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This community space and nursery school is a highlight of the new North West Cambridge development, writes Hattie Hartman. Film and photography Jim Stephenson
27.09.18: RIBA Stirling Prize 2018Subscription
The AJ celebrates this year’s Stirling Prize shortlist with building studies of the six finalists: Foster + Partners’ Bloomberg London, Waugh Thistleton’s Bushey Cemetery, Henley Halebrown’s Chadwick Hall, Tate St Ives by Jamie Fobert Architects, MUMA’s Storey’s Field Centre and Eddington Nursery, and The Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre by Níall McLaughlin Architects, as well as an overview ...
References to the past and the use of high-quality materials prevail in this year’s impressive Stirling shortlist, as architecture digs in amid an uncertain political climate, writes Rob Wilson. Photography by Jim Stephenson
David Adjaye to chair 2018 RIBA Stirling Prize jury Subscription
Architect David Adjaye has been announced as chair of this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize jury
Storey’s Field Community Centre and Eddington Nursery by MUMA for the University of Cambridge is being heavily backed by punters to win this year’s Stirling Prize, according to William Hill
AJ readers pick RIBA Stirling Prize 2018 favourite Subscription
Storey’s Field Community Centre and Eddington Nursery by MUMA for the University of Cambridge has been backed by the AJ readers to win this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize
The AJ’s Jon Astbury takes a critical look at the six buildings in contention for UK architecture’s top prize
RIBA Stirling Prize 2018 shortlist announced Subscription
A trio of university-backed projects are among the six buildings shortlisted for this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize
McInnes Usher McKnight Architects (MUMA) has won the competition for a £7 million overhaul of the Grade I-listed Abbot Hall Art Gallery in Kendal, Cumbria
22.02.18: New townSubscription
The latest AJ focuses on the North West Cambridge development, a £1 billion city extension backed by the university. We look at AECOM’s masterplan and have building studies on MUMA’s community centre and nursery school; Lot 8 housing by Maccreanor Lavington and Witherford Watson Mann; and WilkinsonEyre and Mole Architects’ Lot 1, which includes housing, a supermarket, doctors surgery ...