dobson Architects\' visions for Cardiff Central Station

Powell Dobson reveals vision for Cardiff Station

25-Jul-2014 | By

Powell Dobson Architects has revealed plans for the transformation of Cardiff’s Central Station

Invisible Skylines by vPPR Architects

Place: Light First – Invisible Skylines by vPPR Architects

25-Jul-2014

The fifth of the AJ/iGuzzini Place: Light First proposals imagines a radical answer to the current concerns about the impact tall buildings are having on London’s skyline

WINNER: Matthew Webb\'s Kennermerland Visitor Centre & Conservation Laboratory in the Netherlands

De Montfort student wins 2014 3DReid prize

24-Jul-2014 | By

A student from Leicester School of Architecture has won the 2014 3DReid Student Prize

Silvertown

Fletcher Priest’s £3.5bn Silvertown Quays goes in for planning

24-Jul-2014 | By Jim Dunton

Proposals to create an ‘innovation quarter’ with 3,000 new homes and a purpose-built showcase space for leading brands at east London’s Royal Docks have been submitted to Newham Council.

Hopkins\' designs for a new research centre at London\'s Royal Free Hospital

Hopkins designs £42m research building for Royal Free Hospital

24-Jul-2014 | By

Hopkins Architects has revealed designs for a new research building at the Royal Free Hospital in north London

The cathedral in Christchurch following the earthquake

Contest opens for Christchurch earthquake memorial

24-Jul-2014 | By

An international design competition has been launched for a £3.5 million memorial to the 185 victims of the Christchurch earthquake

Alison Brooks Architects\' proposal for Peabody\'s Archway site

Revealed: Peabody names new major projects panel

24-Jul-2014 | By

Architects including 2014 Stirling Prize-shortlisted practices Haworth Tompkins and Mecanoo among nine named to deliver 5,000 new homes

Eric Parry Architects\' scheme for Birmingham\'s Paradise Circus

Parry wins contest for major building at Birmingham’s Paradise Circus

24-Jul-2014 | By

Eric Parry Architects has won the competition to design a key building in the first phase of Birmingham’s Paradise Circus redevelopment

Brandon Lewis

New housing minister: ‘We must maintain momentum on housebuilding’

24-Jul-2014 | By

In his first interview since becoming the new joint planning and housing minister, Brandon Lewis talks about his role, council housebuilding and what can be learned from Stirling Prize-winning schemes