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The latest in an ongoing AJ series looking at architects who have saved buildings from the bulldozers or brought them back to life through innovative interventions
David Chipperfield Architects has been picked to restore the 1927 Central Telegraph building in Moscow
Graeme Nicholls Architects has unveiled plans for an unusual 160-home residential scheme next to Glasgow’s Ibrox Stadium shaped like a broken ‘O’
Architecture studio TDO has revealed its designs for the £18.5 million office-led redevelopment and retrofit of an inner-city block in Southwark, south London
WilkinsonEyre and engineer WSP have won approval for the new Old Oak Common station in west London, which is being billed as the ‘best-connected rail station’ in the country
The prime minister has announced he wants to ‘re-open society’ and release schoolchildren and those unable to work remotely from their enforced Covid-19 lockdown. How will design play a part in allowing a phased return for employees and pupils, and what are the longer-term implications?
The AJ, in partnership with the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, has launched a new survey to gather up-to-date evidence on race diversity within architecture
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The AJ talks to Megan Charnley, a Public Practice associate embedded in Newham Council, about how the coronavirus has affected her work
Tim Groom Architects has submitted plans for a 380-home scheme close to both Old Trafford football and cricket grounds in Manchester
The City of London has ignored an objection from Historic Royal Palaces and unanimously approved a 36-storey tower in the Square Mile by Eric Parry Architects