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Saturday05 September 2015

Rafael Vinoly: An architect of two parts. His RIBA Award-winning maths institute at Oxford, left, and his Carbuncle Cup-winning Walkie Talkie

Carbuncle Cup: There but for the grace of God go all of us

2 September 2015

Many of the architects nominated for the Carbuncle Cup are also RIBA Award-winning practices. How do talented professionals sometimes get it so badly wrong, asks Eleanor Jolliffe

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Dance Base in Edinburgh by Malcolm Fraser Architects, shortlisted for the Stirling Prize

The death of a practice, out of the blue

27 August 2015

Malcolm Fraser Architects is the highest-profile firm to go under for some time. David Rogers reports

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Hank Dittmar

London's housing problems are beyond the power of market forces to solve

25 August 2015

The global pressures shaping London’s built environment now include the Airbnb effect, says Hank Dittmar

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Gillian Darley index

Philip Webb can't avoid the limelight for ever

19 August 2015

In his centenary year, it is time to make a fuss of William Morris’ unassuming collaborator, says Gillian Darley

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We did all that research and you did what?!

12 August 2015

Cabe’s reports were admired for their quality but too often gathered dust on influential desks. Writing exclusively for BD, former chief executive Richard Simmons offers some advice to those struggling to influence policy today

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Amanda Baillieu

Honest House – the real reality property show

11 August 2015

If programmes like Ugly House and Grand Designs had any basis in reality the results would be rather different, suggests Amanda Baillieu

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