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WilkinsonEyre has replaced Farshid Moussavi Architecture on a scheme to build a new office block at 130 Fenchurch Street in central London, the AJ understands
A team led by Studio Egret West has won approval for the first phase of the £1.4 billion Mayfield regeneration scheme in Manchester city centre
Christopher Pincher has become the 10th housing minister since 2010 following the departure of Esther McVey in the latest ministerial clear-out
Residents of the Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners-designed Neo Bankside have failed in their bid to stop Tate Modern visitors peering into their flats
Westminster Council’s planning committee has unanimously refused Adjaye Associates and Ron Arad’s proposed Holocaust Memorial in the Grade II-listed Victoria Tower Gardens
ABK co-founder Paul Koralek dies aged 86Subscription
Architect Paul Koralek, one of the co-founders of celebrated Modernist practice Ahrends Burton and Koralek (ABK), has died
The Serpentine Gallery has chosen the all-woman team which leads South African practice Counterspace to design its annual summer pavilion
Sergison Bates has won the contest to overhaul and extend the 1970s town library and museum of cultural history in Bulle, in the Swiss Canton of Fribourg
The latest in an AJ series looking at architects who have saved buildings from the bulldozers or given them a new lease of life
The Mayor of London has asked housing secretary Robert Jenrick to refuse an appeal against his decision to turn down Foster + Partners’ controversial Tulip tower