Christine Murray's stories
Rogers, was nominated by more than 500 architects to receive the AJ100 Contribution to the Profession award next week
Are our green buildings really ‘Outstanding’?Subscription
The fact is that we don’t know, says Christine Murray
It's time to build a new foundation for practiceSubscription
It’s time to take a hard look under the hood of your practice and sort it out, says Christine Murray
Read Robert Venturi’s bittersweet acceptance speech of the 1991 Pritzker Prize, where he acknowledges ‘fellow artist’ Denise Scott Brown for her ‘crucial’ input.
Now over 5,000 people demand change, says Christine Murray
A spirit of generosity prevailed at this year’s AJ Women in Architecture Awards, says Christine Murray
It turns out, if you are looking to make a good investment in residential property, the yields in prime London no longer make sense, says Christine Murray
Chapman Taylor, the architects behind the new Trinity Leeds shopping centre which is due to open next week, has said retailers must ‘constantly evolve’ to reactivate city centres.
The impact of Games on their host cities must be tracked to access the true cost and legacy, says real estate guru
Inspired by Maggie’s Centres, AHMM’s North London Hospice day centre is sensitive and subtle, writes Christine Murray. Photography by Timothy Soar