Herzog and de Meuron - Triangle tower Paris

Herzog's Paris Triangle 'will be first of many towers'

2 July 2015

Architects predict Triangle Tower will be joined by others after famously low-rise capital dropped height restriction

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CEIP 215 school

CEIP 215 school, Girona, Spain by H Arquitectes

This refurbishment of a 1980s school in the small Catalonian village of Vidreres prioritises durable, low-cost construction while instilling a greater sense of space that values daylighting and a stronger relationship with the outdoors

additive manufacturing

Could you 3D print your building components?

New developments in additive manufacturing are being used to make real building components that are lighter, more cost effective and structurally just as strong as their counterparts, but use 75% less material

The High Line in Manhattan

The High Line has a lot to answer for

Hank Dittmar questions whether landscape urbanism offers cities anything more than window dressing

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Amanda Baillieu

Architects have a long way to go to convince the public that Robin Hood Gardens is worth saving

Out-of-touch dinosaurs are not helping the cause, argues Amanda Baillieu

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Selling the Dream at the Architecture Foundation

When architects only tell one side of the story

30 June 2015

Are architects complicit in creating narratives that ultimately serve to line developers’ pockets? Joanna Day was at an Architecture Foundation debate on the subject

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St Mary of Eton

St Mary of Eton, Hackney Wick by Matthew Lloyd Architects

With its ancillary buildings converted into new flats, the main building of this 1892 Hackney Wick church has been refurbished and retained as a place of worship - creating a unique ecclesiastical blend for new residents

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Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux

Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux by Herzog & de Meuron

Herzog & de Meuron’s new sports stadium in Bordeaux is part of the wider regeneration of the area and taps into the classic French idea of the ‘grand projet’. But is it great architecture? Ike Ijeh takes a tour with Pierre de Meuron

Mcgrath Road by Peter Barber Architects - sketch

First Look: McGrath Road by Peter Barber Architects

London council project reinvents back-to-back housing

Igualada Cemetery

Duggan Morris' inspiration: Igualada Cemetery

Joe Morris and Mary Duggan, founding partners of Duggan Morris, on a cemetery like no other

Shell Centre

George Turner on his Shell Centre defeat: 'I did what I could'

Decision will deter public from engaging with planning system, warns campaigner in his first interview after the Appeal Court judgement

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Squire & Partners' Shell Centre masterplan

Shell Centre approval is a catastrophe

In this heartfelt piece written last year, Ike Ijeh sets out why the decision to approve the Shell Centre will damage London

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Gatwick Airport by Farrells

Farrell insists Gatwick is 'only deliverable' option for airport expansion

2 July 2015

Foster and Farrell go head to head on Davies Commission

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76 Portland Place

Work completes on Theis & Khan's new RIBA HQ

2 July 2015

Architect beat off competition from 30 rivals

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The Garden Rooms - winning Hauser & Wirth proposal by Alex Bank, Sam Casswell and Tom Graham

London Met graduates win Hauser & Wirth shed competition

2 July 2015

Competition was for architecture students and graduates

Thomas Heatherwick talking about the garden bridge at the NLA annual lecture

Heatherwick reveals his next project could be housing

1 July 2015

Designer also defends garden bridge, saying London ‘needs extraordinary things in it’

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Buckley Gray Yeoman's proposal for One Poultry

Original No1 Poultry design team condemn 'insulting' proposals

1 July 2015

Stirling’s colleagues back Twentieth Century Society’s listing bid

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BD digital edition - May 2015

BD Digital Edition - May 2015

1 June 2015

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

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Barbour ABI's June market review is out now

18 June 2015

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

A worker applies Sika Sarnafil’s  G410-18ELF PVC membrane to the roof of The Hive Worcester Library and History Centre, in accordance with CDM regulations

CPD 9 2015: Introduction to CDM

29 June 2015

The latest module in our CPD series outlines the recent changes to the CDM regulations, and explains how they will affect the way that project teams work. This module is sponsored by Sika Roofing

WA100 2015

WA100 2015: The big list

19 December 2014

View a table of this year’s top 100 architects

BIM

From smuggling computers to BIM pioneers

Ike Ijeh reports on one Budapest firm’s rise to become a leading architectural software manufacturer

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