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14 March 2019
The latest AJ examines three rural homes: Hampshire House by Níall McLaughlin Architects and ‘country-house clause’ schemes Black Barn in Suffolk by Studio Bark and Barrow House on the Lincolnshire Wolds by id architecture PLUS The first in a series on new ways of working looks at community land trusts ; and five sustainability leaders each highlight one thing architects could do tomorrow to limit climate change .
31 January 2019
The AJ looks at new university buildings with studies of Walters & Cohen ’s Dorothy Garrod building for Newnham College, Cambridge; the Bayes Centre at the University of Edinburgh by Bennetts Associates ; and University College Dublin’s Confucius Institute by Robin Lee Architecture . But do these mark the tail end of the higher education gold rush? We investigate whether work on university estates is drying up. PLUS The Hoxton Press, a twin-tower housing scheme by Karakusevic Carson and David Chipperfield Architects ; avant-garde 60s collective Archigram sells its archive to a Hong Kong Museum; and winners and shortlists for the 2019 Women in Architecture awards .
26 March 2019
Façades and cladding: Mapleton Crescent, modular residential tower in Wandsworth by Metropolitan Workshop ; Luxembourg housing by Andrew Phillips ; and Pocket House in East Dulwich by Tikari Works
14 February 2019
The AJ’s Women in Architecture issue features interviews with Elizabeth Diller , co-founder of Diller Scofidio + Renfro and winner of this year’s Jane Drew Prize; and architectural photographer Hélène Binet , who has won the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize for women working in the wider industry. PLUS We revisit O’Donnell + Tuomey ’s Saw Swee Hock LSE student centre to see how it is faring five years on; the AJ’s Working in Architecture survey shows men are paid more than women to do the same work; and we look at the increased appetite for modular housing .