Monday26 January 2015

Peter Shaw, left, who becomes global board director of Aedas, with Keith Griffiths, chairman of Aedas.

Aedas buys RHWL with an eye on Asia

26 January 2015

Merger will strengthen Aedas’s cultural work

Florala Properties and HHbR - Proposed view from London Wall looking west

Robert Smirke architect speaks out over decision to quit job

26 January 2015

Simon Henley tells replacement firm Jamie Fobert the project is a ‘poisoned chalice’

Kengo Kuma's revised V&A Dundee design

New York practice puts boot in to V&A over soaring Dundee costs

26 January 2015

‘We all knew it never could be built to budget,’ Rex tells BD


Architects busier than ever, RIBA survey says

26 January 2015

Under-employment at lowest since Future Trends survey started

Rafael Viñoly

Rafael Vinoly scoops £60m Manchester job

26 January 2015

Project follows Jestico & Whiles’ scheme

Mikyoung Kim Design's Crown Sky Gardens - Integrating gardens as an essential feature not an additional luxury

Why designing 'tree views' into your hospital is so important

26 January 2015

Designer, writer and television presenter Oliver Heath digs through the research to demonstrate how biophilic design can improve lives and save money for healthcare clients

Islington house Autor

The one-storey building refused planning because it is too high

23 January 2015

Appeal lodged over Islington’s decision to boot out award-winning scheme

Walkie Talkie - the Fenchurch balcony with solar panels visible

Gallery: The view from the Walkie Talkie

23 January 2015

BD has lunch in the Sky Garden

Clifford's Tower, York

Hugh Broughton lands York tower project

23 January 2015

Project will improve facilities at medieval remnant of York castle

The One World Trade Center in New York opened for business earlier this week. The $3.8bn (£2.4bn) building is built on the site of the twin towers of the previous World Trade Center, which were destroyed in the 9/11 attacks in 2001. The SOM designed  104-

US billings recover

23 January 2015

AIA index rises for tenth consecutive month

WA100 2015

WA100 2015: Specialism tables

23 January 2015

The top architectural firms in each specialism ranked by fee income

Hazelhurst Court by Levitt Bernstein

Green light for Levitt Bernstein housing

23 January 2015

Lewisham approves flats with sliding walls

barbour report logo

Barbour ABI's January market review is out now

22 January 2015

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

James Maddock

Space: The final frontier

22 January 2015

Our understanding of the kinds of workspaces employees require is changing and this will result in offices that are more flexible and responsive to the varied needs of their occupiers, says DTZ’s James Maddock

River Cafe 'set to stay' when RSHP moves to Cheesegrater

22 January 2015 | Updated: 23 January 2015

Developer ‘wants to keep’ Michelin-starred restaurant originally set up as staff canteen

ARB logo

Architects shell out £44k to get back on Arb register

22 January 2015

Around 800 of the 1,800 booted off have applied to be reinstated

Osbourne crane

Dole figure drops again

22 January 2015

The number of architects on the dole is heading towards the pre-recession low of 140.

Hopkins 100 Liverpool Street

Hopkins' City office makeover in for planning

22 January 2015

Work involves overhauling 100 Liverpool Street building

Luke Him Sau book cover

Book Club review: Luke Him Sau, Architect: China's Missing Modern

22 January 2015

Zac Carey reviews Edward Denison’s new book on the AA-trained Chinese architect

Salford housing Leach Rhodes Walker Architects

Salford housing gets OK

22 January 2015

Leach Rhodes Walker Architects scheme to start this summer

Kengo Kuma's revised V&A Dundee design

Council promises inquiry into V&A Dundee budget fiasco

21 January 2015

New cost has grown by more than three-quarters its original estimate

Gatwick Farrells

Local authority drops backing for Farrell's Gatwick plan

21 January 2015

Local authority reverses earlier decision to support expansion

Kevin McCloud

RIBA competition for Grand Designs event

21 January 2015

Initial deadline is January 28

The Royal Acadamy of Engineering, Carlton House Terrace, St James's

Wright & Wright wins Royal Academy of Engineering competition

21 January 2015

Enterprise hub will span two buildings in Carlton House Terrace

British pavilion, Milan

Milan's British pavilion promises to be the Queen Bee

21 January 2015

Much of the site of this year’s British pavilion in Milan will evoke the spirit of British landscapes. But its crowning achievement will be a gigantic recreation of a beehive, reports Ike Ijeh

Steven Holl Museum of Fine Arts in Houston

Holl has lift off for Houston museum

21 January 2015

Work will finish in 2019

Jean Nouvel and the Philharmonie de Paris

Jean Nouvel blames chief exec for concert hall no-show

20 January 2015

Architect defends decision to boycott opening of his own building which led critics to call him a ‘spoilt-star artist’

Countryside: Safe from harm?

