Manchester studio buddies Assorted Skills + Talents (AS+T) and Jeffrey Bell Architects have won approval for the £50 million second phase of the Leeds Monk Bridge scheme featuring a park similar to New York’s High Line
Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Robert Venturi • Colin St John Wilson’s demolished lab • Fosters partners’ £23m bonus • SAVE redesigns St Michael’s • Brexit ‘dull design’ warning
The latest AJ features the winners of our 2018 Retrofit Awards, a celebration of creative repurposing covering 13 different building categories; as well as a full building study of the overall winner: Ian Ritchie Architects’ Susie Sainsbury Theatre and Angela Burgess Recital Hall for the Royal Academy of Music in London; and a study of a possible future contender: Featherstone Young’s Tŷ Pawb retrofit arts building ...
More headaches for Enric Miralles in Scotland. I hear that the boys at MI5 have demanded a further 9m encroachment on the perimeter of the site as a no-go area for cars. The idea is going down a bomb . .
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