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Conservationists still not satisfied despite retention of historic facade
Brief involves turning seven buildings into one
Former London Development Agency design director Peter Bishop has been made a director of Allies & Morrison Urban Practitioners, the new firm formed this month by the long-time collaborators.
Plasma Studio and Groundlab’s Flowing Gardens project for the International Horticultural Expo in China (pictured above) has been completed, ready for next week’s opening.
Studio Egret West is heading a team of four practices picked to work on a £350 million scheme to build 2,500 homes across a series of sites in Gateshead.
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
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
Google has appointed German practice Ingenhoven Architects to design new sustainable offices next to its existing “Googleplex” in Mountain View, California.
FaulknerBrowns Architects’ White Water Centre will tomorrow become the first 2012 Olympic venue to open to the public.
One of Britain’s most exciting young firms, Nord, has split up due to irreconcilable differences between its founding directors.