Thursday19 January 2017

Jane Duncan

RIBA warns over status of EU architects working in UK

18 January 2017

President says government has to produce more detail on fate of the 9,000 EU citizens on Arb register

54 Marsh Wall

Planners back Rolfe Judd’s rejigged Docklands scheme

18 January 2017

Practice’s 41-storey Marsh Wall tower recommended for approval

Trump International Golf Club, Dubai


18 January 2017

Donald Trump’s architecture talks louder than the man himself, with its gaudy interiors and unashamed excess. But what do his developments reveal about the man who promises to transform America?

Broadway Malyan's Snow Hill public realm revamp

Broadway Malyan draws up cycling plan for Birmingham's Snow Hill

18 January 2017

Initiative involves reducing number of cars in city’s business district

Part of the Caruso St John exhibition at the Betts Project gallery

Exhibition set to showcase Caruso St John models

18 January 2017

Gallery creates “diorama” picked from Stirling Prize winner’s back catalogue

Nightingale Estate regeneration by KCA, Henley Halebrown Rorrison, Stephen Taylor and Townshend Landscape Architects

Green light for £200m Hackney estate regeneration

17 January 2017

Karakusevic Carson Architects-led programme set to deliver 400 new homes


Paris to spruce up Eiffel Tower for Olympics bid

17 January 2017

New reception areas and upgrades to lower second-floor proposed for €300m programme

Dunelm House

Appeal as Brutalist Durham union misses out on listing

17 January 2017

Twentieth Century Society to appeal decision by Karen Bradley to refuse listing status

Amanda Baillieu - home page index

Wanted: skilled communicators to help the architectural profession make itself heard

17 January 2017

Effective communication skills are an essential job requirement for senior roles. The architectural profession has some catching up to do, says Amanda Baillieu

Warsaw's Varso Tower by Foster + Partner's

Work begins on Foster's Warsaw skyscraper

17 January 2017

Scheme in downtown Warsaw set to be tallest tower in Poland

Churchill College, Cambridge

“Buildings are used, mis-used, re-used, and they get old, decay, are worn out –watching that happen is the most exciting thing”

16 January 2017

Tom Emerson of 6a Architects talks to Hugh Strange bout incorporating the passage of time into the practice’s work and the joy of watching buildings take on a life of their own

Churchill College, Cambridge

Technical study: Churchill College, University of Cambridge

16 January 2017

6a Architects’ new timber-clad student court is a clever inversion of the original brutalist college, writes Hugh Strange

Victoria Tower Gardens and Parliament

Michael Gove backs opposition to £3.5bn Parliament move

16 January 2017

MP joins group opposed to vacating Palace of Westminster for repair work

MahaNakhon tower Bangkok

Skyscraper glut continues as 2016 sets new record

16 January 2017

More tall buildings were built globally last year than ever before, with China completing the most


Benoy nabs Heathrow deal

16 January 2017

Retail specialist hired as commercial masterplanner for airport’s expansion

Conran Hove

Conran cleared for Hove housing

16 January 2017

Scheme includes 40% affordable housing

Avanti Nile Street

London council acts as developer on high-rise to fund schools and homes

13 January 2017

Hackney behind Avanti’s resi scheme off City Road where money made will not be ‘siphoned off by developer’

Museum of London

Funding lifeline for stalled Centre for Music plan

13 January 2017

City of London hands over £2.5m to help fund concert hall’s business case

The Michael Uren Biomedical Engineering Research Hub

Allies and Morrison bags White City Campus masterplan work

13 January 2017

Imperial College London appoints practice to plan southern part of research and innovation district

OMA's Factory proposals

OMA's Manchester venue approved

13 January 2017

£110m city-centre arts venue OK’d by planners

Richard Gammon

HOK director lands at Aecom

13 January 2017

Richard Gammon to head up US giant’s aviation business

Herzog & de Meuron Chelsea

Herzog & de Meuron's Chelsea stadium gets green light

12 January 2017

Council planners approve 60,000 seat landmark

Anon - View of the North Gate, Royal Pavilion, c.1880s

And you thought Brighton Pavilion was fantastical?

