Barnet Tories abandon PFISubscription
One of London's biggest councils has taken the dramatic step of dropping the controversial PFI procurement method, citing design standards as one of the main factors.
Review of the Year - 2006Subscription
Ed Dorrelltakes a look back at the events in the architectural world over the past year.
A shadowy group behind a bogus website has sent shockwaves through the world of architecture after falsely claiming to have helped design some of Britain's most important recent buildings.
A conservation group is claiming that it has forced Arts Team@RHWL to rethink its proposed changes to London's famous Theatre Royal on Drury Lane.
The government has backed the Mayor of London's decision to increase London's annual housing provision target by more than 33 per cent.
UN architect attacks delays to tsunami rebuildSubscription
A United Nations architect has attacked the rebuild effort in the aftermath of the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami.
Charles to create 'eco-castle'Subscription
Prince Charles's architectural ambition has taken another step forward with news he is set to develop an eco-castle.
Conservationists have upped the ante in the campaign to stop Feilden + Mawson's conversion of Middlesex Guildhall in Parliament Square into the new Supreme Court of England and Wales.
A team made up of young guns Mae Architects and the more established Proctor Matthews has won the much sought-after Houghton Regis competition.
Calatrava unveils Tel Aviv footbridge - imageSubscription
Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava has completed this bridge in Israel.