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Building Design | News | 29 April 2010
Work has begun on a £27 million mental health facility in Dumfries by Archial Architects.
Building Design | News | 16 March 2010
Heatherwick Studio, DRMM, Foreign Office Architects, AHMM and Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners were among the practices honoured in this year’s Civic Trust Awards.
Building Design | News | 23 November 2009
Archial Architects' Small Animal Hospital for Glasgow University has won the UK's richest architecture prize.
Building Design | News | 6 November 2009
Eleven projects have been shortlisted from 28 entries for British architecture’s richest prize, the Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award.
Building Design | News | 5 August 2009
Archial says deal is good for both sides with Stirling Prize winner still a consultant
Building Design | News | 12 June 2009
Archial Architects has designed a new low-carbon three-bedroom home for the BRE Innovation Campus in Watford
Building Design | News | 22 May 2009
Archial Architects is to design a National Curling Academy in Kinross, Scotland
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 | 12 December 2008
Architectural giant SMC is changing its name to Archial Group in a major restructuring which will see Will Alsop’s subsidiary operate as a separate brand
Building Design | News | 8 December 2008
Architectural giant SMC is to change its name to Archial Group and has cut its workforce by 10%, in a major restructuring.
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Dexter Moren and Archer Humphryes' refurbishment
Is the RIBA doing enough for small practices?
Toynbee Street housing by Matthew Lloyd Architects
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