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Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners doesn’t quite get the British Museum right, says Ike Ijeh
Traders are threatening legal action against plans to move them under a proposal (right) designed by Robin Partington Associates to redevelop Shepherd’s Bush Market in west London.
A total of 20 directors and principals have quit the troubled practice in recent months
Founding head of Design for London voices anger at its likely abolition, and at loss of Cabe
Will Alsop has hit out at his local council for handing planning permission to a highly controversial Tesco development designed by Wilkinson Eyre
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.
Brent Council has begun assembling teams to work on the initial phases of a regeneration plan which will see 3,000 homes built in the north-west London borough in the coming years.
Architect honoured for encouraging other women
Richard Murphy Architects has unveiled early competition designs for a major whisky distillery HQ, hotel and conference centre in China
Renzo Piano Building Workshop working with Pascall & Watson has revealed its reworked station concourse at London Bridge, showing for the first time how the base of the Shard will integrate with the rail terminus