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Wednesday26 November 2014

Curtain Road, Shoreditch, east London Duggan Morris Architects

AYA shortlists: Office Architect of the Year

25 November 2014

To celebrate BD’s Architect of the Year 2014 finalists, we look at each shortlist in turn

Khalifa stadium Qatar 2022

Third Qatar 2022 stadium design revealed

25 November 2014

Dar Al-Handasah unveils Qatar’s latest World Cup stadium

AZPML's entry for the Montreal biodome

AZPML only British winner in $45m natural science project

25 November 2014

Three linked schemes aim to make Montreal a world leader in biodiversity

External dusk view of Geneva Airport - Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners

Rogers Stirk Harbour wins planning for £266m airport terminal

25 November 2014

Consent comes three years after architect was appointed

3D printing concrete

Fosters teams up with Skanska on 3D concrete printing venture

25 November 2014

Cutting-edge 3D printing technology pioneered by Loughborough University

Paul Katz of KPF

Paul Katz (1957-2014)

25 November 2014

Managing principal of KPF died after a short illness

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Barbour ABI's November market review

24 November 2014

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

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The #BDInteriors100 2014: the most useful interiors tweeters

24 November 2014

Twitter top 100 launched today - and celebrated tonight at tweet-up

istock wallet

Pay packets not matching firms' optimism, RIBA survey finds

24 November 2014

Practices say salary hopes being dashed by pressures on margins

Daniel_Gibson_Centre

Is there a BIM architecture?

24 November 2014

Ike Ijeh investigates whether the rise of BIM software is beginning to have an impact on the way our buildings look

Sellar

Sellar hunts for architect for £600m Paddington job

24 November 2014

Shard developer believes Paddington site has similarities with London Bridge

Allies & Morrison's winning Oriel College entry - maquette section

Allies & Morrison wins Oriel, interrupted

24 November 2014

Architect picked from strong shortlist for £10m design competition

Springburn Winter Gardens - first prize - James Hand and Nik Klahre

Springburn Winter Gardens winners announced

24 November 2014

Part IIs take first prize in Glasgow ideas competition

Twelve Architects' airport in Rostov-on-Don

Twelve Architects scores with World Cup airport

24 November 2014

Practice’s ‘risky’ design wins planning

Heatherwick and Arup's Garden Bridge

Garden Bridge bosses hit back

21 November 2014

Welter of attacks follows BD’s revelations about how bridge will operate

Newnham College, Cambridge

Walters & Cohen scoops Newnham project

21 November 2014

Student flats are first phase of major development project at Cambridge college

New York skyline

US billings continue to yo-yo

21 November 2014

AIA index slips but returns positive score

Peacock Theatre - proposed facade by Feix and Merlin

Feix & Merlin wins planning for theatre refurb

21 November 2014

Project includes revamped facade as well as new interior features

Straw Bale Café, Hereford Hewitt Studios

AYA shortlists: Sustainability Architect of the Year

21 November 2014

To celebrate BD’s Architect of the Year 2014 finalists, we look at each shortlist in turn

Nick Leith-Smith's Le Peep Boutique on Park Lane

Nick Leith-Smith Architects completes Park Lane nightclub

21 November 2014

Interiors inspired by Parisian peepshows

Bishopsgate towers

Tall storeys: the battle for Bishopsgate

20 November 2014

Plans for the redevelopment of Bishopsgate Goodsyard have already provoked a storm of protest. Ike Ijeh has a look at why

London mayor Boris Johnson

Smart planning agents can manipulate system, City Hall told

20 November 2014

‘Pendulum has swung quite far allowing developers to get away with what they want,’ says councillor

Mouzhan Majidi

Zaha Hadid signs up the £2 million man

20 November 2014

Ex-Foster chief Mouzhan Majidi to join architect in spring

The Mackintosh library as forensic archaeology begins

Forensic archaeologists start sifting Mac library debris

20 November 2014

Painstaking process will inform restoration of fire-ravaged building

John McAslan's N17 Studio in Tottenham

McAslan's Tottenham studio opens

20 November 2014

Office opening as part of council’s regeneration plans

Commonwealth House

Orms gets green light for office revamp

20 November 2014

Practice refurbishing Commonwealth House building

Herzog and de Meuron - Triangle tower Paris

Paris says 'non' to Herzog & de Meuron tower

19 November 2014

But mayor fights on for triangle project claiming vote was flawed

Heatherwick's garden Bridge over the Thames

Garden Bridge says parties of 8 are 'protest risk'

