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  • A class show at the biennale - images

    15-Jun-2006

    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

    5-May-2006

    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

    5-May-2006

    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

    29-Mar-2006

    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

    8-Mar-2006

    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

    6-Mar-2006

    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

    24-Nov-2005

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

    23-Nov-2005

    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

    18-Nov-2005

    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

    16-Nov-2005

    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

    16-Nov-2005

    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

    14-Nov-2005

    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

    11-Nov-2005

    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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