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Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) has unveiled plans for a 120-pupil school in Jiangxi province, China, featuring a network of ‘barrel and parabolic vaults’ part-built by robots
Leeds City council has unanimously approved plans by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios for its £350 million South Bank scheme, which includes proposals for the city’s tallest tower
Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) partner Ellen van Loon is to give this year’s Women in Architecture lecture in London next month
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) is set to submit plans to revamp Hammersmith town hall and its surroundings, having replaced Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands (LDS) on the long-running job last year
Last night the finalists in the AJ’s annual Small Projects awards – and their friends – gathered in central London to find out who had won this year’s prize
Emerging practice Al-Jawad Pike has submitted for planning its contest-winning Daubeney Road scheme – one of Hackney Council’s new wave of social housing projects
The RIBA has said it has ‘serious concerns’ about the direction of the post-Grenfell review of Building Regulations, warning that its recommendations will not bring about the changes needed
The Architects Registration Board (ARB) has said it intends to reduce its size in response to the government’s periodic review of the regulator last year
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Construction has started on a house just 3 x 5m in plan designed by MOCT Studio on a former garage plot in Bethnal Green, east London
Grimbsy-based ID Architecture has revealed plans for a new house in the Lincolnshire Wolds designed to avoid views of nearby electricity pylons