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Friday01 August 2014

Peter Hall

Peter Hall (1932-2014)

31 July 2014 | Updated: 31 July 2014

Legendary urbanist and planner dies

Wakefield votes to get rid of Adjaye market

31 July 2014 | Updated: 31 July 2014

Architect speaks of ‘huge regret’ at loss of his first public project

Lord Tyler, former RIBA head of public affairs

Councils 'unfit to perform planning duties'

31 July 2014

House of Lords told of collapse in public sector architects

Saw Swee Hock Student Centre

LSE is BD readers' and bookies' Stirling favourite

31 July 2014

Odds shortened on O’Donnell & Tuomey’s Stirling contender

i360

Work on Marks Barfield tower finally gets going

31 July 2014

Brighton scheme first given planning eight years ago

Matthew Turner

Dear Matthew: How do I succeed in a job interview?

31 July 2014

BD’s career doctor advises a nervous candidate how not to fluff his lines

Cities' urban gems named

31 July 2014

Bloggers asked to name best ‘hidden spots’

Terry Farrell and Ed Vaizey launch consultation

Ministers to discuss appointment of chief architect

30 July 2014

Profession must lead the way in implementing the Farrell Review, say peers

Trellick Tower

Haworth Tompkins to design Trellick housing

30 July 2014

Site is part of Goldfinger’s original scheme

istock housing

HCA sets out land sale plans

30 July 2014

Disposals will be used for housing

Rathbone Great Portland_01

London tonic for Rathbone developer

30 July 2014

Great Portland Estates to ramp up starts in capital

Richard MacCormac's unbuilt Spitalfields scheme

'Too academic, sensitive and complex for corporate London'

30 July 2014

Ben Derbyshire recalls his friend Richard MacCormac

The Marque, Cambridge

Carbuncle Cup: The Marque, Cambridge by Cambridge University department of architecture

30 July 2014

The university city’s contribution to this year’s award

Lews housing by Acanthus Architects

Lewes housing gets OK

30 July 2014

Acanthus Architects deal is part of wider work

Thomas Heatherwick

Thomas Heatherwick joins Maggie's A-listers

29 July 2014

Designer selected for cancer charity’s first Yorkshire centre

Hopkins' Institute of Immunity and Transplantation at the Royal Free

Hopkins lands £42 million disease research centre

29 July 2014

UCL and Royal Free announce competition winner

High Speed Train

Plans mooted for HS2 station in middle of Sheffield

29 July 2014

Consultants asked for ideas to rival planned HS2 station to Meadowhall

Goldsmiths art gallery Assemble

Assemble chalks up Goldsmiths win

29 July 2014

New gallery will open in 2016

Eleanor Jolliffe, BD's student columnist

Don't listen to me: what do I know?

29 July 2014

BD’s new student columnist, Eleanor Jolliffe, argues that students are the last people who should be consulted by educational reformers

Paradise Circus - Birmingham

Eric Parry beats rivals to Paradise Circus job

29 July 2014

Finalists included Associated Architects, AHMM and Piercy & Co

Richard MacCormac

Architecture has lost one of its great characters

28 July 2014

Life with Richard MacCormac was never dull, recalls BD editor Thomas Lane

Richard MacCormac, RIBA president 1991–1993

Richard MacCormac, 1938-2014

28 July 2014

Former RIBA president dies after a long illness

Oxford Station 4

AHR reveals masterplan for £75m Oxford station revamp

28 July 2014

Architecture competition to be launched for concept

Going up - growth arrow

TP Bennett's profits surge

28 July 2014

Revenue up by a fifth

Broadway Malyan Dubai

Broadway Malyan expands Dubai resort

28 July 2014

Work includes adding 350 rooms

St Paul's Bow Common - SW elevation - archive shot

Repairs boost for 'Britain's best post-war church'

28 July 2014

Heritage architect Kelley Christ begins work to survey damage after fabric collapse

Levitt Bernstein Brunswick Centre scheme

Richard Rogers warns of threat to Brunswick Centre

28 July 2014

Levitt Bernstein scheme criticised as ‘wrong development in wrong place’

Chichester Festival Theatre

Chichester Festival Theatre

28 July 2014

Haworth Tomkins has subtly remodelled Chichester Festival Theatre, a 1960s classic that has regained its original vision while also achieving modern performance and efficiency standards

RIBA president Stephen Hodder

Hodder to meet Israeli and Palestinian architects

25 July 2014

But president rejects Palestinian request to address RIBA

Jane Duncan

Duncan blames recession for low turnout

25 July 2014

President elect denies election apathy means institute is ‘out of touch’

Royal Docks

Huge east London schemes edge closer

25 July 2014

Silvertown Quays in for planning while Royal Docks gets green light

Alison Brooks Peabody

Peabody picks nine for major projects panel

25 July 2014

Pitman Tozer working across both large and small frameworks

Countryside: Safe from harm?

What is the Green Belt for?

25 July 2014

It’s time to start building houses on London’s protected cordon, says Amanda Baillieu

Goodsyard

Bishopsgate scheme in for planning

25 July 2014

PLP working on resi towers

Heatherwick Olympic cauldron

Locog settles Olympic cauldron row out of court

24 July 2014

Thomas Heatherwick mourns ‘cynical timing’ as cauldron goes on permanent display this week

Ben Derbyshire

RIBA Council names new members

24 July 2014

Derbyshire and Assael both win seats

Heneghan Peng's Greenwich school of architecture

First Look: Heneghan Peng's Greenwich school of architecture

24 July 2014

BD takes a look round the architect’s new library and School of Architecture and Construction for the University of Greenwich

Stitch's completed houses at Goresbrook Village

Architects welcome mayor's £400m housing boost

24 July 2014

Funding announced for thousands of ‘affordable’ homes in London

AYA

AYA entry details announced

24 July 2014

Deadline is September 12

Adrian Dobson - RIBA director of practice

Architects' confidence rises again

24 July 2014

Scotland the most optimistic region

southall

Southall revamp unveiled

24 July 2014

Boris Johnson’s plans include 6,000 homes

Archivate's Contemplating Communtiy

Archivate gives library a voice

24 July 2014

Listening project opens in listed library

Jane Duncan

Jane Duncan named new RIBA president

23 July 2014

New head is third woman in past four races to take the post

dRMM's Royal Victoria Dock scheme - cable car

DRMM wins Royal Docks competition for floating village

23 July 2014 | Updated: 23 July 2014

Architect proposes Dutch-inspired custom-build community

Strelitzia 1

Carbuncle Cup: Strelitzia by LK2 Consultants

23 July 2014

Our latest nomination is a building inspired by the Bird of Paradise flower

Aerial view of the Wood Wharf Masterplan

Green light for Allies & Morrison's Wood Wharf masterplan

23 July 2014

Outline permission granted for 30 new buildings in London’s Docklands

Principal Place

Amazon interest sparks hope for Foster's Principal Place scheme

23 July 2014

Pre-let could kick start construction of City fringe scheme

Kate Fletcher of Arup Associates: BD BIM Taskforce

BIM libraries - help or hinder?

23 July 2014

There are plenty of drawbacks to relying on external libraries, argues Kate Fletcher

Frank Whittle Partnership's Preston Guild Hall proposal

Frank Whittle unveils £1m proposal for Preston

23 July 2014

New look proposed for 1970s RMJM venue

Crown Sydney at Barangaroo by Wilkinson Eyre Architects

Wilkinson Eyre unveils Sydney tower inspired by Wren church

23 July 2014

Barangaroo casino ‘works hard’ at eye level, says Chris Wilkinson

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