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    Astragal: A miniature doughy metropolisSubscription

    News18 December, 2019

    To Somerset House for the Museum of Architecture’s Gingerbread City 2019, where more than 100 architects have come together to make a miniature doughy metropolis (masterplanned by Tibbalds).

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    Weekend roundup: Not the result the profession was hoping forSubscription

    Opinion14 December, 2019

    This week’s top stories reviewed by the AJ’s Simon Aldous: Election result disappoints the profession • No ARB sanction for climate protester • RIBA names all-female list of honorary fellows • Barbican school shelves expansion plans • Dutch retrofit library wins top world architecture prize

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    ARB will not take action over architect convicted during climate protestSubscription

    News11 December, 2019

    The ARB has told an Extinction Rebellion architect convicted of a public order offence that it will not take any disciplinary action against him, and that it is reviewing what all architects need to be taught about sustainability and the carbon agenda

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    Weekend roundup: Architect stands as Labour candidate as support for party fallsSubscription

    Opinion16 November, 2019

    This week’s top stories reviewed by the AJ’s Simon Aldous: Bell Phillips associate stands as Labour candidate • Tributes paid to Ted Cullinan • Court convicts XR activist architect 

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    Extinction Rebellion architect found guilty of public order offenceSubscription

    News14 November, 2019

    An architect has been found guilty of a public order offence after refusing to move from Waterloo Bridge during an Extinction Rebellion (XR) protest in April

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    Weekend roundup: Protest and surviveSubscription

    Opinion19 October, 2019

    This week’s top stories reviewed by the AJ’s Simon Aldous: Studio Bark architect arrested at Extinction Rebellion demo • Lancaster University launches architecture degree for activists • Tributes paid to Charles Jencks • Loan rate hike threatens council housing

  • Studio Bark's Nick Newman on top of the tower at the Extinction Rebellion protests

    Architect arrested after chaining himself to plywood tower at XR demoSubscription

    News16 October, 2019

    An architect has been arrested after he chained himself to a modular tower during the Extinction Rebellion (XR) climate crisis protests near Trafalgar Square

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    ‘I was arrested during the Extinction Rebellion protests’ – an architect’s storySubscription

    Opinion1 May, 2019

    Studio Bark’s Tom Bennett (above right) explains how he came to spend a night in police custody and why he believes his actions were in the public interest

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    Black to basics: Studio Bark house in rural SuffolkSubscription

    Building15 March, 2019

    The practice turned to traditional agricultural building typologies to win planning consent under Paragraph 79 for this off-grid contemporary home, writes Fran Williams. Photography Lenny Codd

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    14.03.19: HomesSubscription

    Digital Edition14 March, 2019

    The latest AJ examines three rural homes: Hampshire House by Níall McLaughlin Architects and ‘country-house clause’ schemes Black Barn in Suffolk by Studio Bark and Barrow House on the Lincolnshire Wolds by id architecture PLUS The first in a series on new ways of working looks at community land trusts; and five sustainability leaders each highlight one thing architects could do tomorrow to limit climate change.

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