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2018

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21.06.18: RIBA National AwardsSubscription

The latest AJ features all 49 winners of this year’s RIBA National Awards, ordered into nine sector categories with cultural and higher-education projects particularly plentiful; and we speculate as to which schemes could feature in this year’s Stirling Prize shortlist. PLUS A year after the Grenfell Tower Fire, architects discuss why the profession has struggled to find its voice on the disaster; Lendlease chief Jonathan Emery talks about the developer’s ...

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14.06.18: AJ100Subscription

The latest AJ is the biggest of the year, listing the largest practices in the UK with in-depth profiles of the top 25. We also announce the winners of the AJ100 awards, including Building of the Year, Practice of the Year and Contribution to the Profession. And we analyse the data from the AJ100 survey, examining areas such as fees, salary levels, international activity and practice diversity. The 136-page issue forms an invaluable almanac for the profession. 

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24.05.18: WorkplaceSubscription

The latest AJ focuses on workplaces, with studies of Rogers Stirk Harbour’s whisky distillery and visitor centre for Macallan; a series of buildings for German steelworks Stahlwerk Augustfehn by Finkernagel Ross; and London’s De Beauvoir Block scheme for small businesses and startups by Henley Halebrown. PLUS The life and work of ‘maverick and genius’ Will Alsop; seven top attractions at this year’s Venice Biennale; ...

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10.05.18: Regions + Race diversity surveySubscription

The latest AJ gets out of London with building studies of Richard Murphy Architects’ Perth Theatre makeover in Scotland; Canoe Lake Leisure tennis pavilion in Southsea, Hampshire, by PAD studio; and Eric Parry Architects’ Cedars Hall music facility at Wells Cathedral Music School, Somerset. PLUS The results of the AJ’s Race Diversity in Architecture survey, run in collaboration with the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust; ...

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26.04.18: Health and wellbeingSubscription

The latest AJ travels far and wide to bring you the best new healthcare buildings: Sergison Bates’s care home in Wingene, Belgium; a domestic violence refuge in Tel Aviv by Amos Goldreich; the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary by NBBJ with Ryder Architecture; and Glenn Howells’ TouchBase Pears building for deafblind charity Sense. PLUS We analyse architecture practices’ gender pay gap data ...

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12.04.18: Technology in practiceSubscription

The latest AJ features building studies of Hawkins\Brown’s new facility for University College London on the former Olympics media centre site in east London; factory-built housing for Urban Splash designed by George Clarke and TDO Architecture; and Jamie Fobert’s remodelling of Kettle’s Yard art gallery in Cambridge. PLUS We investigate the procurement process that led to Foster + Partners winning the Upper ...

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22.03.18: AJ Small ProjectsSubscription

The latest issue features the shortlist for AJ Small Projects 2018 – 20 schemes built for less than £250,000, ranging from pavilions and school classrooms to rope seating and even a few house extensions. PLUS Can rooftop extensions help solve the housing crisis? Ellis Woodman on the crisis facing architectural book publishing; and a round-up of this year’s MIPIM property fair.

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08.03.18: HomesSubscription

The AJ homes issue features studies of two Bristol schemes on former garage sites by Emmett Russell Architects; New Mildmay in east London by Feilden Clegg Bradley and Matthew Lloyd Architects; and Weston Street mansion block in Bermondsey by AHMM. We also look at the growing popularity of co-housing schemes, while Owen Hatherley despairs at the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station ...

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22.02.18: New townSubscription

The latest AJ focuses on the North West Cambridge development, a £1 billion city extension backed by the university. We look at AECOM’s masterplan and have building studies on MUMA’s community centre and nursery school; Lot 8 housing by Maccreanor Lavington and Witherford Watson Mann; and WilkinsonEyre and Mole Architects’ Lot 1, which includes housing, a supermarket, doctors surgery ...

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08.02.18: Women in ArchitectureSubscription

The latest AJ focuses on two architects shortlisted for Women in Architecture award for Architect of the Year: we talk to 6a co-founder Stephanie Macdonald, and feature the practice’s Black Stone apartment building in north London; and we meet Biba Dow and visit Dow Jones’s reworking of St Mary Magdalene church in Paddington. We also feature Kinnear Landscape Architects’ and Witherford Watson ...

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25.01.18: EducationSubscription

The latest AJ focuses on education projects for age groups ranging from toddlers upwards: Bogle Architects’ Early Learning Village in Singapore is one of the world’s largest nursery schools with a capacity for 2,100 children; Penoyre & Prasad’s Sibson Building provides a new home for the University of Kent’s maths and business schools; while Sheppard Robson has converted Old Marylebone Town Hall into the Sammy Ofer Centre for the ...

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11.01.18: Níall McLaughlinSubscription

The latest AJ focuses on the work of Níall McLaughlin Architects. We meet its founder on the site of the practice’s Auckland Castle visitor centre, and feature buildings studies of three of its recent projects: the Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre at Oxford University; the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art; and phase one of its additions for Cambridge University’s Jesus College. PLUS The late architectural critic and ...