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In these exciting – if tricky – times, practices are finding new and ingenious ways of working and connecting with clients, writes Emily Booth
Three in ten London architects are from other parts of the EU, research has revealed
A court case in which an architect was ordered to pay £500,000 in damages plus costs over a ‘wonky’ home cinema, could have ’wide implications’ for the profession, architects have been warned
RIBA board member and Scott Brownrigg’s director of practice Helen Taylor has challenged architecture firms to take on more apprentices
Careers expert Matthew Turner advises an architect looking to focus more on UK work
Architects are coming under pressure from employers to opt out of the 48-hour working week, according to an AJ survey
Careers expert Matthew Turner advises an architect who feels they have been overlooked
Women in Architecture: Mind the pay gapSubscription
The AJ reveals the results of its latest Working in Architecture Survey and asks: how can the profession close its persistent gender pay gap?
Purcell has grown its earnings by almost a third and revealed plans to become employee owned
HTA Design has opened an office in Manchester, becoming the latest London-based practice to set up an outpost in the city