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11 July 2019
The AJ homes edition looks at east London’s Fish Island Village featuring housing by Haworth Tompkins , Pitman Tozer and Lyndon Goode ; as well as Graeme Nicholls Architects ’ twin-block development of flats in Ashtree Road, Glasgow; and we ask whether a slew of factory-built schemes means the modular housing future has finally arrived. PLUS a building study of Marks Barfield ’s Cambridge Mosque; architect Chris Hildrey explains how his Proxy Address scheme helps homeless people access services; the finalists in the MK:U competition to design a new university in Milton Keynes; and the shortlisted schemes in this year’s AJ Retrofit Awards .
30 May 2019
The AJ workplace edition examines three very different places of employment: Sheppard Robson ’s civic centre for the London Borough of Hounslow, which combines offices with a public library and café; Glyndebourne opera house’s production hub by Nicholas Hare Architects ; and the Institute of Physics in London by TateHindle . PLUS The boom in co-working and flexible office spaces; the full shortlists for the 2019 AJ100 Awards ; and Ellis Woodman on why the UK planning system is woefully ill-equipped to tackle climate change.
20 June 2019
The AJ100 edition 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 144-page issue forms an invaluable almanac for the profession.
22 August 2019
The latest AJ features building studies of three schools projects: Allies and Morrison ’s van Hasselt Centre at Cranleigh School in Surrey; Northampton International Academy by Architecture Initiative ; and a new building for Kingswood School in Bath by Stonewood Design . PLUS One year on, is the architecture apprenticeship scheme failing to open up the profession? And as PLP’s 22 Bishopsgate tower nears completion, founding partner Karen Cook talks about the scheme’s two-decade evolution.