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The first phase of construction has begun on a new £250,000 home in a Swedish forest designed by Edinburgh-based Sutherland Hussey Harris
Neil Murphy and Jonny Anstead of emerging developer and custom-build enabler TOWN talk about what they want from an architect, street-based design and why they are challenging the housebuilder’s norm
AHMM has submitted plans for a multi-coloured 74,000m² mixed-use shopping and office block which will replace 1-2 Broadgate in the iconic 1980s office complex
Amin Taha to speak at AJ lectureSubscription
Taha will speak about his recent work at an AJ lecture
Tricky site adepts vPPR have won planning approval for an unusual two-home scheme on a neglected backland plot in Brent, north London
The winner of the 2019 RIBA Royal Gold Medal talks to Richard Waite about architecture, recognition, and the profession’s changing fortunes
Kate Murphy, the project architect and partner in charge at Foster + Partners on the RIBA Stirling Prize-winning Bloomberg HQ explains why critics should look beyond the £1 billion price tag
Bookmaker William Hill has admitted that Foster + Partners’ RIBA Stirling Prize victory was its ‘worst result’, with more punters backing Bloomberg than any of the other shortlisted schemes
Foster + Partners’ ’astounding’ and ‘boundary pushing’ new European headquarters for media giant Bloomberg in London has won this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize
The profession reacts to Foster + Partners’ opinion-splitting 2018 Stirling Prize victory. Photo Jim Stephenson