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- Get your own house in order first, RIBA
- Point of departure
- Arles' towering folly
- What is the Green Belt for?
- There are bigger issues for architects than Israel
- This year's British Pavilion rights past wrongs
- University challenge
The AA’s Crit Club debates the future of the high street
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 ?