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    02.11.17: HomesSubscription

    Digital Edition2 November, 2017

    The latest, residential-themed, AJ features two housing schemes: Haddo Yard in Whitstable, Kent, by Denizen Works; and Bell Phillips Architects’ two pilot terrace schemes for the London Borough of Newham; as well as a 1980s house imaginatively transformed by Checa Romero Architects. PLUS we analyse a new salary survey that shows architects’ pay is stagnating; David Adjaye and Ron Arad’s winning proposal for the national Holocau

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    03.08.17: Estate RegenerationSubscription

    Digital Edition3 August, 2017

    The latest AJ features in-depth studies of three revamped London council estates: at Silchester, Haworth Tompkins has avoided demolition in favour of integrating new buildings; Maccreanor Lavington’s impressive South Gardens replaces part of the Heygate Estate; while Sprunt has created a church and community centre at the heart of the rebuilt Stonegate Estate. We also meet Liz Peace, who is creating a new London suburb ...

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    05.10.17: Offsite constructionSubscription

    Digital Edition5 October, 2017

    The AJ looks at the latest wave of offsite construction, seen as a way to tackle both the housing crisis and the skills shortage. We investigate whether it will invigorate the profession – or destroy it. There are related building studies on HKR’s modular homes for Pocket Housing; Dalston Works mixed-used scheme by Waugh Thistleton; and Eric Parry’s 4 Pancras Square in King’s Cross PLUS also in King’s Cross, Duggan Morris’s ...

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    05.12.19: BirminghamSubscription

    Digital Edition4 December, 2019

    The AJ focuses on the UK’s second-largest city with a study of Graeme Massie Architects’ reworking of Centenary Square; Joe Holyoak evaluates 10 years of Birmingham’s Big City Plan; we examine the impending regeneration of the Ladywood estate; West Midlands mayor Andy Street explains how HS2 could have a transformational effect on the city; and we hear the views of five Birmingham practices: APEC, BPN,

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    06.07.17: HomesSubscription

    Digital Edition6 July, 2017

    The latest AJ has building studies on three private homes: Mole Architects’ nautically themed Houseboat for architect/developer Roger Zogolovitch; Red House, built on the site of a former garage in East Dulwich by 31/44 Architects; and Proctor & Matthews’ Chapter House for retirement home specialist PegasusLife; while Sarah Wigglesworth details her research project where older people were invited to co-design housing schemes. PLUS ...

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    06.12.18: AJ Architecture AwardsSubscription

    Digital Edition6 December, 2018

    The latest issue features this year’s AJ Architecture Awards with 73 pages of winning and shortlisted schemes. There are also building studies of Witherford Watson Mann’s opera house at Nevill Holt in Leicestershire; and a partially subterranean north London house by Takero Shimazaki Architects. PLUS The era of the super low fee bid is back in a new wave of aggressive fee-cutting; and we meet Emma Dent Coad, ...

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    07.09.17: Three schoolsSubscription

    Digital Edition7 September, 2017

    The latest AJ focuses on three school schemes: in south Wales, Stride Treglown’s all-through Ysgol Bae Baglan takes pupils from nursery through to sixth form; Collective Architecture’s improvements to the confusingly named Toronto School in Scotland include a new gym hall; while Haverstock’s Alexandra Centre for special needs pupils rejuvenates part of Neave Brown’s Camden estate. PLUS we meet Ben Derbyshire who ...

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    07.11.19: Houses and housingSubscription

    Digital Edition5 November, 2019

    The issue features four residential building studies: Bell Phillips’ three housing schemes for Sutton Council; Collective Architecture’s refurbishment of Glasgow’s Cedar Court high rise blocks; Alma-nac’s House Within a House extension in south-east London; and Nithurst Farm on the South Downs by Adam Richards Architects. PLUS The findings of the first phase of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry; the launch ...

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    07.12.17: AJ Architecture AwardsSubscription

    Digital Edition5 December, 2017

    The latest issue features the inaugural AJ Architecture Awards, with 64 pages of winning and shortlisted schemes. There are also building studies of Heatherwick Studio’s Zeitz MOCAA gallery in Cape Town, converted from a disused grain silo; and the Sun Rain Rooms, Tonkin Liu’s house extension and studio for its partners. PLUS Is Manchester’s historic centre under threat from tall buildings? Why architects have overwhelmingly ...

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    08.02.18: Women in ArchitectureSubscription

    Digital Edition8 February, 2018

    The latest AJ focuses on two architects shortlisted for Women in Architecture award for Architect of the Year: we talk to 6a co-founder Stephanie Macdonald, and feature the practice’s Black Stone apartment building in north London; and we meet Biba Dow and visit Dow Jones’s reworking of St Mary Magdalene church in Paddington. We also feature Kinnear Landscape Architects’ and Witherford Watson ...

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