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Building Design | News | 10 February 2010
HTA and Alison Brooks Architects are part of a team picked to regenerate a rundown housing estate in west London.
Building Design | News | 24 September 2009
Robert AM Stern Architects has dropped out of the competition to design a new masterplan for the troubled Chelsea Barracks development in London.
Alison Brooks Architects has won her biggest project yet – a major RIBA competition to masterplan the redevelopment of Northampton University over the next 20 years.
Building Design | News | 20 July 2009
Devon practice Harrison Sutton Partnership has been crowned overall winner at the Housing Design Awards for a scheme in Totnes.
Building Design | News | 12 June 2009
38 schemes shortlisted for Housing Design Awards, but organisers say entries are down by 30%
Building Design | News | 21 May 2009
Allies & Morrison and Niall McLaughlin Architects are the big winners in this year’s RIBA Awards, collecting four prizes each for architectural excellence.
Building Design | News | 7 May 2009
Rogers, Hadid and MVRDV among 150 vying to design new Glasgow School of Art building
Building Design | Opinion | 13 March 2009
I wonder if the Quarterhouse arts venue (Works February 27) has had an access audit undertaken?
Building Design | Multimedia | 06 March 2009
Take a video tour around Alison Brooks Architects’ new Folkestone performing arts venue and studio place.
Building Design | Building Studies | 27 February 2009
Quarterhouse, a performing arts venue and studio space in Folkestone, Kent, by Alison Brooks Architects’ is the advance guard of the town’s rebirth
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Peter Barber’s extension to ET Hall’s Arts and Crafts offices
Long & Kentish's grade II-listed artists studios on a St Ives beach
BD's agony uncle helps an architect cope with a noisy office
Ralph Erskine’s pioneering Byker estate in Newcastle
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