Aukett Fitzroy Robinson chief executive Nicholas Thompson

It is right to be concerned but now is not the time to panic

28 June 2016

Residency rules, lack of political leadership and a slowing economy. Problems from the Brexit fallout are piling up but the UK’s world economy status will eventually pull us through, says Aukett Swanke’s Nicholas Thompson

Eleanor Jolliffe

We didn't vote for it, but my generation is the one that must shape the future Subscription Required

27 June 2016

Eleanor Jolliffe sets aside her grief and issues a rallying cry

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Carbuncle Cup 2016

Carbuncle Cup: The Diamond, University of Sheffield by Twelve Architects

29 June 2016

Diamond by name, diamond by nature - Sheffield’s new engineering building features this overpowering three dimensional cladding

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Aldo Rossi - Architecture of the City: 1st Italian and English editions

Aldo Rossi the quiet revolutionary

Paul McGrath marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Aldo Rossi’s groundbreaking work

50 Architects 50 Buildings

Book review and competition: 50 Architects 50 Buildings - The buildings that inspire architects

BD’s long-running Architects’ Inspirations series is one of the magazine’s best-loved features. Now the twentieth-century buildings have been brought together for the first time in a new book. Paul McGrath takes a look.

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Why are you giving £250,000 to another vanity project, Sadiq?

Amanda Baillieu takes issue with the proposal to light up 17 of London’s bridges with a permanent installation

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British Airway i360

The i360 tower by Marks Barfield Architects

The £46 milllion i360 tower in Brighton may claim accolades of being the tallest moving observation tower, the first vertical cable car and the world’s most slender tower, but the execution of its design and build is the real talking point

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A visualisation of a pedestrianised Oxford St

Could the pedestrianisation of London's busiest street work?

The idea to pedestrianise Oxford Street, Europe’s busiest shopping street, has been kicked about for decades without any action ever taking solid form. With signs new London mayor Sadiq Khan has made this his pet project, Ike Ijeh looks at how feasible the transformation would be

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Alejandro Aravena in Venice

Aravena's Biennale raises taxing questions

Weighty issues come under the Venice spotlight this year. But some of them might be better addressed through tax law than architecture, suggests Amanda Baillieu

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Doubts over £300bn of Welsh infrastructure after Brexit

29 June 2016

Major road projects and future of £2bn rail project unclear

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Clatterbridge Cancer Centre BDP

Green light for BDP cancer centre

29 June 2016

£157m scheme on Wirral will open in 2019

Design Council

New Design Council chair named

29 June 2016

Terry Tyrrell takes over from Martin Temple

Malcolm Reading

Cheer up - the world still wants you, British architects told

28 June 2016

Architects being ‘unnecessarily gloomy’, says competition organiser Malcolm Reading

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HS2 'over budget and behind schedule', warns audit office

28 June 2016

Watchdog says first phase could open 12 months late

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Dulwich almshouses by Pollard Thomas Edwards. Judith Kerr Primary School is to the right

PTE's almshouses under fire in playing field row

28 June 2016

Parents beg architect not to submit planning application

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Paul Davis & Partners - 100 Piccadilly

PDP wins planning to extend listed Mayfair building

28 June 2016

Architect inherited project from Hawkins Brown

City of London

Brexit jitters see architects' shares yo-yo

27 June 2016

Atkins’ share price falls further while Aukett recovers some ground

The competition site on Nemunas Island, Kaunas, Lithuania

€25m design contest launched for Lithuanian science centre

27 June 2016

Finalists will receive €15,000

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Jules Pipe

Hackney's mayor renews attack on Bishopsgate plans

27 June 2016

Jules Pipe says proposal is a blight


BD Digital Edition - May 2016

6 June 2016

Highlights from May’s, in a magazine format

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Barbour ABI's June market review is out now

23 June 2016

Barbour ABI’s Economic & Construction Market Review for June is now available to download


CPD 13 2016: Specifying softwood decking

27 May 2016

The latest in our CPD series introduces specifying softwood decking. This module is sponsored by Marley Eternit

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