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Wednesday26 July 2017

Chelsea stadium thumb

Herzog & de Meuron's Chelsea stadium fends off legal challenge

26 July 2017

High Court rejects judicial review application over Stamford Bridge approval

Wood Street Police Station

Go-ahead for controversial Wood Street Police Station redevelopment

26 July 2017

City of London planners agree to expansion of Britain’s only listed post-war police station

Carbucle Cup

Carbuncle Cup: 8 Somers Road, Malvern by Vivid Architects

26 July 2017

An unfortunate juxtaposition of old and new

Hopkins' Vine Street student scheme for Urbanest in the City of London

Hopkins wins planning for City student flats and start-up space

26 July 2017

Urbanest project will contain a piece of London’s Roman wall

Camley Street Bridge by Moxon Architects

Moxon unveils ‘lean’ King’s Cross bridge

26 July 2017

Pedestrian and cycle link connects Gasholder Gardens with Camley Street Nature Reserve

Brunel JTP

JTP Canning Town scheme gets council OK

26 July 2017

London mayor to make final decision on east London homes

Chinatown Liverpool 2

Legal row hits Blok's £200m Liverpool Chinatown development

25 July 2017

Council says developer owes £950,000 in missed staged payments

The Citroën Yser building in Brussels

Caruso St John, 6a and Sergison Bates knock out big guns in race for Brussels Pompidou

25 July 2017

RSHP, Foster, Zaha, Chipperfield and AL_A fail to make it on to shortlist

Hank Dittmar index

Should we be building icons or retaining our talented people?

25 July 2017

The City of London’s Culture Mile proposal is a bloated distraction from what London really needs to focus on, says Hank Dittmar

Trinity Islands Day

Manchester's tallest tower set for green light

25 July 2017

Scheme by Child Graddon Lewis due to be approved this week

Plevna Crescent

Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt lodges green Haringey scheme

25 July 2017

YAYA winner’s development has 72 homes in four ‘lightweight pavilions’

Mossbourne Academy

Avanti's Mossbourne Mk IV opens in Olympic Park

25 July 2017

School is fourth to take name made famous by Richard Rogers

Urban Edge Architecture's proposal to replace Tadao Ando's pavilion in Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester

Urban Edge applies to demolish Tadao Ando's only UK building

24 July 2017

Concrete pavilion to be replaced by larger glass and timber structure

David Chipperfield culture centre Germany

Chipperfield culture centre opens in Germany

24 July 2017

Project designed for billionaire businessman Reinhold Würth

Floors are in polished concrete and ceiling and the tops of walls are clad in birch plywood

Technical study: Larkfield Road, Dublin

24 July 2017

Tom de Paor has created an expansive network of interconnected spaces next to an end-of-terrace property in south Dublin, writes Hugh Strange

Tom de Paor

“The creative act is making the rules up until the point they break”

24 July 2017

Hugh Strange talks to Wicklow-based architect Tom de Paor about his most significant projects, his polymathic approach to architecture and his ‘paradise garden’ on an abandoned farm

Wellness

'Healthy' buildings boost productivity, Atkins study says

24 July 2017

UK output could rise by the equivalent of £20bn, report reveals

U+I Equipment Works Blackhorse Road

Green light for £130m Walthamstow scheme

24 July 2017

Mixed-use scheme will include nearly 350 homes

Southwark Tube station ticket hall designed by MJP

Force developer to rebuild Southwark Tube ticket hall, says MJP chief

21 July 2017

Reconstruction of Richard MacCormac’s rotunda ‘should be made a planning condition’

Arata Isozaki sketch - City in the Sky

Arata Isozaki: Six decades of visionary work

21 July 2017

With a productive career spanning more than six decades, more than 100 built works and an oeuvre that is unusually diverse and original, Arata Isozaki’s work is due a timely reappraisal, writes Steffen Lehmann ahead of the Japanese architect’s 86th birthday on Sunday

Mae Barnet

Mae's north London housing plan unveiled

21 July 2017

Scheme is for homes at 1970s Barnet estate

City of London Culture Mile pop up on Silk Street by Morag Myerscough: Joy and Peace

City announces plans for Culture Mile in face of Brexit

21 July 2017

Cultural institutions propose major public realm improvements - and shops in Beech Street tunnel

New York skyline

US architects stay upbeat

21 July 2017

Billings index rises for fifth consecutive month

barbour report logo

Barbour ABI's July market review is out now

21 July 2017

Barbour ABI’s Economic & Construction Market Review for July is now available to download

