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The latest in a new AJ series looking at architects who have saved buildings from the bulldozers or brought them back to life
The flammable insulation used on the revamp of Grenfell Tower was chosen because architect Studio E was trying to achieve ‘aspirational’ thermal performance targets
Construction has finally started on Sam Jacob Studio’s plans to redevelop the site of a former pub in Shoreditch, east London, into a family centre and a home
The AJ talks to the five RIBA presidential candidates about what they would do for the profession and the institute if you give them your vote
AA fires director Franch i Gilabert Subscription
The Architectural Association (AA) has fired its director, Eva Franch i Gilabert, following a series of no confidence votes in her strategy and leadership
Lynch Architects has won approval for a timber and stone extension to Westminster Coroner’s Court
Studio Anyo has won approval to build a carbon and energy positive, zero waste housing scheme in east London
More than 150 leading figures have signed a letter supporting under-fire Architectural Association (AA) director Eva Franch i Gilabert, who narrowly lost a vote of confidence last week
The chair elect of the RIBA’s controversial new board of trustees has quit just two months after being appointed
Carmody Groarke has won approval to refurbish and extend upwards a Grade II-listed Edwardian office block in the City of London