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The latest AJ features three Manchester projects: SimpsonHaugh Architects’ No 1 Spinningfields office building; Roof Gardens low-rise, high-density housing by Ollier Smurthwaite; and BDP’s extension and refurbishment of the Alliance Manchester Business School. And we investigate whether Manchester City Region can meet its ambitious carbon target while continuing to grow upwards and outwards. PLUS The architects who ...
Antwerp’s new Queen Elisabeth Hall and congress centre by SimpsonHaugh and Partners reinvigorates a lost connection to the adjacent zoo, writes Jon Astbury. Photography by Jesse Willems
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Lighting: Fluid Workspace, Hammersmith, by Nex; Two St Peter’s Square, Manchester office building by SimpsonHaugh and Partners; Queen Elizabeth Hall foyer restoration, Southbank Centre, by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios.
Manchester councillors have approved a revised residential tower designed by SimpsonHaugh and backed by cricketer-turned-developer Andrew Flintoff
Kensington and Chelsea council has launched a High Court challenge to the Mayor of London’s decision to grant planning permission for SimpsonHaugh’s Kensington Forum
SimpsonHaugh’s proposed £300 million redevelopment of a Richard Seifert-designed hotel in Kensington has been thrown into doubt after permission was granted for a judicial review of Sadiq Khan’s decision to back the scheme
Freddie Flintoff has unveiled plans for his first foray into property development: a major residential scheme in Manchester with a 35-storey tower designed by SimpsonHaugh
With Manchester building more skyscrapers than any other UK city outside London, could Ian Simpson’s ‘inverted cone’ concept help regulate the city’s transformation? Colin Marrs reports
Ian Simpson says Manchester’s increasingly high-rise skyline will not be blighted by the ’mediocre and formulaic’ towers forced on London
In the run up to this year’s Women in Architecture Awards on 2 March, we asked architects to tell us about their career, inspiration and how to make the profession more welcoming to women