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The latest in the AJ’s series of practical ‘how-to’ guides looks at the financial aid available to architectural practices to help them through the coronavirus crisis
Job losses are expected at nearly a third of architecture practices over the next three months, research from the RIBA has revealed
09.04.20: Cultural buildingsSubscription
The latest AJ features two cultural buildings: Glenn Howells’ new home for English National Ballet in London’s Docklands; and stephenson STUDIO’s Oglesby Centre rehearsal facility for Manchester’s Hallé orchestra. PLUS We investigate how architecture students are coping with the coronavirus shutdown; Feilden Fowles wins its biggest project to date – an entrance hall for York’s National Railway Museum; and we launch ...
26.03.20: AJ Small ProjectsSubscription
The latest issue features the 20 schemes shortlisted for the AJ Small Projects award. Now in its 25th year, the award celebrates schemes realised for no more than £250,000. This year’s shortlist includes an artist’s studio, exhibition cabinets, beauty-spot shelters and, intriguingly, a bedroom for a ‘thruple’. PLUS as the coronavirus pandemic takes hold of Britain, an AJ poll shows a widespread shift to home-working but longer-term worries about a business ...
While the results of the AJ’s questionnaire show a widespread shift to home-working, there are longer-term worries about a significant business slowdown. Richard Waite reports
A profession without an institute which is ‘of the members, by the members and for the members’ is a profession in trouble, says Paul Finch
Architects are failing to appreciate the enormity of Covid-19 and should use their problem-solving abilities to help fight the global pandemic, a prominent public health expert has told the AJ
Architects have warned of ‘permanent damage’ to the profession because their practice structure means they do not qualify for the government’s coronavirus rescue package
Many congratulations to those who – in normal times – would have been picking up their recent New Year honours at Buckingham Palace right about now
What will the good people of east London make of this year’s Antepavilion shortlist? They would be forgiven for hoping Jaimie Shorten’s entry Sharks! doesn’t win, seeing as it consists of several sea predators clinging on to a life raft in Regent’s Canal