Wednesday26 July 2017


Birmingham New Street station

Birmingham New Street Station by AZPML

29 September 2015

It was never going to take a lot to improve on the squalid eyesore of the 1960s incarnation of Birmingham New Street Station. Shame though about the whiff of fakery

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King's Cross western concourse

King's Cross western concourse by John McAslan and Partners

21 March 2012

Fifteen years in planning, John McAslan’s ambitious concourse underpins a major transformation of the hitherto neglected London station


East London Line railway extension

11 June 2010

Despite being largely built during the boom, London’s newest transport link is depressingly unambitious

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NASA astronaut Edward Lu plays a musical keyboard inside the US laboratory module Destiny in October 2003.

International Space Station

04 June 2010

A few weeks ago, the final building block was delivered to the International Space Station, thus completing the first building beyond Earth. Here, one of the architects involved in its construction, charts the saga of the most technically advanced environment ever built

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Daylight from the ETFE roof reaches down to platform level.

Taking Terminal 5 to another level

BD Mag - Transport and Public Buildings - June 08

HOK and Rogers’ lifts from the Tube station to the departures hall have passengers soaring long before their flight is called — if they can find them. Three months after its troubled opening, BD Magazine sees how Heathrow’s Terminal 5 is faring.

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Terminal interior

Foster's Beijing airport terminal opens

27 February 2008

Foster & Partner’s new terminal at Beijing airport has opened ahead of the 2008 Olympics.

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Embracing London's rivers

11 January 2008

Cremorne Riverside Centre is one of the projects featured in Waterfront London: Rediscovering the Rivers and Canals of the Capital, an exhibition which opened at New London Architecture this week. Here NLA exhibition director Peter Murray explains how the Thames and its tributaries are at last being recognised as one of the capital’s greatest resources.

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