Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Stirling shortlist • Tim Ronalds dumped at Bradford • Grayson Perry • Grenfell police interviews • Haringey regen axed • Railway museum contest scrapped
The latest AJ focuses on homes, with building studies of Tonkin Liu’s RIBA National Award-winning Old Shed New House in North Yorkshire; Mole Architects’ Fijal House in Cambridgeshire; and a house in Hollybrook Grove, Dublin, by David Leech Architects. We also look at why so few Country House Clause projects win planning approval. PLUS a Yorkshire parliament concept wins the top architecture prize at the RA ...
Prison architecture is the subject of the latest exhibition at The Architecture Centre, Narrow Quay, Bristol. Photographs taken during a three-year project by the rchme will be on show until 22 January. Details 0117 922 1540.
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