The building’s architect Paul Hinkin argues for preservation, but Robert Park says the idea of sustainability is changing
Is an office complex really best for the former market site?
Will homes like Rogers’ Y:Cube help make housing more affordable or should we be exploring the potential in existing buildings?
Are space standards crucial to prevent cramped living or another example of unwelcome red tape?
Are the government’s changes politically motivated or necessary to the planning process?
Duncan Bowie says unsustainable development must stop, while Shelagh Grant says density is the only way to double London’s homes
The images were intended to provoke discussion, says Henrietta Billings, but Ben van Bruggen argues they are just a gimmick
Defining the role of the architect is at the centre of the current wrangling about title
If the recession really is over, maybe it’s time to end the culture of underbidding
When smartening up the future clashes with protecting the past
Roger Zogolovitch says hooray for Boris Johnson, but Edward Clarke points to local authorities’ balancing of different stakeholders’ needs
Yes says Russell Curtis from RCKa Architects, 2014 will be a year of opportunity, while Hari Philips from Bell Philips argues that there is still a paucity of projects
Feilden Clegg Bradley’s new plans for the London arts complex: putting things right, or merely tweaking?
Is it a new dawn for UK architecture?
Thomas Heatherwick’s proposed “garden bridge” is appealing, but is it worth building?