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Tag : 21.05.20

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    Holding on to arcadia: PUP at Surrey Docks FarmSubscription

    Building26 May, 2020

    On a modest budget, PUP Architects has rehabilitated and extended derelict structures at the south London city farm to bring a new lease of life to this vital community hub. Photography by Simone Bossi 

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    This is a time for constructive thinking, not endless moaningSubscription

    Opinion26 May, 2020

    The grumbling about Boris Johnson’s back-to-work TV address reminds Paul Finch of Dad’s Army

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    We’re adapting to a new reality in these challenging timesSubscription

    Opinion22 May, 2020

    The theme for this week’s print edition of the AJ is adaptation, and it’s a fitting one, considering that’s what we’re all doing now – adapting to a new reality, says Emily Booth

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    Sketchbook: John PuttickSubscription

    Culture21 May, 2020

    How are you filling your time in the lockdown? The AJ has launched Sketchbook, a showcase for architects’ sketches and concept drawings. Today’s sketches are by John Puttick

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    AHMM remodels Broadgate for Generation Z

    Building21 May, 2020

    Allford Hall Monaghan Morris’s signature retrofit of Peter Foggo’s No 1 Finsbury Avenue has adapted the High-Tech, high-finance icon to attract a younger, less corporate tenant mix. Photography by Tim Soar, Rob Parrish and Gareth Gardner

  • Alan jones by anthony coleman

    Astragal: Where is Alan Jones?Subscription

    News20 May, 2020

    As the profession faces one of the toughest periods in its history, the RIBA president and captain of the Portland Place-based Titan(ic) is nowhere to be seen

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    Coronavirus crisis: What now for schools and offices?Subscription

    News20 May, 2020

    The prime minister has announced he wants to ‘re-open society’ and release schoolchildren and those unable to work remotely from their enforced Covid-19 lockdown. How will design play a part in allowing a phased return for employees and pupils, and what are the longer-term implications?

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    Competition: Reimagining Museums for Climate ActionSubscription

    Competition18 May, 2020

    The UCL Institute of Archaeology announced an ideas competition for pioneering new environmentally friendly museums

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    Cyber risk lessons from the ZHA ransomeware attackSubscription

    Opinion12 May, 2020

    The ransomware attack on Zaha Hadid Architects emphasises the increased cyber risk posed by Covid-19, writes Andy Barratt

  • House in North Wales by Martin Edwards Architects

    AJ Small Projects 2020 winner revealedSubscription

    News27 April, 2020

    Martin Edwards architects’ retrofit and extension of a house in North Wales for its wheelchair-using owner has been named winner of the AJ Small Projects 2020 award