Tag : Twentieth Century Society
Heritage campaigners have criticised new proposals by EPR to replace a Brutalist car park in London’s Marylebone with a luxury hotel as a ’missed opportunity’ to save its striking diamond-patterned façade
AHMM has submitted plans for a multi-coloured 74,000m² mixed-use shopping and office block which will replace 1-2 Broadgate in the iconic 1980s office complex
AHMM’s proposal to replace the iconic 1-2 Broadgate with a multi-coloured mixed-use block is set to be approved after City of London planners said it would transform the ‘inward-looking’ 1980s office complex
Ken Shuttleworth’s practice Make has exited a controversial Manchester skyscraper scheme backed by footballers-turned-developers Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs.
On the topic of RIBA awards, it seems the new Design Museum is this year’s House for Essex.
Astragal: Rachel Whiteread's valley of the dollsSubscription
This year’s winner of the Ada Huxtable Prize Rachel Whiteread made her reputation with her 1993 work House, a concrete cast of the inside of an entire Victorian house.
The Twentieth Century Society has put two Manchester buildings set for demolition under Make’s plans for Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville on its list of the 10 most threatened sites
Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt has submitted plans to convert Ted Cullinan’s Grade II*-listed Ready Mix Concrete (RMC) building in Surrey into a retirement living complex
Bennetts Associates’ proposals to overhaul the University of Manchester’s north campus have been called ‘disastrous’ by opponents of the scheme, who claim it could destroy some of the city’s finest post-war architecture
The Twentieth Century Society has submitted a bid to list Foster + Partners’ North Greenwich Interchange in an attempt to save it from demolition