Amanda Baillieu is editor-in-chief of BD, overseeing all BD publications and events. You can email her on firstname.lastname@example.org or follow her on Twitter @AmandaBaillieu
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RIBA is sidetracked by fighting the wrong battles, writes Amanda Baillieu
Ministers might have learnt something if they’d turned up to Venice, writes Amanda Baillieu
Universities might have billions to splash on new buildings but they need to set their ambitions a whole lot higher, writes Amanda Baillieu
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- What would Cedric Price make of it all?
- Let our urban imaginations take flight
- Dear reader: I’m leaving BD. It’s been great and I’ll miss you
- Stonehenge’s 21-year saga shows how little we care
- To unlock funds the RIBA needs the popular touch
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After a year BFLS has finally re-branded but was it worth the wait ?
Mipim teaches you how to tell the hunter from the game
- Upcycling the profession
- The end of the week?
- Let them drink bottled water
- If a pub isn't a community asset what is ?
- How to get ahead of the curve
- Me, Peter Zumthor, and my broken sandal
- Where are the angry planners ?