S6

2017 Stirling shortlist: Ike Ijeh's verdict

20 July 2017

The RIBA has produced another muted Stirling shortlist, writes BD’s underwhelmed architecture critic

Photography studio for Juergen Teller, Ladbroke Grove, by 6a architects

Stirling Prize shortlist shows 'profession at top of its game'

20 July 2017

6a, Amin Taha and Baynes and Mitchell join Stirling veterans RSHP, dRMM, Reiach & Hall and Michael Laird

The Soane Museum facade

Rafael Moneo wins inaugural Soane Medal

20 July 2017

Pritzker-winning architect to deliver lecture in Soane’s footsteps

Friars School

Alan Camp gets green light for Southwark school

20 July 2017

Mixed-use scheme to finish in 2019

Tommyfield Market Oldham

Oldham eyes town centre revamp

20 July 2017

Leach Rhodes Walker working on masterplan

Southwark station - Jubilee Line extension

MacCormac’s Southwark Tube station set for wrecker’s ball

19 July 2017

HE turns down listing bid as TfL prepares high-rise planning application

Canaletto top

Carbuncle Cup: Canaletto by UNStudio

19 July 2017

Yet another nomination from London’s City Road

Eden Walk BDP

BDP plans to open more overseas offices

19 July 2017

Palace of Westminster refurb architect says 2016 pre-tax profits jumped more than 70%

Cooke Fawcett Architects - viewing platform and kiosk project for Bold Tendencies, Peckham

Cooke Fawcett builds on Bold Tendencies' success

19 July 2017

Architect designs viewing platform and kiosk for Peckham’s cultural car park

Westminster

BDP beats big names to win Parliament refurb

18 July 2017

Deal follows last year’s Northern Estate Programme win

Wilkinson Eyre's Paris Gardens

Wilkinson Eyre set to bag planning for Blackfriars Bridge tower – again

18 July 2017

Architect worked with Brisac Gonzalez on latest iteration of scheme which includes 52-storey tower

Martyn Evans index

Grenfell: Some fundamental moral and political questions about housing provision

18 July 2017

The Grenfell fire will have a profound impact on everything from building design and procurement to our attitudes towards tall buildings and social housing provision, says Martyn Evans

Temporary Pooley bridge

Knight behind new bridge for Lake District village

18 July 2017

Original 18th-century bridge was washed away in the floods of winter 2015

Ten Streets

More architects named for Liverpool's Ten Streets scheme

18 July 2017

Shed KM and How Planning join Paris architect AWP on job

Long Marston

JTP appointed for 3,500-home garden village

18 July 2017

Cala Homes developing Long Marston site

Humber Bridge

Humber Bridge gets grade I listing

17 July 2017

Decision is centrepiece of raft of listings for Hull buildings

Gillian Darley index

We lost interest in New Towns just as we were getting them right

17 July 2017

New Towns were places were the professions worked in harmony and where housing was built that would shame today’s volume housebuilders. It’s time to look afresh, argues Gillian Darley

David Adjaye's proposals for 5 Strand

Adjaye secures planning for Trafalgar Square offices and flats

17 July 2017

5 Strand backed by George Osborne investment firm

HLM Sheffield University

HLM chalks up Sheffield OK

17 July 2017

Scheme for university to start next year

Inverness public realm

Inverness public realm set for makeover

17 July 2017

Work by Threesixty Architecture will take place around city’s museum

British Pavilion

Hunt starts for Venice British Pavilion designer

14 July 2017

Winner will be chosen in late September

Carolyn Dwyer

City planning boss wants less landmarks for Square Mile

14 July 2017

Carolyn Dwyer says the corporation will tend towards more ‘harmonious architecture’ in future

Ghost Bike

What Britain needs to realise if it really wants to go Dutch

14 July 2017

Don’t assume the Netherlands has always had great cycling infrastructure. It took coordinated public protest after thousands of deaths in the 1970s to bring about change, writes Tina Avery

Sadiq Khan

Mayor unveils 50,000 affordable homes plan

14 July 2017

Scheme will be built out over four years

Wythenshawe Community Housing Group's £22m extra care scheme.

Eight architects picked for northern housing framework

14 July 2017

Projects will be delivered across Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Nottingham and Preston

Deans Mews Adam Architecture

Adam gets Westminster homes OK

14 July 2017

Four homes aimed at families

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