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Sanei Hopkins Derbyshire house south view

Planners approve Sanei Hopkins Derbyshire house

Couple ran competition to choose designers

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Woods Bagot's plans for Perth airport

Woods Bagot wins Perth Airport expansion project

Woods Bagot has landed the first phase of an airport scheme in Australia with a deal to expand Perth Airport’s international terminal.

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The head, heart and tail of Zaha’s Chengdu art centre

The head, heart and tail of Zaha Hadid’s Chengdu art centre

Zaha Hadid Architects has unveiled its plans for the largest cultural building in China, the Chengdu Contemporary Art Centre in Sichuan province

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Schmidt Hammer Lassen’s City of Westminster College

Last of the big spenders - Schmidt Hammer Lassen's City of Westminster College

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

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A 100m race track cuts across the plan linking the two site entrances.

Evelyn Grace Academy, Brixton, by Zaha Hadid Architects

The aggressive swagger of Zaha Hadid’s Evelyn Grace Academy reflects the hard-edged dynamism found within the school itself

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The building sits in the corner of the playground like a toy house, wrapped with cedar floorboards.

School House at St Elizabeth primary school, Bethnal Green, by Scabal

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 proposed public square.

Sheppard Robson scheme sparks fury

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

Wilkinson Eyre towers over Guangzhou

Wilkinson Eyre’s £290 million Guangzhou International Finance Centre, the tallest building ever designed by a British architect, is nearing completion

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Looking from entrance through the courtyard of Simon Conder’s Malindi house in Eastcliff, Cornwall.

Simon Conder Associates’ Eastcliff houses

Two houses on the windswept Cornish coast rely on traditional passive solutions

Wilkinson Eyre's Tesco scheme

Wilkinson Eyre bags planning for controversial Tesco

Wilkinson Eyre’s controversial Tesco development for Sheringham in Norfolk has won planning permission after a heated six-hour meeting in which the committee chairman had to use a casting vote.

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