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Tuesday23 September 2014

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Scott Sutherland School Degree Show

Student shows 2014: Scott Sutherland School

18 June 2014

BD continues its series on this year’s student shows with Scott Sutherland School

Unit2 Alfredo Caraballo and Karin Templin: Angeliki Loutsiou - Library View of Ruin Space, Verona

Student shows 2014: Kingston University

13 June 2014

BD continues its series celebrating young architectural talent from around the UK

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RIBA headquarters, 66 Portland Place

RIBA launches student awards

12 June 2014

Presentations in December

Architecture student summer shows 2014: Bath University

Student shows 2014: University of Bath

10 June 2014

BD continues its celebration of Britain’s most talented architecture students

Architecture Student Shows 2014: Oxford Brookes University

Student shows 2014: Oxford Brookes University

6 June 2014

Today BD launches a week-long celebration of the nation’s end-of-year shows

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Polyark III students

Part II students vie for £5,000 scholarships

4 March 2014

Entries open until May

Jagiellonian University Medicum by Broadway Malyan, Krakow

Student towers win for Broadway Malyan’s Warsaw outpost

11 November 2013

Practice to refurbish three Soviet-era blocks for Krakow University

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Architecture Student Shows 2014: Greenwich University

Student shows 2014: Greenwich University

9 June 2014

BD’s showcase of Britain’s most talented architecture students continues

Sleep student hotel design competition: the site

Student hotel design competition announced

22 April 2014

Winning entries will be displayed at Sleep in November

RIBA Council considers end of parts I, II and III

RIBA Council considers end of Part 1, 2 and 3

6 December 2013

Instead students could choose between a 5+0 integrated award or a 4+2 route to architecture qualification

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Basil Spence's University of Sussex

Whatever happened to student housing?

7 November 2013

With university accommodation now defined by the developers’ desire to cram students in as densely as possible, high-quality design may be too much to ask, says Owen Hatherley

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