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Wednesday16 April 2014

Mole Architecture's Hsinchu apartments in Taiwan: elevation

How a small practice won its biggest job

14 April 2014

Mole Architecture, a small Cambridge practice, is designing an entire resort in Taiwan. Principal Meredith Bowles on a risk that paid off

David Gray outside his National Sea Training Centre at Gravesend

David Gray: a life of architecture, landscape and camaraderie

10 April 2014

Peter Salter on his friend and former colleague who ‘cared hugely about architecture and the development of the talent of those that made it’

Ali Sagharchi, the chairman of the Traditional Architects Group

Farrell's critics 'are missing the point'

10 April 2014

The Farrell Review is bigger than Rogers’ Towards an Urban Renaissance, argues Alireza Sagharchi

CGI of future London, from Waterloo Bridge at 10pm. Part of the NLA London's Growing Up exhibition

Sky’s the limit — if we get the planning right

9 April 2014

Towers have the virtue of shock, but they may not be the worst we’ve done to our cities, says Owen Hatherley

Carole-Anne Davies, CEO Design Commission for Wales

Wales offers a virtual model for Farrell's 'urban rooms'

8 April 2014

The Design Commission for Wales’ new website aims to empower communities, says Carole-Anne Davies

Croydon

Croydon: 'What the rest of Britain can learn from us'

7 April 2014

Croydon was singled out in the Farrell Review as an exemplar of the proactive approach to planning. Mike Kiely, the borough’s director of planning and building control, explains why

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