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Construction has started on Feilden Fowles’ long-awaited new welcome and teaching centre at Carlisle Cathedral
Heatherwick Studio makes redundanciesSubscription
Thomas Heatherwick’s design studio, which recently posted significant drops in both its turnover and profits, has confirmed it has made a ‘small number of redundancies’
Japanese architect Junya Ishigami has been picked to design this year’s Serpentine Pavilion, and is planning a heavy slate-like roof which will appear to levitate over the surrounding park
Former PRP chairman Andy von Bradsky has been named as the government’s new architecture adviser
A group of leading female industry figures has begun a ’day of action’ in protest at the lack of women awarded the RIBA Royal Gold Medal
A fascinating never-before-seen document, spelling out exactly how £53 million was wasted on the unbuilt Garden Bridge, has been released by Transport for London (TfL)
The British Library has finally signed a development agreement deal that will kickstart Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners’ long-awaited plans for a £1 billion addition to its central London home
Residents of the Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners-designed Neo Bankside have lost their legal battle to force Tate Modern to shut part of a viewing platform on its Herzog & de Meuron extension
Owners of new-build homes are paying £200 more a year on bills because the government scrapped zero-carbon energy standards, according to a report
Grafton Architects has submitted plans to overhaul a 1950s block next to Selfridges in London’s Oxford Street