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This week’s top stories reviewed by the AJ’s Simon Aldous: ARB looks to test architects throughout careers • Jones’s woes make national press • Practices face furloughs and pay cuts • Architecture students hit by university closures • Feilden Fowles wins biggest project to date
Feilden Fowles has released images of its proposals to rework the Natural History Museum’s grounds – a replacement for a shelved, bigger budget scheme by Níall McLaughlin Architects
09.04.20: Cultural buildingsSubscription
The latest AJ features two cultural buildings: Glenn Howells’ new home for English National Ballet in London’s Docklands; and stephenson STUDIO’s Oglesby Centre rehearsal facility for Manchester’s Hallé orchestra. PLUS We investigate how architecture students are coping with the coronavirus shutdown; Feilden Fowles wins its biggest project to date – an entrance hall for York’s National Railway Museum; and we launch ...
This week’s top stories reviewed by the AJ’s Simon Aldous: Architecture in a time of Covid-19 • Singing sharks win Antepavilion competition • Robert Adam steps down • Competition wins for Feilden Fowles and Grafton
Feilden Fowles’ growing reputation continues to blossom after it saw off a shortlist of top names to land the new £16.5 million entrance hall project at The National Railway Museum in York
The National Railway Museum has unveiled the five design concepts drawn up by the teams competing for the £16.5 million Central Hall project in York
Readers looking forward to seeing Níall McLaughlin Architects’ elegant, cloistered entrance and open-air galleries at the Natural History Museum are going to be disappointed.
6a architects and Carmody Groarke are among five teams competing for a new £16.5 million Central Hall at the National Railway Museum in York
RIBA Stirling Prize 2019: The Weston by Feilden FowlesVideoSubscription
This visitor centre for the Yorkshire Sculpture Park captures something of humankind’s relationship to the landscape, ritual, boundary and transition, writes Owen Hopkins. Film and photography Jim Stephenson
With two retrofits and two low-carbon residential schemes, the sustainability agenda is particularly evident in the six schemes contending for UK architecture’s biggest prize, says Rob Wilson