Wednesday25 May 2016

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Maggies Centre, Kirkcaldy

Maggie's Centre, Kirkcaldy by Zaha Hadid

In 2006, Zaha Hadid’s first UK building opened. It was a Maggie’s cancer care centre in the grounds of a Kirkcaldy hospital and BD’s then architecture critic Ellis Woodman found that it took excellent advantage of a quirky site to create architecture of a very high order. This is what he wrote

A 100m race track cuts across the plan linking the two site entrances.

Evelyn Grace Academy, Brixton, by Zaha Hadid Architects

The aggressive swagger of Zaha Hadid’s Evelyn Grace Academy reflects the hard-edged dynamism found within the school itself

pH+ Acton Homes

pH+ wins consent for Acton timber-clad homes

Architect designs 37 timber-clad homes by Great Western Railway

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RHP facility at Cambridge University's department of chemistry

RHP wins consent for Cambridge chemistry facility

Architect wins planning for new centre for study of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s at Cambridge University

Bordeaux’s vast Génicart estate houses 10,500 and occupies 10% of all municipal land owned by the city

District 33, Bordeaux, by LAN

LAN’s £12m urban renewal of part of the gigantic Génicart housing estate in the Bordeaux suburb Lormont relies on a radical over-cladding strategy and distinguishes public and private space. Could this model influence British cities?

Peter Barber Architects' North Street scheme

Brace of Peter Barber schemes in Barking get OK

Planning for pair of social housing jobs

Pankhurst Centre

BTP wins Pankhurst centre refurb

Practice wins design role on £2.6m restoration of landmark centre in Manchester

McAlsan has been appointed to revamp Burrell Collection

McAslan scoops Burrell Collection revamp

McAslan appointed to £66m refurbishment of Scottish gallery

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BDP John Moores

Plans sent in for BDP's £80m Liverpool university scheme

Practice will design new John Moores University campus at Royal Mail site


Dokk1 by Schmidt Hammer Lassen

Based at the heart of a regeneration of Denmark’s second city Aarhus, Dokk1 library rejects tradition for innovative design that borders on science fiction. But is this the library of the future?

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