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    Níall McLaughlin’s buildings for Jesus College, CambridgeSubscription

    Building11 January, 2018

    The first phase of the practice’s development gives a remarkable coherence to its disparate elements, writes Owen Hopkins. Photography Nick Kane and Peter Cook

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    Student collaboration channels spirit of the Polyark bus Subscription

    Opinion20 July, 2017

    Collaboration between ‘rival’ architecture schools is not only possible, it can be clarifying and empowering for both staff and students, argues Ellis Woodman 

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    20.07.17: The Student IssueSubscription

    Digital Edition20 July, 2017

    The AJ’s annual student issue features the results of this year’s student survey, painting a worrying picture of high debt and poor mental health; practitioners review the end-of-year student shows at the top 10 architecture schools as ranked by employability; and we have a comprehensive directory of all 52 UK architecture schools and the courses they offer. PLUS This year’s RIBA Stirling Prize shortlist; Ellis Woodman ...

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    Degree show review: Liverpool School of ArchitectureSubscription

    Culture19 July, 2017

    While a studio structure allows for diverse approaches, in practice Part 1 students share a preoccupation with the politics of regionalism and post-industrial territories, says Matthew Ashton

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    Degree show review: The BartlettSubscription

    Culture19 July, 2017

    A radically remodelled home provided an impressive backdrop to a show where political and technological change provided the most rewarding themes, says Jeremy Young 

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    Degree show review: Leicester School of ArchitectureSubscription

    Culture19 July, 2017

    An emphasis on well-rounded research to inform the final architectural design has led to projects that skilfully tackle the constraints of the real world, says Jennifer Oxley

  • 09 sheffield2

    Degree show review: Sheffield School of Architecture Subscription

    Culture19 July, 2017

    Students are facing up to the big global subjects while simultaneously demonstrating the importance of retaining local knowledge within the UK’s smaller cities, says Jonathan Orlek

  • 05 nottingham2

    Degree show review: University of NottinghamSubscription

    Culture19 July, 2017

    The department combines the development of a wide spectrum of skills with increasing collaboration with local and national practices, developing a virtuous triangle of academic, student and practitioner, says Hugh Avison

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    Degree show review: University of CambridgeSubscription

    Culture19 July, 2017

    This year’s skilful explorations of materiality and narrative communicate a refreshing shift in direction for the school’s collective identity, says James Soane

  • 03 bath3

    Degree show review: University of BathSubscription

    Culture19 July, 2017

    The school said to produce the most employable graduates is creating richly crafted, thoughtful work, but retreating from challenging social issues towards the utopian, says Piers Taylor

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