Tag : MIPIM
28.03.19: AJ Small ProjectsSubscription
The latest AJ features the 20 low-budget schemes shortlisted for this year’s AJ Small Projects awards, including a boathouse, a museum café, a library extension, an artist’s studio, a hospital chapel and a holiday hide‑out. PLUS Igloo Regeneration brings six Glasgow practices together to rethink terraced house design; and issues and insights from this year’s MIPIM property fair in Cannes.
When it comes to gender equality, MIPIM should and can be better – Margaret Ravenscroft outlines some first steps
At last week’s Cannes property fair, architects were putting Brexit behind them and rolling up their sleeves in the hunt for new opportunities, says Richard Waite
Councillors have boosted AndArchitects’ protracted attempts to create a new home ground for Luton Town Football Club, approving a related mixed-use scheme that is critical to unlocking the stadium project
Luton Borough Council has finally granted consent for a new 23,000-seat ground for the Hatters – but the viability of the project rests on a further planning decision, the club’s boss has warned
The RIBA has launched an open call for architects to work on initiatives to improve design quality in five local authorities
Astragal: Manchester by the seaSubscription
Gary Neville, what’s the score? • Sing when you’re winning • TV chef The carcass of Manchester’s storm-hit, beachfront pavilion at this year’s MIPIM property fair at Cannes was hard to miss
Claiming he is fed up of having fake accounts mimicking him, Norman Foster has joined Instagram.
BDP has revealed plans for a 33-storey mixed-use residential, hotel and co-working tower, shaped like a giant clamp, at the western gateway to Leeds city centre
Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has revealed its ‘first foray’ into the North East with a curved office scheme overlooking Newcastle’s River Tyne