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Rupert Bickersteth

Rupert works on the AJ's digital engagement desk and is the editor or the Culture section.

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+44 (0) 20 3953 2055
Email:
rupert.bickersteth@emap.com

Stories

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    Why architects can’t work from homeSubscription

    13 March, 2020Comments (18)

    As the coronavirus spreads, going into the office is looking increasingly risky to many. What are your experiences? Leave a comment and join the conversation about what practice and the profession look like in a COVID-19 world

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    RSHP architect wins first ever MJ Long Prize at 2020 W AwardsSubscription

    6 March, 2020

    Tracy Meller of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has won the inaugural MJ Long Prize for excellence in practice for her role on the London School of Economics’ Centre Building

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    Last chance to book! W Lunch 2020Subscription

    3 March, 2020

    Last few tickets remaining for W Lunch this Friday 6 March at Battersea Arts Centre in London – book now!

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    Postponed: MJ Long Prize nominees in conversationSubscription

    13 February, 2020

    Due to unforseen circumstances the W Awards Forum, scheduled to take place at Conway Hall on Thursday 5 March, will now be postponed till later in the year

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    AJ Small Projects: 25 years of winnersSubscription

    11 February, 2020Comments (2)

    In the run-up to the 2020 awards, we look back on 25 years of winning schemes 

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    Historic England releases previously unseen images of building post-war BritainSubscription

    12 January, 2020

    Historic England has launched a substantial new image-based project, showcasing a selection of key post-war buildings

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    Tokyo 2020 Olympics venues: the retrofit gamesSubscription

    1 January, 2020

    New-builds account for only a handful of venues hosting the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo – some were even used in the 1964 games. Rupert Bickersteth reports

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    Never mind the roundabouts: Milton Keynes festival looks to the futureSubscription

    17 October, 2019

    A Festival for Creative Living, curated by a German experimental architectural practice, is a scrappy inaugural affair but full of positive energy and ideas for the new town’s urban future, writes Rupert Bickersteth

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    In pictures: EXPO 2020 Dubai pavilion designsSubscription

    30 August, 2019

    Thirty-four nations have now published designs for pavilions at the next world expo in Dubai in 2020, including the UK’s showcase, by celebrated stage designer Es Devlin. Rupert Bickersteth takes a brief look at the history of world expositions and previews the 2020 pavilions

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    Then and now: The changing face of LondonSubscription

    27 August, 2019Comments (1)

    Photographer Jason Hawkes shares from his archive, exposing the development boom in the capital. Use the slider on each of the photographs below to see how London has changed

All by Rupert Bickersteth