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The practice has created a bespoke, shingle-clad new-build addition to the Bath preparatory school, boosting its broad educational offering, says Ellie Duffy. Photography Craig Aukland
The retrofit of a derelict Brutalist giant has a carbon footprint significantly smaller than its demolish-and-build-anew equivalent, writes Rob Wilson. Photography Will Scott, Luke Hayes
Following the AJ’s recent student survey, Pick Everard’s Steve Cummings outlines how his practice is endeavouring to make graduate placements more productive and enjoyable
Achieving a low-carbon sustainable construction industry means ending tax penalties on retrofit as a matter of urgency, says Will Hurst
The new building for a private school in Surrey offers an unusual solution to a problem, implemented in a very precise manner, writes Fran Williams. Photography Nick Guttridge