Brian Reynolds

Top architect given 200 hours for role in financing brothels

27 January 2015

Associate director Brian Reynolds suspended by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands


    New titles to review in January's architecture book club

    Join BD’s Book Club for a chance to review one of nine new titles

    Mikyoung Kim Design's Crown Sky Gardens - Integrating gardens as an essential feature not an additional luxury

    Why designing 'tree views' into your hospital is so important

    Designer, writer and television presenter Oliver Heath digs through the research to demonstrate how biophilic design can improve lives and save money for healthcare clients

    House on a Hillside, Wyhlen by Gian Salis

    House on a Hillside, Wyhlen by Gian Salis

    Hugh Strange explores how architect Gian Salis not only navigated his way around a building on a steep incline, but made it a complementing feature of this concrete-framed house


    And the Oscar for best architect goes to...

    Ike Ijeh on how Academy Award-winning special effects software is being combined with BIM to give architects mind-bending simulation capacity

    British pavilion, Milan

    Milan's British pavilion promises to be the Queen Bee

    Much of the site of this year’s British pavilion in Milan will evoke the spirit of British landscapes. But its crowning achievement will be a gigantic recreation of a beehive, reports Ike Ijeh

    WA100 2015

    WA100 2015: Specialism tables

    23 January 2015

    The top architectural firms in each specialism ranked by fee income

    Taichung International Convention and Exhibition Center in Taiwan is scheduled to complete in 2017

    WA100 2015: Market sector tables

    19 January 2015

    The top architecture practices in each market sector ranked by fee income

    Schiphol Airport Amsterdam

    Dominic Papa's Inspiration: Schiphol Airport

    S333 founder praises the clarity and logic of Schiphol Airport’s transparent design

    James Maddock

    Space: The final frontier

    Our understanding of the kinds of workspaces employees require is changing and this will result in offices that are more flexible and responsive to the varied needs of their occupiers, says DTZ’s James Maddock

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    Dorsett Hotel

    Dorsett Hotel, west London by Flanagan Lawrence

    Flanagan Lawrence has skilfully recaptured the golden age of cinema with the sensitive renovation of the derelict, grade II-listed Shepherd’s Bush Pavilion

    Ed Vaizey at Dudley Zoo with the zoo's chief executive Peter Suddock and a Tecton structure

    Vaizey praises Tecton restoration

    27 January 2015

    Architecture minister tours Dudley Zoo project

    Steve Tompkins

    Steve Tompkins, Alison Brooks and Ted Cullinan headline Ecobuild

    27 January 2015

    BD to host debates on towers, housing design quality and whether demolishing sustainable buildings can ever be justified

    Remember this? The Can of Ham set for start

    27 January 2015

    Construction to begin this summer and finish in 2018

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    Centre Point Tower

    Centre Point work begins

    27 January 2015

    Scheme set to finish in summer 2017

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    Barbour ABI's January market review is out now

    22 January 2015

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

    BS 5534 has been updated to reflect the increase in extreme weather and to align UK practice more closely with European standards

    CPD 2 2015: Revisions to BS 5534

    26 January 2015

    The latest in our CPD series explains why BS 5534 has been revised and outlines the key changes that designers and contractors need to understand. This module is sponsored by Marley Eternit

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