Wolfson Prize winner’s frustration at Garden City ‘impasse’

20 January 2015

Urbed’s David Rudlin hits out at councils’ response to his winning idea

Paradise City Hawkins Brown

Hawkins Brown unveils South Korea culture scheme

20 January 2015

Overseas jobs will bring in £1.5m this year

Assael Creekside East index

Assael homes in for planning

20 January 2015

Scheme is aimed at family rented market

Schiphol Airport Amsterdam

Dominic Papa's Inspiration: Schiphol Airport

20 January 2015

S333 founder praises the clarity and logic of Schiphol Airport’s transparent design

Barts Square

Sheppard Robson's Barts Square gets funding tonic

20 January 2015

Developer secures £165m to kickstart construction

Design for the Garden Bridge

T-shirts, pens and food to pay for Garden Bridge’s upkeep

19 January 2015

Trust says it can raise £3.5m maintenance bill itself

Save visualisation of Welsh Streets as they could look if retained

Pickles overrules planning inspector to save Welsh Streets

19 January 2015

Save Britain’s Heritage president hails ‘triple triumph’

RSHP temporary homes Lewisham

RSHP unveils scheme to beat London council's housing shortage

19 January 2015

Lewisham council wants temporary homes block to be used across the borough

Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands' Dukes Lodge scheme for Christian Candy - Holland Park view south

Lifschutz's Candy flats are victim of new mega-basement ban

19 January 2015

Holland Park development also rejected on architectural grounds

Taichung International Convention and Exhibition Center in Taiwan is scheduled to complete in 2017

WA100 2015: Market sector tables

19 January 2015

The top architecture practices in each market sector ranked by fee income

Andrew Griffiths

Architect killed in M1 hard shoulder crash

19 January 2015

Colleagues pay tribute to Andrew Griffiths

Squire & Partners' proposal for the Odeon on High Street Kensington

Squire & Partners' Odeon redevelopment thrown out

16 January 2015 | Updated: 16 January 2015

Opponents got Benedict Cumberbatch to back their case

Richard Rogers

Richard Rogers joins Pritzker jury

16 January 2015

Peter Palumbo praises 2007 winner

Hearst Tower New York by Foster and Partners

Video: Norman Foster leads a drone tour of the Hearst Tower Video

16 January 2015 | Updated: 16 January 2015

Architect suggests 10-year-old project is among his favourites

HOK sets up new sports arm

16 January 2015

Move follows last year’s acquisition of US stadium designer

House on a Hillside, Wyhlen by Gian Salis

House on a Hillside, Wyhlen by Gian Salis

16 January 2015

Hugh Strange explores how architect Gian Salis not only navigated his way around a building on a steep incline, but made it a complementing feature of this concrete-framed house

Central Asia: Morphogenesis reconstructed the exterior of the Delhi Art Gallery in Mumbai.

WA100 2015: Regional tables

16 January 2015

The top architectural firms in each global region ranked by fee income

Atherden Road, Lower Clapton - model by Hugh Strange Architects

Hugh Strange wins planning for residential rebuild

16 January 2015

Two-storey house to be entirely remodelled

No 1 Undershaft

Avery Associates unveils City tower next to Cheesegrater

15 January 2015

At 270m, building will be taller than famous neighbour

Graeme Massie Architects - Birmingham Centenary Square

Jury hails 'Birmingham practices' on city square shortlist

15 January 2015

Broadway Malyan and Atkins’ Midlands offices among five finalists

Tottenham Court Road tube station Hawkins Brown

Hawkins Brown racks up bumper year

15 January 2015

Turnover and profit balloon in 2014


Allies & Morrison lands Oman masterplan work

15 January 2015

Work involves expanding the capital Muscat

Jubilee Line Extension

Not on the money: Over-budget projects

15 January 2015

When finally completed last autumn, New York’s One World Trade Center clocked in at a total expense of £2.5bn, making it not only the most expensive skyscraper of all time, but also costing eight times its original budget. But is it the most over-budget project ever to be built? Ike Ijeh takes a look

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