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12 September 2018
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 in Wrexham. PLUS Obituaries of British Library architect MJ Long and innovative architectural educator Florian Beigel ; and the AJ reveals just how much the RIBA pays its president – a role many believed was unsalaried.
30 August 2018
The latest AJ focuses on schools, with building studies of Edinburgh’s Boroughmuir High School by Allan Murray Architects ; and two schools in the London Borough of Southwark: Haverstock ’s Belham Primary School and Cottrell & Vermeulen ’s Bellenden Primary School. PLUS We meet Patricia Brown , the behind-the-scenes fixer with big ideas for London’s future; and we look back at a controversial RIBA presidential election campaign and consider the challenges for president-elect Alan Jones.
9 August 2018
The latest AJ focuses on landscape and public realm with studies of John Puttick Associates ’ Preston Bus Station refurb, new buildings for Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre by Reed Watts and the mighty reworking of London Bridge station by Grimshaw to a masterplan by tp bennett . In News, Will Hurst asks whether the Garden Bridge trustees could be personally liable for the losses accrued by the scrapped Thames crossing; Ella Jessel visits two south London estates to learn what residents think of the London Mayor’s regeneration ballots ; and Colin Marrs looks at Margate ’s revival.
21 June 2018
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 roles on controversial estate regeneration projects; and Ellis Woodman on the Shitty Architecture Men list.