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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
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?
Scabal’s skill in extracting maximum value from the budget to create an after school club building is the antithesis of the free school movement’s anti-architect doctrine
Sheppard Robson’s plans for a mixed-use development in west London have sparked outrage from local residents
Wilkinson Eyre’s £290 million Guangzhou International Finance Centre, the tallest building ever designed by a British architect, is nearing completion
The aggressive swagger of Zaha Hadid’s Evelyn Grace Academy reflects the hard-edged dynamism found within the school itself
Couple ran competition to choose designers
Woods Bagot has landed the first phase of an airport scheme in Australia with a deal to expand Perth Airport’s international terminal.
Zaha Hadid Architects has unveiled its plans for the largest cultural building in China, the Chengdu Contemporary Art Centre in Sichuan province
Against news of higher education cuts the finishing touches are being made to a college building from another era – Schmidt Hammer Lassen’s City of Westminster College