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    Architecture Tomorrow 2016: the winners Subscription

    News14 October, 2016

    A panel of expert judges has selected Pilbrow & Partners’ Canary Wharf office as the overall winner from the AJ’s selected crop of yet-to-be-built schemes

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    Architecture Tomorrow: this year's finalistsSubscription

    News14 October, 2016

    From a regeneration scheme in Thamesmead to a glass bridge in Manila, the Architecture Tomorrow finalists represent a diversity of project types and locations. For the winners, click here


    Last chance to enter Architecture Tomorrow!Subscription

    News4 July, 2016

    Submit your project for a chance of winning a gold, silver and bronze award at Architecture Tomorrow which will be held at MIPIM UK in October 

  • TODD Architects 'light and colouful' exhibition centreVideoSubscription

    Video5 November, 2015

    Speaking to the AJ at Architecture Tomorrow Peter Minnis of TODD Architects explains the Belfast Waterfront Exhibition and Conference Centre

  • Paul O'Neill at ATOM: 'How we built a pre-fab hospital at Pebble Mill'VideoSubscription

    Video3 November, 2015

    Director at Bryden Wood, Paul O’Neill explains the practice’s hospital for CircleHealth in Birmingham

  • Fred Pilbrow talks towers at ATOMVideoSubscription

    Video30 October, 2015

    Fred Pilbrow of Pilbrow & Partners explains his Alpha Square proposals - a major high-rise urban regeneration scheme in South Quays, London

  • Why Architecture Tomorrow worksVideoSubscription

    Video28 October, 2015

    Watch the video overview of Architecture Tomorrow - a special event by the Architects’ Journal

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    In pictures: ATOM party at MIPIM UK Subscription

    News22 October, 2015

    Leading figures from across the industry, including former RIBA President Stephen Hodder, joined guests and exhibitors at the Architecture Tomorrow drinks reception last night

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    Architecture Tomorrow opens at MIPIM UKSubscription

    News21 October, 2015

    The promise of high quality architecture at the Architecture Tomorrow stand drew the early crowds at London’s Olympia today (21 October)

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    Architecture Tomorrow Subscription

    AJ Publications1 October, 2015

    Read the digital version of the 2015 Architecture Tomorrow supplement

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    Architecture Tomorrow: one day left to enterSubscription

    News12 June, 2015

    Architects have until the end of today (12 June) to enter Architecture Tomorrow, the AJ-curated exhibition dedicated to future projects by UK-based practices

  • Molecular Science Research Hub at White City

    Architecture tomorrow - university buildingsSubscription

    Building10 June, 2015

    University campuses need to be multidisciplinary environments, where academics can collaborate with entrepreneurs and industry in ‘hackspaces’ and labs, and start-ups and spin-outs can be incubated, says David Gann

  • The Geffrye Museum

    Architecture tomorrow - museums and galleriesSubscription

    Building29 May, 2015

    In recent decades the emphasis in museums has shifted from the objects on display to the needs and expectations of visitors – and these are now the primary drivers in designing a museum, says David Dewing

  • UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre by Hopkins

    Architecture tomorrow - healthcareSubscription

    Building22 May, 2015

    The healthcare sector is changing radically. Advances in medical science and technology, together with an ageing population, are having a dramatic effect on the building types required, says Jonathan Wilson

  • Birmingham Curzon Station

    Architecture Tomorrow - transport buildingsSubscription

    Building13 May, 2015

    A wealth of opportunities to design prestige projects will arise out of the Conservatives’ policy of investing in transport infrastructure to drive regeneration, says Denise Chevin

  • NYC Highline

    Architecture Tomorrow - regenerationSubscription

    Building8 May, 2015

    Developers are starting to pay more attention to landscape and public realm infrastructure, so architects should consider ways of getting involved in the design and delivery of infrastructure, says Vincent Lacovara

  • Tidemill Academy

    Architecture Tomorrow - SchoolsSubscription

    Building29 April, 2015

    This year’s Architecture Tomorrow event at MIPIM UK is open for entries. In the third of the AJ’s expert viewpoints, Simon Foxell argues that a new school building programme is needed to cope with rising pupil numbers

  • Derwent London White Collar Factory prototype

    Architecture Tomorrow - OfficesSubscription

    Building22 April, 2015

    This year’s Architecture Tomorrow event at MIPIM UK is open for entries. In the second of the AJ’s expert viewpoints, Derwent London’s Simon Silver outlines the developer’s approach to office projects


    Architecture Tomorrow - HousingSubscription

    Building15 April, 2015

    With Architecture Tomorrow now open for entries, architect-developer Crispin Kelly kicks off AJ’s expert viewpoint series, arguing in favour of community-led housing plans.

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    Architecture Tomorrow showcases real projects that will get builtSubscription

    Opinion31 March, 2015

    Architecture Tomorrow (ATOM) doesn’t predict the future of the built environment, it is the future of the built environment, says Rory Olcayto

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