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Architects Journal

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  • A class show at the biennale - images


    Changing London Schools, an exhibition organised by the Architecture Foundation and backed by the AJ as part of the London Architecture Biennale, opens this Saturday (17 June).
  • Kahn's Kimbell masterpiece set to grow


    Louis Kahn's iconic Kimbell Art Museum is set to expand, with a planned companion structure to be sited close to the original building in Fort Worth, Texas.
  • Bauman Lyons starts on site in Barnsley - images


    Barnsley's £10 million digital media centre is set to go on site. Construction of the 4,000m 2complex, designed by Leeds-based practice Bauman Lyons, will start on 15 May.
  • EH in last-ditch effort to kill off Carey Jones project


    Conservationists have panned a mixed-use canalside Carey Jones Architects scheme in Leeds, in a last-ditch bid to kill off the scheme.
  • Scottish CABE sidelined in Dundee


    Dundee City Council has marginalised Scottish design watchdog AD+S by granting planning permission to a controversial hotel and office proposal against the group's wishes.
  • 'Lessons to be learned' from tsunami


    A new report into the Asian tsunami has urged planners and designers to draw up new building standards for areas susceptible to possible future disasters.
  • BDP unveils 'green bridge' plan for London


    BDP has revealed these first images of plans for a 'green bridge' in Tolworth, south-west London.
  • Stephen Taylor shortlisted in France


    Stephen Taylor Architects has made it onto the final shortlist in an international competition for the design of a nursery school and day-care centre in France.
  • EH readies for battle over Chiswick House


    English Heritage (EH) has hit back at attacks on its plans for the 'regeneration' of Chiswick House in west London, one of Britain's most important buildings.
  • Deal puts Stratford City back on track


    A compromise has been reached between the London Development Agency (LDA) and the Stratford City Development Partnership (SCDP) over the 2012 Olympic Games site in east London.
  • Chipperfield wins yet again in US


    David Chipperfield Architects has won an international competition to masterplan the Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Philadelphia.
  • Chippo and Stanton Williams shortlisted in Italy


    Two major British practices have been shortlisted in a competition to create two galleries and a theatre for the historic town of Bassano in north-east Italy.
  • Frederick Gibberd's Heathrow terminal faces demolition


    Frederick Gibberd's Terminal 2 building faces demolition in a plan to transform Heathrow Airport in time for the 2012 London Olympics.
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