Tag : Twentieth Century Society
The Twentieth Century Society has slammed FaulknerBrowns’ latest proposals for the multi-million pound refurbishment of George Kenyon’s 1968 Grade II*-listed Newcastle Civic Centre
The destruction of a 17th century ceiling in Bristol, controversially ripped out by a developer before it could be assessed by Historic England, has prompted renewed calls for an interim protection system
The Department for Culture Media & Sport (DCMS) has said it will review its decision not to list Dunelm House in Durham as the row over the Brutalist building’s future continues
On the topic of RIBA awards, it seems the new Design Museum is this year’s House for Essex.
The Twentieth Century Society has demanded the communities secretary call in controversial plans by Seven Architecture to overhaul the UK’s only listed post-war police station
The Twentieth Century Society has failed to get Foster + Partners’ North Greenwich Interchange listed in its attempt to save it from demolition
Plans by Hugh Broughton Architects to make major alterations to the Inner Temple Treasury Building have been given the go-ahead, despite a storm of protest
Hodder + Partners has replaced Ken Shuttleworth’s practice Make on a controversial high-rise scheme in Manchester, backed by footballers-turned-developers Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs
Ken Shuttleworth’s practice Make has exited a controversial Manchester skyscraper scheme backed by footballers-turned-developers Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs.
Ken Shuttleworth’s practice Make has resigned from a controversial Manchester skyscraper scheme backed by footballers-turned-developers Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs