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    RetroFirst stories: alma-nac’s low-cost, zero-waste warehouse upcycleSubscription

    News1 May, 2020

    The latest in the AJ’s retrofit case study series looking at architects who have saved buildings from the bulldozers or given them a brand new life

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    Urban Splash and Canary Wharf Group boost RetroFirst campaign

    News3 March, 2020

    Developers Urban Splash and Canary Wharf Group are the latest organisations to back the AJ’s campaign to reuse existing buildings, along with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and engineer Max Fordham

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    Alma-nac reveals conversion of south London townhouse into nurserySubscription

    News26 February, 2020

    Alma-nac has revealed it is converting a Victorian townhouse in Herne Hill, south London, into a nursery for a local private primary school

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    Architecture for the people, by the peopleSubscription

    News19 December, 2019

    Successful community-led schemes need strong local support and a collaborative, entrepreneurial mindset from the architect. Richard Waite and Ella Jessel hear from five unique ‘clients’ about making community architecture work

  • House within a House by alma nac

    Ghost in the shell: Alma-nac’s House Within a House Subscription

    Building8 November, 2019

    The practice has transformed a two-storey 1950s house in south-east London to reinstate the scale and silhouette of the bomb-destroyed home it replaced, writes Ellie Duffy. Photography Jack Hobhouse

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    07.11.19: Houses and housingSubscription

    Digital Edition5 November, 2019

    The issue features four residential building studies: Bell Phillips’ three housing schemes for Sutton Council; Collective Architecture’s refurbishment of Glasgow’s Cedar Court high rise blocks; Alma-nac’s House Within a House extension in south-east London; and Nithurst Farm on the South Downs by Adam Richards Architects. PLUS The findings of the first phase of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry; the launch ...

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    Weekend roundup: Concerned with fluffy bunnies rather than architectsSubscription

    Opinion6 April, 2019

    Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: RSPCA ditches contest for modular base • Fosters’ Tulip wins planning approval • Latest gender pay gap data gives mixed picture

  • Shortlisted: Alma-nac

    RIBA blasted over failed RSPCA competitionSubscription

    News4 April, 2019

    The RIBA has been criticised after a contest it launched for the RSPCA was abandoned

  • Shortlisted: Alma-nac

    Three shortlisted in RSPCA Animal Centres contestSubscription

    News16 October, 2018

    The RIBA has announced the three teams shortlisted in its competition to design a groundbreaking £4.5 million modular base for the RSPCA in the north-west of England

  • Olympicopolis

    Astragal: Sadiq happy to see the back of ‘ugly’ OlympicopolisSubscription

    News11 June, 2018

    East London has waved goodbye to former mayor Boris Johnson’s Olympicopolis and said hello to Sadiq Khan’s East Bank. 

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