Tuesday03 March 2015

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Antony Gormley hotel sculpture

Open House 2014 frenzy commences

Cheesegrater, Antony Gormley hotel room and Saw Swee Hock centre among new additions

View from the north

Caught between two stools

Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners doesn’t quite get the British Museum right, says Ike Ijeh

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Copperas Hill

BDP bags £80m Liverpool city centre scheme

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

Make's revised scheme for Tesco in Bath

Make forced to redesign controversial Bath supermarket

Conservationists still not satisfied despite retention of historic facade

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Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands' scheme for Bonhams - Haunch of Venison Yard

Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands to create Bonhams' HQ

Brief involves turning seven buildings into one

Chichester Festival Theatre

Chichester Festival Theatre

Haworth Tompkins has subtly remodelled Chichester Festival Theatre, a 1960s classic that has regained its original vision while also achieving modern performance and efficiency standards

 Frank Gehry

Fresh doubts over Gehry's Eisenhower Memorial

Tribute to WWII general-turned-president faces funding block

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A sketch of Ron Arad's Tom Vac chair.

Architects take turns in Arad hot-seat

Practices including Coffey, Make and AHMM redesign Tom Vac chair as part of Clerkenwell Design Week

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The jaunty triple gable end of the building greets the approach from the south-east.

South Norwood Hill Children’s Centre by Erect Architecture

Erect Architecture’s joyful reinvention of a nursery building in South Norwood, London, has a lot to teach us about working with existing buildings and systems, says Oliver Wainwright

The red-brick frontage has been punctured by two new windows at ground level.

Caistor Arts & Heritage Centre by Jonathan Hendry Architects

This reinvention of a Primitive Methodist chapel in Lincolnshire as an arts and heritage centre is one of the early manifestations of the Big Society

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