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    RIBA East awards 2019: record crop of 18 winners revealedSubscription

    News8 May, 2019

    Walters & Cohen Architects’ student accommodation for Cambridge University’s Newnham College has won Building of the Year in the RIBA’s East region

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    RIBA reveals East region awards shortlistSubscription

    News18 March, 2019

    Twenty-three buildings and an entire urban district for Cambridge make up the shortlist for this year’s RIBA East regional awards

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    Exclusive: Moorfields Eye Hospital winner revealed Subscription

    News9 January, 2019

    Penoyre & Prasad and White Arkitekter have won the contest to design a major new eye-care, research and educational facility at St Pancras Hospital in Camden, London 

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    RSHP and Hopkins among five shortlisted for new Moorfields Eye HospitalSubscription

    News4 September, 2018

    Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) and Hopkins have been shortlisted for a major new eye-care, research and educational facility at St Pancras Hospital in central London

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    Assael lodges plans for 2,000-home Ealing scheme Subscription

    News7 August, 2018

    Assael Architecture has submitted plans for a 2,000-home neighbourhood in west London

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    Engineering the Serpentine PavilionSubscription

    Building4 July, 2018

    Jon Astbury talks to AECOM principal engineer Michael Orr about the challenges of erecting one of architecture’s most short-lived but intensely scrutinised structures

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    Should all masterplans be landscape-led?Subscription

    Opinion26 February, 2018

    There is a growing argument that landscape should drive the layout of the buildings rather than the other way around, says Hattie Hartman

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    22.02.18: New townSubscription

    Digital Edition22 February, 2018

    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 ...

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    North West Cambridge: A brave new worldSubscription

    Building21 February, 2018

    The first phase of the university-backed £1 billion city extension is reaching completion. Rob Wilson takes a look around. Photography Jack Hobhouse

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    Astragal: V-sign from the cliffs of DoverSubscription

    News19 February, 2018

    A Haç is a machine for dancing in • Gough’s portrait of a client • Not quite the high-flyer that was promised Boris Johnson made headlines last week with his surprise revelation that Brexit was, in fact, not ‘some great V-sign from the cliffs of Dover’

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