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Hackney Council’s £20 million construction framework is running a year behind schedule after it was inundated with architects jostling for a spot on the list
AJ100 Employer of the Year shortlist announcedSubscription
The AJ can reveal the eight practices in the running for the coveted AJ100 Employer of the Year award
Hawkins\Brown and HTA Design have been appointed as the design team for the first homes on Enfield Council’s £6 billion development of Meridian Water in north London
The AJ has uncovered that Karakusevic Carson Architects was behind Lendlease’s winning bid for Peabody’s £8 billion Thamesmead regeneration project
The AJ can reveal the six practices battling it out for the title of AJ100 Sustainable Practice of the Year 2019
Labour has pledged to scrap a controversial planning ‘get-out clause’ which allows offices to be converted into homes without planning permission
‘Architectural criticism is a monoculture’: new mag Afterparti gives platform to underrepresented voices Subscription
A new publication has launched offering a fresh look at architecture from a diverse range of up-and-coming voices. So what are its aims and why is it needed?
Heatherwick Studio has revealed the first images of EDEN, a new residential tower in Singapore featuring a series of lush hanging gardens – the practice’s first residential project in Asia
Architect Madeleine Kessler and writer and educator Manijeh Verghese have been selected by the British Council to curate its pavilion at the 17th Venice architecture Biennale
Lambeth Council has announced it is taking the controversial regeneration of its 1960s Central Hill estate in south London back in-house after ditching a contractor it had picked to lead the project