Thursday26 November 2015

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Homeland insecurity: Of castles and flatshares

24 November 2015

Parisians’ instinctive response to the terrorist attacks - throwing open their doors to strangers - is one demonstration of our changing attitude to ‘home’, says Eleanor Jolliffe

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We face a race against time to save our exceptional post-modern heritage

23 November 2015

Po-mo is threatened by a building boom and its own fleeting unpopularity. But it’s not the first style to face this peril and we need to stop reinventing the wheel, writes Adam Nathaniel Furman

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How small practices can adopt BIM without hiring an expensive BIM manager Subscription Required

20 November 2015

The author of a new BIM handbook for smaller architects has some practical advice for those hesitating to take the plunge

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Hank Dittmar

Climate change will force us to think much bigger than floating houses

17 November 2015

It’s good news that urbanism will be on the agenda at next month’s climate talks, but they’re unlikely to do more than scratch the surface of a topic that will engage architects and planners for decades to come, writes Hank Dittmar

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Elisabeth Scott's passport out of the shadows

10 November 2015

Once the most famous ‘girl architect’ in the country, Elisabeth Scott spent the rest of her career in relative obscurity. Her appearance as one of only two women in the new passport is welcomed by Gillian Darley

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Is it ever worth calling in the lawyers? (by a lawyer)

9 November 2015

David Chipperfield is the latest high-profile architect to take a client to court, but every architect will face that dilemma at some point in their career. Lawyer Laurence Cobb urges caution

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