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Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Chipperfield’s Edinburgh concert hall • AHMM’s temporary parliament • Architects’ eight-year itch • Owusu ousted as chair of RIBA panel
We need the right planning and regulatory framework in place before the profession can help achieve a zero-carbon built environment, says Chris Medland
The cliché about architects being a bunch of squabbling egos starts to ring true when people who should know better rush to judgment about others’ work, writes Paul Finch
The 608m² scheme in Marylebone contains conventional office space as well as specialised areas for garment design, production studios and an archive