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The creation of these separate office and residential blocks on London’s Victoria Street restores some character to what had become a bland and alienating business district
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Ian Martin witnesses a sinister, winged briefing
Next month’s annual property fair in Cannes may be only tangentially related to architecture, but plenty of architects regard it as invaluable. We asked them why they go – or don’t go
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18 March, 2013
Today’s green news: Pocket parks initiative transforms London’s neglected spaces
Anti-wind lobbying found to cause ‘wind farm sickness’, in The Guardian.
Government launches sustainable transport plan, here.
Energy industry has little confidence that UK will meet its renewables targets, on Business Green.
And finally… Work begins on first London Mayor’s first pocket parks, here.
15 March 2013ajsustainability
Today’s green news: HOK’s £1.7 billion masterplan for Istanbul’s financial district begins construction
8 November 2006RW
Zaha Hadid is the only British-based architect still in the running to transform a 7km-long riverbank plot in New Orleans - part of a multi-billion pound programme to rebuild the hurricane-hit city.
25 September 2006RW
Some of the biggest names in architecture, including Norman Foster, have been invited to help transform a key 7km-long river bank as part of the rebirth of flood-hit New Orleans.
12 October 2012Angeles Hevia
Greening Southwark’s public realm
27 June 2013Merlin Fulcher
Architects have raised doubts over the potential impact of Scotland’s new architecture policy, despite its promise to embed design quality in the planning and procurement systems
14 May 2013Laura Mark
Today’s green news: Essex landfill site transformed into nature reserve opens
18 July 2013Laura Mark
Undelivered city centre schemes and attempts to block out-of-town developments are hampering Sheffield’s regeneration, writes Laura Mark
4 April 2012Hattie Hartman
Today’s green news: Luke Jerram’s Aeolus - acoustic wind pavilion, on display in Canary Wharf
12 June 2012ajsustainability
Today’s green news: ‘World’s largest solar park’ captured by satellite
4 June 2013Rory Olcayto
Rory Olcayto looks at why the proposed redevelopment of Gezi Park in Istanbul has provoked such strong reactions
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