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The AJ can exclusively reveal the team chosen to design a £10 million ‘world-class, exemplary’ public space outside Croydon’s newly refurbished Fairfield Halls
Guy Hollaway Architects has won approval for Haneton, a ’country house clause’ home in the Kent Downs designed around ’hygge’, the in-vogue Danish concept of cosy living
The government has confirmed it is reintroducing post-study work visas for international students as part of a wider reform of the immigration system
Boris Johnson is understood to have asked for a feasibility report into a proposed bridge between Northern Ireland and Scotland – an idea revived by architect Alan Dunlop last year
The latest in a series of practice profiles looking at architects who have recently decided to go it alone
The AJ can reveal the last batch of finalists in the running for this year’s AJ Architecture Awards
A proxy address system, which its UK architect creator hopes will help alleviate the problems of the homeless, is among the nominations for the Beazley Designs of the Year, awarded by the Design Museum
The AJ can reveal the third batch of finalists in the running for this year’s AJ Architecture Awards
Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt has won approval for a £2.6 million pavilion to replace an outdated sports and social club in Basingstoke, Hampshire
The AJ can reveal the second batch of finalists in the running for this year’s AJ Architecture Awards