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Tag : 13.12.18

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    2019: the big news items set to dominate in the New YearSubscription

    News21 December, 2018

    The word ‘uncertainty’ has rarely been used so often in a single 12-month period. The profession is gasping for answers on Brexit

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    Roundtable: Strategies to grow a practiceSubscription

    News20 December, 2018

    Amid a climate of aggressive fee-cutting and a competitive jobs market, expanding a practice can be tricky. Our panel of industry experts discussed the challenges they face and strategies for success. Sponsored by Equitone

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    2018 in review: a political yearSubscription

    News20 December, 2018

    In 2017, the marginalisation of architects dominated headlines. But after a year of bruising feuds, controversy and lobbying, have architects begun to reclaim a political voice? asks Ella Jessel

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    The AJ Christmas quiz: which one are you?Subscription

    News19 December, 2018

    Who is Mr Grunwald? What did Alan Jones reveal he likes to collect? And did we really get through 28 housing ministers? Test your knowledge of the events that shook the architectural world in 2018 by clicking on the correct answers and discover which figure you are most like

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    Buildings to watch in 2019Subscription

    News19 December, 2018

    Rob Wilson selects some key completions on the horizon

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    People to watch in 2019Subscription

    News18 December, 2018

    The personalities and organisations set to make a difference to architecture in the months ahead

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    Democratic regeneration: Kings Crescent EstateSubscription

    Building17 December, 2018

    Residents’ consultation was key to Phases 1 & 2 of Karakusevic Carson and Henley Halebrown’s revamped Kings Crescent Estate, Hackney, winner of the AJ Architecture Awards Editor’s Choice prize, writes Rob Wilson

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    Kit Malthouse: The Building Beautiful commission is an attempt to win architects workSubscription

    Opinion14 December, 2018

    Those who think the Roger Scruton-led commission is an attack on the profession are misunderstanding its intent, writes housing minister Kit Malthouse

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    Despite all the year’s uncertainties, architects are producing great workSubscription

    Opinion13 December, 2018

    In the face of doom and gloom, architecture remains an essentially optimistic activity, writes Paul Finch

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    Astragal: Merry fucking Christmas, love Piers TaylorSubscription

    News12 December, 2018

    Piers Taylor’s seasonal message from his practice Invisible Studio takes bah-humbuggery to impressive new levels. Read his miserable missive in all its grumpy gloriousness