Holy Trinity Primary School, Dalston

Holy Trinity Primary School, London by Rock Townsend

1 December 2016

A lack of space means that many new schools in London are built within residential schemes and lack a visual expression of their own

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1 Undershaft Eric Parry

London Shafted

Planning permission for 1 Undershaft is yet another attack on London’s skyline and character, argues Ike Ijeh

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Helen Hayes

Helen Hayes MP: The politics of planning

Helen Hayes is the Labour MP for Dulwich and West Norwood in south London and she is also the only planner sitting in Parliament. Switching to politics in 2010 she shares her views on communities, Brexit and Trump.

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Citizen M Tower of London axometric diagram

Manufacturing the future

Architects shouldn’t be frightened off by Mark Farmer’s calls for modern methods of construction - they should see it a new opportunity for creativity

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Big Saves book cover

Book Club review: Big Saves: Heroic transformations of great landmarks

Benjamin Fallows thinks this book’s ‘pamphlety’ delivery obscures its important message on conservation

BD October cover

BD Digital Edition - October 2016

7 November 2016

Highlights from October’s www.bdonline.co.uk in a magazine format


Glazing Vision’s box rooflights unlock roof space and add value to city properties

Box rooflights for access

26 October 2016

Glazing Vision’s box rooflights unlock roof space and add value to city properties

Brexit uncertainty hits architects' job prospects

30 November 2016

Junior roles most affected but recruitment expert says demand for project architects ‘remains strong’

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Cottrell and Vermeulen receive their Architect of the Year Award from Stephen Fry

AYAs entry deadline extended

Closing date for submissions for the annual architecture extravaganza extended until December 5

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.

Guggenheim Helsinki

Guggenheim blames anti-globalisation mood as it gives up on Helsinki outpost

2 December 2016

Councillors reject plan to use public cash to help fund museum’s £110m cost

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DSDHA Covert House

Latest finalists for House of Year revealed

2 December 2016

Winner due later this month

Garden of Playfulness erz landscape architects

Hoskins submits plans for garden at Scottish castle

2 December 2016

Glasgow landscape architect Erz also working on Brodie Castle scheme

Design Museum

Mandelson new chair of Design Museum

2 December 2016

Alice Black promoted to co-director with Deyan Sudjic

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Newhall, Harlow by Sheppard Robson

Sheppard Robson completes 'rural' Harlow homes

2 December 2016

Scheme is part of second phase of work at Essex site

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Crossrail Liverpool Street

Crossrail 2 to let more than 200 contracts by early 2020s

1 December 2016

Scheme’s head of commercial at Crossrail 2 says main work will start early next decade

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Montgomery Bridge in Canary Wharf by Flint and Neill and Knight Architects - Montgomery Square elevation

Knight wins planning for Canary Wharf bridge

1 December 2016

Construction of road and footbridge due to start next year

Hong Kong

Scott Brownrigg teams up with Hong Kong practice

1 December 2016

Partnership with local firm One Space aimed at widening Asia Pacific work

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The Apex

Suffolk town lines up masterplan team

1 December 2016

David Lock and Peter Brett hired for Bury St Edmunds vision

Ecobuild 2016

Ecobuild launches offsite masterclasses

1 December 2016

Event being held next March

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BD’s WA100 survey launched

2017 questionnaire now open for entries

Latest data

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Barbour ABI's November market review is out now

24 November 2016

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

At Beaumont, a Country and Coast Homes development in Exeter, CX cavity lintels from Catnic supported the sharp, unusual shape of the buildings

CPD 22 2016: Specifying steel lintels

29 November 2016

Correct specification and installation is critical to the performance of a steel lintel. This CPD, sponsored by Catnic, outlines the main points to consider

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