Tag : Mole Architects
Mole Architects’ Wabi Tea House in Prickwillow cost only £7,000 and won AJ Small Projects in 2008. Almost all the materials were reclaimed, and the client, a potter, hand-built all the joinery. Mini-film by Jim Stephenson.
The nominees for the inaugural MJ Long Prize for Excellence in Practice talk about their experiences in architecture
Five buildings to watch out for in 2020Subscription
AJ architecture editor Rob Wilson selects five of the most noteworthy buildings due to be completed in the coming year
Spirit of place: Peter Zumthor’s Secular RetreatVideoSubscription
The south Devon holiday house for Living Architecture combines monolithic rammed concrete with an unexpected warmth, writes Rob Wilson. Film Jim Stephenson, photography Hélène Binet
Ben Derbyshire has joined the UKGBC in urging architects to join planned industrial action on 20 September
Edmund Fowles, Ken Okonkwo, Meredith Bowles and Pippa Nissen join AJ Student Prize jury 2019Subscription
The AJ has revealed the jury for the AJ Student Prize, for which the shortlist will be announced later this week
When do CGIs become CG lies?Subscription
CGIs are a valuable tool at the planning stages, but developments inevitably evolve and change, writes Jonny Anstead
Walters & Cohen Architects’ student accommodation for Cambridge University’s Newnham College has won Building of the Year in the RIBA’s East region
The Cambridge scheme puts its residents’ wellbeing at the heart of building design, writes Jay Merrick. Photography David Butler
25.04.19: Health and wellbeingSubscription
The latest AJ looks at two healthcare projects – an interim Cardiff Maggie’s Centre by Dow Jones Architects; and the Institute in the Park research centre by Hopkins Architects for Liverpool’s Alder Hey Hospital – as well as Mole Architects’ Marmalade Lane co-housing, which focuses on its residents’ wellbeing. PLUS The winning schemes in the AJ Small Projects 2019 awards; on site at the transformation of Smithfield ...