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A drawing of a lavender farm built from materials found on the forest site in the South Downs National Park has won the top award for architecture at this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Transport for London (TfL) has scrapped plans by Knight Architects and Atkins for a new Thames crossing from Canary Wharf to Rotherhithe due to spiralling costs
Emerging practice Darren Oldfield Architects has won approval for this ’modern version of a woodsman’s cottage’ in the Bromley green belt
The UK’s biggest architecture practices came out to celebrate the winners of the annual AJ100 awards at a ceremony held at the Tower of London on Wednesday
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Grimshaw’s Eden Project North will be a net zero carbon attraction, new planning documents have revealed
The jury was unanimous in its choice of winner: Bryden Wood’s forward-thinking Creative Technologies team, which has developed a trio of potentially industry-changing projects
Tributes have been paid to 54-year-old architect Chris Slamon, who died while swimming in Highgate Men’s Bathing Pond on Hampstead Heath earlier this month
Nicholas Grimshaw, 79, has stepped down as chair of Grimshaw, the now global practice he set up nearly 40 years ago
The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) has said the £1 billion Old Oak Common development is ‘completely dependent on politicians nailing HS2’