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  • 2018 Winner: Hawkins/Brown

    Competition: LFA’s 2019 Architecture LGBT+ Pride floatSubscription

    Competition14 May, 2019

    The London Festival of Architecture (LFA) has announced a design contest for a float representing LGBT+ architects at the London and Manchester Pride festivals

  • Architecture student

    Record number of women apply for architecture-related degreesSubscription

    News8 February, 2019

    The highest ever number of women have applied to study architecture and related subjects at university in 2019, while applications from men have fallen

  • Winner: Hawkins/Brown

    Hawkins\Brown wins LFA Pride float contestSubscription

    News27 June, 2018

    Hawkins\Brown has won the London Festival of Architecture’s (LFA) competition for a float representing LGBT+ architects at this year’s Pride event

  • Shortlisted: Weston Williamson + Partners

    Shortlist for LFA’s Architectural Pride float revealed Subscription

    News20 June, 2018

    The London Festival of Architecture (LFA) has named nine finalists in its contest for a float representing LGBT+ architects at this year’s Pride

  • Google float at Pride

    Competition: LFA’s Architectural Pride floatSubscription

    Competition15 May, 2018

    The London Festival of Architecture (LFA) has announced a design contest for a float representing LGBT+ architects at this year’s Pride in London

  • Rainbow flag breeze

    Our survey uncovers the pain of LGBT+ professionalsSubscription

    Opinion26 January, 2018

    It is the emotion, pain, anger and frustration of our survey respondents that brings the story behind these statistics alive, writes Emily Booth

  • Index 2

    The AJ’s LGBT+ survey ‘reflects a less tolerant society’Subscription

    News26 January, 2018

    A fall in the number of architects who are ‘out’ at work suggests the battle for equality is far from won. Richard Waite reports

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    25.01.18: EducationSubscription

    Digital Edition25 January, 2018

    The latest AJ focuses on education projects for age groups ranging from toddlers upwards: Bogle Architects’ Early Learning Village in Singapore is one of the world’s largest nursery schools with a capacity for 2,100 children; Penoyre & Prasad’s Sibson Building provides a new home for the University of Kent’s maths and business schools; while Sheppard Robson has converted Old Marylebone Town Hall into the Sammy Ofer Centre for the ...

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    Historic England lists more buildings to recognise queer historySubscription

    News24 July, 2017

    Historic England has listed two Devon buildings in recognition of their Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) heritage and architectural quality 

  • Survey index

    Stressed and overworked: AJ survey shows a profession under pressureSubscription

    News13 April, 2017

    Our latest research into the state of the profession shines a light on the daily worries of jobbing architects and gives more evidence of the pay gap between men and women

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