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Thursday17 April 2014

Architects E-H

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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 Lee Valley venue at Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire

FaulknerBrowns’ venue open to all

FaulknerBrowns Architects’ White Water Centre will tomorrow become the first 2012 Olympic venue to open to the public.

Grote Koppel, Amersfoort, by Fat

Grote Koppel, Amersfoort, by Fat

Fat’s new building in the Dutch town of Amersfoort is good enough to eat writes Ellis Woodman.

Foster & Partners' first winery opened in Spain this week

Foster's Spanish winery uncorked

Foster & Partners’ first winery opened in Spain this week

Earle’s high school

Earle Architects reveals school plans for Aylesbury Estate

Earle Architects has designed an extension to a London school – complete with a playground on the roof

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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Studio Egret West plans a mix of styles for a former rail freight depot site.

Egret West leads £350m Gateshead homes plan Video

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.

The front of the proposed new Routemaster bus design

Thomas Heatherwick and Boris Johnson unveil London's new routemaster bus

Designer says the new model represents a return to the best of British design.

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East completes adventure playground

Architecture practice East has completed a new adventure playground building in Hastings.

Irish firm HKR closes Manchester branch

Irish practice HKR has shut its Manchester office with its branch director setting up his own practice in the city.

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