19 November 2014

Heatherwick crossing will ask groups of 8 or more to ‘request a formal visit’

Pentonville Road housing PTEa

Pentonville tonic for Pollard Thomas Edwards

19 November 2014

Scheme will include car hire business

leadenhall heritage

Cheesegrater tests continue into new year

19 November 2014

Investigation follows this month’s failure of two steel bolts

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Rise of the machines Video

19 November 2014

Technology is elbowing out human inefficiency in architecture, says Amanda Baillieu

Allies & Morrison's plan for Westbourne Park Baptist Church

RIBA president's church to be replaced by Allies & Morrison

19 November 2014

Westbourne Park Baptist Church will be rebuilt with 32 flats and a library

AFC Wimbledon Galliard Homes proposal to redevelop greyhound stadium

Sports fans square up over Wimbledon stadium site

18 November 2014 | Updated: 18 November 2014

Feud between greyhound and football supporters sparks rival proposals

Heatherwick Studio's Pier 55 in Manhattan - View of southern space looking north from Gansevoort Peninsula

Heatherwick takes ‘garden on river’ idea to New York

18 November 2014

Designer unveils Manhattan park on stilts

Bishopsgate towers

Buckley Gray Yeoman lands Bishopsgate Goodsyard work

18 November 2014

Firm working on office and workshop space

Oaks Prague - Haptic - courtyard

Brits dominate winners in Czech housing contest

18 November 2014

Three-quarters of slected architects are from UK

Stirling coverage on BBC News

Actually, Stirling had a vintage year

18 November 2014

The RIBA’s director of outreach counters the charge that nobody noticed UK architecture’s biggest prize this year

Singapore National Stadium Arup Associates

AYA shortlists: Sports & Leisure Architect of the Year

18 November 2014

To celebrate BD’s Architect of the Year 2014 finalists, we look at each shortlist in turn

Farrells Marlow

Former Volvo HQ to get Farrells retrofit

18 November 2014

Work starts in January

Smithsonian Institution BIG

Public display for BIG's Smithsonian plans

18 November 2014

Work on $2 billion project to start in 2016

Zandvliet, Belgium

Good neighbours?

17 November 2014

Document Nederlands 2014, showing in the new Philips wing of Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, reveals the contrasting streetscapes across the Dutch/Belgian border

ARB logo

Government says laws regulating architects will stay

17 November 2014

Next phase of review to look at Arb’s role

Heatherwick Studio and Arup's garden bridge

Garden Bridge attacked as ‘luvvies' folly’

17 November 2014

Campaign group attacks wisdom of spending taxpayers’ cash on scheme

A history of division and conflict: The Old City of Jerusalem, including the Dome of the Rock, seen through coils of razor wire.

RIBA looking 'amateurish' on Israel, warns councillor

17 November 2014

Angela Brady’s motion on country’s architects was ‘one-sided and prejudiced’

Crystal Palace

Mayor interrogated about Crystal Palace briefs

17 November 2014

Green Party challenges Boris over ‘sidelined’ masterplan

Richard Griffiths Architects' Toynbee Hall scheme

Richard Griffiths wins planning for Toynbee Hall redevelopment

17 November 2014

Project includes refurbishment and new-build

Preston Bus Station

Towards a new brutalism

14 November 2014

Paul McGrath reviews Jonathan Meades’ Barbican discussion on brutalism

A history of division and conflict: The Old City of Jerusalem, including the Dome of the Rock, seen through coils of razor wire.

Fresh Israel row engulfs RIBA

14 November 2014

Engineering and architect representatives in Palestine attack recent RIBA visit to region

Sessay in North Yorkshire

Four left batting for cricket pavilion job

14 November 2014

Winner for North Yorkshire scheme due early next year

Sheppard Robson 245 Hammersmith Road scheme

Sheppard Robson wins planning for office replacement

14 November 2014

Design aims to be more welcoming to the public

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