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London’s Edward McCann Architecture has won approval to build a 240m² family home within the historic walled garden of a listed house close to Glastonbury
Later this summer the Museum of London will consult on plans for its much-anticipated move into the abandoned Smithfield market. So what has been going on since the appointment of a high-profile design team for the £250 million-plus job in 2016?
The London office of healthcare specialist Steffian Bradley Architects (SBA) has insisted the closure of its north American business will not affect operations in the UK
Reaction to Scruton sacking: ‘It was foreseeable this ludicrous appointment would end badly’Subscription
The profession has been quick to react to news that outspoken traditionalist Roger Scruton has been fired as chair of the government’s Building Better Building Beautiful Commission
An international team has submitted its scheme to convert a 1930s garage into a £107 million ‘cultural city’
Construction work has begun in China on a 133,119m² Broadway Malyan-designed campus for Westminster School
Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt has been given the go-ahead for a £25 million housing-led scheme in Cardiff city centre for build-to-rent developer PLATFORM_
New practice Pritchard Architecture: ‘Working in a prison cell became challenging as we grew’Subscription
The latest in a series of practice profiles looking at those who have recently decided to go it alone
Metropolitan Workshop has submitted an application for a new 239-home scheme in Swindon which marks the return of Nationwide as a housebuilder
John Pardey Architects has won consent to build a 133m² pre-fabricated home on stilts next to the River Tamar which pays homage to Australian legend Glenn Murcutt