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Building Design | News | 7 May 2010
Plans for two major Oxford University buildings look set to win planning consent next week, despite heated objection from conservation groups and questions over their funding status
Building Design | News | 27 April 2010
Bennetts Associates’ first project outside the UK, the City Inn Amsterdam, has been topped out.
Building Design | News | 23 April 2010
Alsop and all three Fat directors among those hit by volcano ash cloud
Building Design | News | 16 April 2010
Gareth Hoskins, Ewan Anderson, Gordon Murray and Keith Brownlie are among the 28 architects, engineers and planners on Architecture & Design Scotland’s new design review panel.
Building Design | News | 13 April 2010
Bennetts Associates has been given planning permission for a major new redevelopment in central London including a landmark 10,000sq m building on the key gateway into the West End.
Building Design | News | 30 March 2010
Bennetts Associates’ proposal to re-locate 5,000 civil servants outside of London has been boosted by a new independent report.
Building Design | News | 19 March 2010
The recession is draining funds from the Architects Benevolent Society, as the charity prepares to reorganise its investments
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 | 4 March 2010
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London has launched its second architectural competition in less than a month, seeking expressions of interest for a £21 million cladding project.
Building Design | News | 25 February 2010
Bennetts Associates has completed work on the £13.8 million 6,500 sq m Suttie centre for Training and Healthcare at the University of Aberdeen Foresterhill Campus.
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