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Tom Fielden

  • 'Visionary' Bartlett prof takes over Greenwich

    22-Aug-2010

    Bartlett digital professor Neil Spiller has been appointed as the new head of the School of Architecture and Construction at the University of Greenwich
  • Archial's 'Glass Needle' skyscraper scrapped

    23-Jun-2010

    Ambitious plans by Archial and Urban Solutions for a 32-storey ‘Glass Needle’ skyscraper in Cardiff, Wales have been binned
  • Walters and Cohen wins Horniman green light

    22-Jun-2010

    Walters and Cohen has won planning permission for a new masterplan for the Grade II-listed Horniman Museum and Gardens in Forest Hill, South London.
  • Prince Charles' Chelsea Barracks role 'covered up'

    15-Jun-2010

    Witnesses ‘concocted an untrue story’ to cover up the influnce of the Prince of Wales and the Emir of Qatar in the cancellation of Richard Rogers’ Chelsea Barracks scheme, a High Court judge has been told
  • V&A's Small Spaces exhibition opens

    15-Jun-2010

    The museum has commissioned seven international architects at the forefront of experimental design to create their first built structures in the UK.
  • 5th Studio's Fatwalk gets planning consent

    15-Jun-2010

    5th Studio has landed unanimous approval from the London Thames Gateway Development Corporation Planning Committee for the first phase of its Olympic Park Fatwalk project
  • Sheppard Robson reveals regeneration plans

    15-Jun-2010

    Final proposals for Hammersmith town centre’s regeneration scheme have been unveiled by Sheppard Robson
  • ODA criticised over turbine

    11-Jun-2010

    Architects have questioned the Olympic Delivery Authority’s (ODA) decision to abandon a 130m-tall wind turbine at the Olympic Park
  • AOC bags planning for Spa School extension

    10-Jun-2010

    [FIRST LOOK + PLANS] AOC has landed planning for this extension to Spa School in Southwark, London
  • Gove backtracks in war of words with architects

    10-Jun-2010

    The war of words between architects and education secretary Michael Gove over the £55 billion Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme has taken another turn
  • Booming Holder Mathias seeks raft of architects

    9-Jun-2010

    Holder Mathias architects has announced it is recruiting seventeen architects and graduates at its London and Cardiff studios reflecting a return to profitable growth.
  • Ryder to design new £27m Halifax academy

    1-Jun-2010

    Ryder Architecture has been announced as the designers for the new £27 million Trinity Academy in Halifax, West Yorkshire
  • Obituary: Oliver Cox

    28-May-2010

    Oliver Cox, best known for his brilliantly designed primary schools in Hertfordshire, died last month aged 91
  • LOCOG picks up Forgotten Spaces entry

    27-May-2010

    The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) is set to carry out a feasibility survey of Artillery’s shortlisted entry ‘Plinth’
  • Spending cut threat to BSF projects

    21-May-2010

    Proposed Building Schools for the Future (BSF) projects are under threat from possible spending cuts, after the announcement of a comprehensive review by the coalition government.
  • Oldham drops out of RIBA presidency race

    21-May-2010

    Presidential candidate George Oldham has failed to meet the required number of nominations, leaving three remaining candidates in the contest.
  • Viennese victory for Sergison Bates

    20-May-2010

    [FIRST LOOK] Sergison Bates, together with German-based practice Werner Neuwirth and Swiss firm von Ballmoos Krucker Architekten, has won the Nordbanhof 2B housing competition in Vienna, Austria
  • Crusader Luder to 'ride again' at RIBA Council

    19-May-2010

    Former RIBA president Owen Luder has announced that he will stand in the forthcoming national council election following recent changes to the institution that he feels could ‘threaten the whole profession’
  • Greenpeace protest fortress unveiled

    17-May-2010

    Greenpeace has announced the winner of its contest to design a ‘fortress’ to occupy a plot of land destined for Heathrow’s ill-fated third runway
  • Four line up for RIBA presidency contest

    13-May-2010

    With the deadline for nominations less than a week away four candidates are battling for the next RIBA presidency: Angela Brady, George Oldham, Richard Parnaby and Roger Shrimplin
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