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For the past 20 years, Patricia Brown has acted behind the scenes to shape major developments across London. Now she’s going public to say we need a new approach to regeneration in the capital that improves everyone’s lives. Christine Murray reports
Lendlease chief Jonathan Emery talks to Richard Waite about the developer’s roles on controversial estate regeneration projects and on a new wave of truly mega-projects in the capital
Rob Wilson talks to Dow Jones Architects co-founder Biba Dow, shortlisted in the Architect of the Year category for her work on the Garden Museum in the 2018 Women in Architecture Awards. Photography ...
Stephanie Macdonald of 6a: ‘I am so impressed by the generations of women coming after me’Subscription
Jon Astbury talks to 6a Architects co-founder Stephanie Macdonald, shortlisted in the Architect of the Year category for her work on Cowan Court in the 2018 Women in Architecture Awards
Adam Branson talks to Finn Williams, co-founder of a new initiative aiming to shake up council planning departments with an injection of design talent. Photo Anthony Coleman
With the AJ featuring the work of Níall McLaughlin Architects this week, Rob Wilson met Níall on site in Bishop Auckland. Photography by Ben Blossom
Feilden Fowles: From community farm to cathedralSubscription
Laura Mark visits Feilden Fowles’ new studio to see how the practice is carving a niche in community-minded projects
‘Architects need to learn from the way buildings are used’: Interview with UKGBC boss Julie HirigoyenSubscription
PROFILE: As the UK Green Building Council nears its 10th birthday, Will Hurst spoke to chief executive Julie Hirigoyen about accusations of corporatism and whether the political climate is a threat to sustainability
V&A Dundee director Philip Long is overseeing a project that has soared in cost and is running three years late. He tells Ella Braidwood about altering Kengo Kuma’s design and his hopes for the new museum
Britain’s top architecture practices face a brash new challenger as Bjarke Ingels brings his global brand to London. We should be afraid, says Richard Waite