Amin Taha and Block selected in ‘global 40 Under 40’ Subscription
AJ 40 Under 40 startlets Amin Taha Architects and Block Architecture are the only British practices to be named in Spanish architecture magazine Scalae’s
Zaha Hadid has joined the list of big-name British architects working on Madrid’s Campus of Justice after winning the contest to design the new Civil Courts building at the centre of the scheme.
The blueprint for the new 2012 Olympic Park cleared its final hurdle after two huge planning applications were given the thumbs up by London’s top brass yesterday (1 October).
Rumours of Leach Rhodes Walker sale are kiboshed Subscription
Deeply troubled property company Erinaceous Group has denied it intends to sell off architectural arm Leach Rhodes Walker (LRW), despite rumours of a break-up.
Ex-BP chief Lord Browne joins Foster + Partners Subscription
Foster + Partners has claimed it has pulled off a ‘real coup’
These are the first images of Foster & Partners' proposed revamp and extension of Barcelona FC's world-famous Nou Camp stadium.
Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) chiefs have given Eric Parry a major boost by allowing the architect more time to push his controversial Holburne Museum extension through planning.
Norman Foster is to get his hands on yet another world-famous stadium revamp after it emerged his practice has been appointed to overhaul FC Barcelona's massive Nou Camp arena.
Sheppard Robson reaches final two in ChinaSubscription
No, it's not Rem Koolhaas - this is Sheppard Robson's shortlisted proposal for a 550,000m2 mixed-use development in Hangzhou, China.
CABE is urging the government to 'embed' the 20 Building for Life criteria within the planning system to stop new housing developments becoming the 'slums of tomorrow'.