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02.11.17: Homes

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The latest, residential-themed, AJ features two housing schemes: Haddo Yard in Whitstable, Kent, by Denizen Works; and Bell Phillips Architects’ two pilot terrace schemes for the London Borough of Newham; as well as a 1980s house imaginatively transformed by Checa Romero Architects. PLUS we analyse a new salary survey that shows architects’ pay is stagnating; David Adjaye and Ron Arad’s winning proposal for the national Holocaust memorial; and we reveal the winner and runners-up in the AJ’s House of Colour competition.

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