12 January 2017

It could have been so much more outlandish, says the curator of a forthcoming exhibition of drawings from Brighton Pavilion’s archive

Palmerston Road by Moss Architecture

Tories attack Khan over decison to call in rejected resi towers

12 January 2017

Party’s spokesman for planning at London Assembly says move sets a precedent on high-rise

Winchester Town Hall

JTP wins contest for new Winchester masterplan

12 January 2017

Firm selected to produce new planning blueprint after long-running Silver Hill troubles

The Garden House

RCA to open ‘creative hub’ in White City

12 January 2017

School of Architecture courses will be offered at Garden House building

Lee Green Estate infill housing

Lyndon Goode gets go-ahead for new Peabody homes

12 January 2017

Architect secures second infill housing development for affordable provider

Heatherwick & Arup's Garden Bridge view

Garden Bridge to ask for public’s help to plug funding gap…

11 January 2017

…as charity behind it admits it has no idea how much the final bill will be

Julia Park, head of research at Levitt Bernstein

The Green Belt: We need to be convinced that the end will justify the means

11 January 2017

With the housing white paper due out imminently and talk of building in the Green Belt Julia Park sets out what new developments need to win over the Nimby’s.

Hale Wharf

Khan calls in rejected housing schemes

11 January 2017

Mayor of London to look again at Allies and Morrison and Moss Architecture proposals

Earls Court thumb

Council warns Earls Court developer over expansion plans

11 January 2017

Council tells Capco London shouldn’t prioritise ‘more high market-value flats’

Francis Holland School - BDP

BDP gets OK for work at Sienna Miller school

11 January 2017

Scheme starts this summer

Sheppard Robson's New Victoria Manchester

Sheppard Robson numbers tonic

11 January 2017

Revenue and profits both leap

How to read Glancey book cover

Book Club review: How to Read Towns & Cities

10 January 2017

An appealing idea doesn’t stand up to scrutiny, finds Zac Carey

OMA's Factory proposals

Manchester set to green light OMA’s ‘Factory’ venue

10 January 2017

£110m city-centre arts venue recommended for approval by planners

Andrew Stunell

Lib Dem peer to lead review into Brexit’s impact on construction

10 January 2017

Ex-building regs minister Lord Stunell appointed to head up working group

Broadway Malyan MD Gary Whittle

Problem job hits Broadway Malyan profits

10 January 2017

UK scheme racks up £2.8m exceptional charge

Hodder Duncan House scheme in Stratford

Construction to begin on Hodder's Stratford tower

10 January 2017

33-storey student tower ready in 2019

Princess Margaret with Bob Chapman

Chapman Taylor co-founder dies

9 January 2017

Practice announces death of Bob Chapman at age 89

Leon Krier

It doesn't matter if skyscrapers are designed by world-class architects or hacks – they're destroying our cities

9 January 2017

London’s infrastructure was not designed to handle high rises and approving so many is an act of irresponsibility, says Leon Krier

Terry Farrell

Farrells' numbers hit by Brexit rumpus

9 January 2017

Firm saw jobs stopped ahead of last June’s EU referendum

Tate Harmer's designs for the scout museum

Scouts prepared for museum project after hiring architect

9 January 2017

Tate Harmer scoops £6m project for Scout Association

Formation Architects' Royal Duchess plans for Telford Homes

Formation Architects' East End scheme lodged

9 January 2017

Developer Telford Homes seeks approval for eight-storey residential block

Leeds College of Music

Leeds College of Music to get Ginger revamp

9 January 2017

Practice appointed to lead redesign of main performance space to help attract artists

Silvertown Quays

Silvertown developers plan 2018 start

6 January 2017

Host of big name practices on project design panel

ARB logo

Arb strikes 1,200 from register

6 January 2017

But number of non-payers falls again

Planning Houses

First starter homes to be built this year

6 January 2017

Government picks 30 councils to develop the first discounted homes

Hull university TP Bennett

Plans in for £130m Hull student flats

6 January 2017

Proposals by TP Bennett feature space for over 1,400 students

Hamburg Elbphilharmonie

Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg by Herzog & de Meuron

6 January 2017

Hamburg wanted the Elbphilharmonie to be an instantly discernible architectural symbol to lift the city’s prestige but got a faceless glass block sitting on top of a brick one. Yet in its theatrically wavy rooftop, Herzog & de Meuron has brilliantly conjured up an emblematic national icon - just don’t ask how much it cost. By Ike Ijeh

Unité d’Habitation

Le Corbusier said colour was as powerful as the plan and section. So why is it so often an afterthought?

5 January 2017

One of the myths of modernism is that it is only concerned with the white cube. Today’s architects would do well to pay more attention to colour, writes Joanna Day

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